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- netcontinuum ... for ssl off-loading?
January 28, 2006, 12:12 am
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pix -- web server -- netscreen -- app server -- ip tables -- database server
and am considering retiring the ip-tables, moving the pix to that space,and
using netcontinuum at the perimeter mainly for their ability to provide a
complete proxy service for the web front-end even to the point of
terminating ssl ... allowing the first line of ids's to see what's going on.
Comments / experiences would be appreciated.
Re: netcontinuum ... for ssl off-loading?
From looking at there diagram at this link
http://www.netcontinuum.com/docLibrary/get.cfm?n=70 I think I would
still want to protect my server and other devices that are behind the
Perimter with another application layer Firewall. I.E.
SidewinderG2--- netcontinuum -- Webserver -- Pix-- Database server
You can put the webserver in its own DMZ and still protect all of your
other clients on another interface.
Might be a little over kill, depending on how important your data is.
Just my .02 cents
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