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Redundant Firewalls with OpenBSD

Posted: March 31st, 2004 | Author: | Filed under: *BSD | Comments Off

Via Slashdot BSD, Ryan McBride explains the new redundancy features in OpenBSD 3.5.  The article explains why redundant firewalls are good, goes through a real world scenario, and gives examples of how to set up a redundant firewall system using OpenBSD 3.5.  The release of 3.5 is just around the corner.  Also check out the release song for 3.5 and hear why the invented a new protocol from scratch to accomplish redundancy.


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