Difference Between Hardware And Software Firewall?

Jul 14, 2011

what is difference between hardware & software firewall

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Cisco Firewall :: 2911 Difference Between The Firewall Areas

Oct 4, 2011

I recently inherited a Cisco 2911, that appears to have had Firewall rules imported into Externally Defined Rules. ACL's are currently allowing/disallowing traffic. However, there are no firewall rules configured. To meet compliance we need to have Packet Lavel Inspection (Firewalled) rules. There are two areas in the router, under ACL area, and under Security. What is the difference between these two Firewall areas?Are both areas providing packet level inspection?Can I build Firewall rules (within the Security area) to replace the ACL's?

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Cisco Firewall :: Difference Between ASA 825 And 841

May 25, 2011

I am building 20 pairs of failover firewalls for work and I was wondering from the users of the new code 8.3 - 8.4 if there are anything to watch out for.  I know NAT changes from 8.2x to the newer 8.3 - 8.4 lines but would like to hear about real world thoughts on it.
I am working on my CCIE-Security on the side and right now the lab uses 8.2 but I am a good 6 to 9 months out, so I wonder if there will be a change in the lab to 8.3 before I try to go take it, what code to load and use on the production boxes.

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Cisco Firewall :: Difference Between ASA-SM1 And FWSM

Apr 1, 2013

Can any1 tell me wat is the difference between ASA-SM1 and FWSM.

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Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5510 - Difference Between 8.4.3.ED And 8.4.3 Interim

May 31, 2012

What is the difference between 8.4.3.ED and 8.4.3 interim? I need to upgrade my ASA 5510 from 8.4.3

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Cisco Firewall :: 5520 - Difference Between ASA And Software FW

Sep 26, 2011

I have ISA server 2006 sp1 and i can install many good software to management of network like gfi web Mon, soft perfect bandwidth manager and many more.
And I have an ASA 5520 AIP-SSM module so what security management Asa can give and what security feature it has and also so I will convert my network firewall from MS ISA to CISCO ASA.

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Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5520 Difference Between Access Rules And ACL / ACE?

Nov 2, 2011

We are moving from a different vendor to ASA 5520s. So far my "training" for Cisco consists of s  Cisco press book, some white papers and guides, this website, and a bunch of mistakes. So, I have what is probably a pretty basic question for most folks.
What is the difference between Firewall Access Rules and ACL/ACE? And when to use which?
for example: on my ASA 5520s I've set up an Interface for my internal LAN: 172.16.x.x., a DMZ, and an interface for the Internet side. The 5520 is set up as a routing firewall betwen my internal lan, DMZ, and Internet.
If I want to allow my internal users Internet access for http and https would I use a Firewall Access rule?For most of my rules allowing outbound access from my 172 LAN and DMZ and inbound access to devices in my DMZ can I mostly utilize the Firewall Access Rules?

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Cisco Firewall :: ASA 5510 - Difference Between CSC-10-PLUS And Security Plus License

Mar 3, 2011

I have ASA 5510. Is there any difference between CSC-10-PLUS license and Security Plus License...

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Router Or Hardware Firewall Makes Any Difference On Internet Speed?

Sep 8, 2011

do you think there would be a visible (or negligible) difference in internet speed if I used a hardware firewall as opposed to the router's inbuilt firewall?So assuming that all switches/ports were Gigabit Ethernet compatible (including the firewall itself), would it be a better idea to turn off the router/modem's firewall and use the hardware firewall, or would it be best to just stick with the router firewall?The reasoning behind this is that I'm not a big fan of Netgear... or their firewall system. After recent DDoS attacks (and IP address changes), I've decided to put a computer that was lying around to good use - Use it as a (Linux) firewall. iptables, here we come. - Yes, the Netgear router (CVG824G) has died a few times. Probably going to get upgraded to a NG CG3000, which uses (more or less) the same firewall system, I assume.

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Cisco Firewall :: Difference Of VPN Plus License And Security Plus License ASA 5520

Oct 16, 2012

What's the difference between VPN Plus license and Security Plus license. I have new 5520 shipped with VPN Plus license.Also does it require a seperate license for Anyconnect for Mobile and AnyConnect Essentials.

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Cisco Firewall :: Difference ASA5510-BUN-K9 And ASA5510-Sec-Bun-K9

Jun 6, 2012

ASA 5510 have two model Bun-K9 and Sec-Bun-K9 from the datasheet find out difference Port related and Redundancy. My questions is : Have any major difference for Security service between two model ?

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The Key Difference Between PPP And IP?

Nov 15, 2011

why PPP is being used for data transmission and why IP is being used for Video ?

Cant we send video on PPP ? what problem we would face in this case ?

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3g Stands For / Difference From 1g And 2g

Jul 27, 2012

I want to make a career in networking.What does 3g stand for.is it different from 1G or 2g except that the speed is higher than the above two.And nowdays the USB modems that come out say 3g and also there are two kinds of speed 3.6Mbps and 7.2 Mbps.How come such a huge difference under the same kind of connection standard .And when 3g came out there was lot of hype.

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Difference Between Localhost And 192.168.xxx.xx?

Jun 23, 2012

When I start a web browser based application with a URL beginning with the 192 IP address. it runs as it should including the script dbscript.php which executes a MySQL commit unit.However when I start the application with the same URL but beginning instead with "localhost", it fails during the commit unit. It puts a blank screen up (rather than a Succesful or Failed commit screen) and leaves an error message in the Apache error_log indicating a problem with dbscript.php (which does the commit).I assume the 192 IP address is that of my modem. I assume that because the application will not start with the 192 URL if the modem is switched off. The application will start whether the modem is on or off if the URL begins with "localhost".I have checked all hosts files that are on the system and see nothing amiss there -- they are all defaults and no changes have been made by me.


Mac OS X v. 10.6.8
Apache v. 2.2.21
PHP v. 5.3.8
MySql v. 5.1.39

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Difference Between NAS And RAID?

Feb 7, 2011

difference between NAS and RAID

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D-Link DIR-655 :: Difference Between WISH And QOS?

Sep 16, 2011

Just like the topic says i am wondering what is the difference between QOS and WISH on this router, as far i can tell they are both for traffic shaping but surely there must be a difference.Also will either allow for entire IP's/connections be prioritized over others or just specific applications?

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D-Link DIR-655 :: Difference Between PF / QOS And AR

Jul 27, 2012

First, I am lost between the differences between Port Forwarding, QoS and Application Rules...5 PC's online at same time playing Diablo 3. All lag terribly, and I see posts saying to setup QoS, then another says port foward, then another says setup application rules. I want any PC running D3 to have top priority and max bandwidth...If I try to set QoS, it has Protocol and Remote Port Ranges which I don't know what to put where.If I try to Port Forward, it only wants to let me use one IP address for the ports needed, plus I don't understand the difference between TCP and UDP settings.If I try Application Rules, it asks for a firewall port, which I don't know what to enter.Diablo 3 uses ports 80, 1119, and 6881-6999 I have Rev A2 with 1.21 Firmware and all my machines are on Win7. Should I upgrade firmware? If so, which one?

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Cisco WAN :: Difference Between A9K-RSP-4G And A9K-RSP-8G?

Oct 2, 2011

Any difference between A9K-RSP-4G and A9K-RSP-8G?  What is the usage for additional 4GB memory?

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Difference Between DOCSIS 3.0 And 2.0?

Mar 9, 2012

if my internet carrier supports both, why should I spend a little more to get a cable modem that has DOCSIS 3.0 support? What's the benefit over DOCSIS 2.0 (or 1.0)?

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Cisco WAN :: Difference Between 881-SEC-K9 And 881-K9?

Dec 15, 2010

I need to set up a VPN connection between two branch offices and the main office (three nodes)From the specs it looks like CISCO881-K9 can do the job. What is the main difference between CISCO881-SEC-K9 and CISCO881-K9?Is Avanced IP security feature set required?

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Difference Between 10Base-T And 10 Base-Tx?

Jul 28, 2011

what iz the difference between 10Base-T and 10 Base-Tx?

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Difference Between Local Login And RDP

Oct 11, 2011

I have a weird issue I have never seen before and am trying to get some answers. I setup a laptop for one of our employees who works out in the field. We typically login to the machine while on the network with a domain account. This is so the password gets cached and they can login to the machine once they receive it. I sent a laptop to this one guy (who is rather tech savvy-so I know it is not user error) and he could not login to the laptop using his network credentials. I was able to get him on his home network using his router, and I RDP'ed into the machine. When I was remotely connected, I was able to login to the PC with no problem. However, after I disconnected, he tried to login also and it kept telling him that the domain was not available? It wasn't even an "invalid password or login" error.I ended up creating another local account on the machine so he could work, but I am stumped as to why he could not login locally, but I could using RDP.

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What Is The Difference Between Baseband And Broadband

Mar 12, 2011

i am a little confuse on this..what is the difference between a broadband and a baseband technically speaking???

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Difference Between Sizes Of Network

Jul 16, 2011

I am wondering what the difference in size of small, medium , large business network would be?Like say is 0 - 50 computers a small network 100 - 1000 a medium size network 1000 > a large network ?cOr are their other factors one most consider?

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The Difference Between ASDL And Ethernet

Jun 15, 2011

I am buying a new wireless router for my home, and in the tech specs it tells me the router has Ethernet ports. If I only have internet through an asdl port will I still be able to buy the router and use it via ASDL?

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Difference Between FTTH And FTTB?

Jun 8, 2011

My daughters want a web cam for their room. I would like to be able to check on whats going on. We have a Linksys wireless router for the home. Is there software/hardware availible to allow monitoring the web cam traffic from our main computer.

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Cisco :: What Is Difference Between SDN And Openflow

May 30, 2012

I gather that Openflow is a type of SDN, but can't find out the differences between the definitions of the two.

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What Is The Difference Between Netgear Wndr3700v1 And V2

Apr 18, 2011

What is the difference between Netgear wndr3700v1 and v2

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What Is The Difference Between FTTH And FTTB

Aug 20, 2011

I mean what are the benefits of using FTTH (fiber-to-the-home) instead of FTTB (fiber-to-the-building)? i.e. does it give better speeds, latency, etc...

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Difference Between Network And Internet

Nov 29, 2012

I keep having pop-ups from my McAfee informing me that an unknown device is attempting or has connected to my network which I don't understand as my wireless router is encrypted with a password. My neighbours aren't likely to be technical enough to break this and the signal isn't exactly strong anyway so is unlikely to reach much further outside, that being said I always mark them as intruders. Now I continuosly get pop ups saying "a device you marked as introduer has connected to your network. Mcafee has blocked the device from accessing your pc". or words to that effect. what's the difference between this 'network' and my internet? I don't really understand what it's saying, I haven't set up any network that I know of... none of my computers are 'linked' so to speak.

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Difference Between AP / Client And Repeater

Nov 20, 2012

What is the difference between AP, Client and Repeater. There is a switch on the back of my Access Point and I just wanted a little bit of knowledge of what they are and what are the best situation I would use them in?

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Difference Between LAN And Ethernet Cable

Jul 4, 2012

I would like to know what is the difference between LAN cable and ethernet cable? Is both cable is same? can we use CAT 6 and CAT 5 cable as LAN CABLE?

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Difference Between Cat6a And Cat6+?

May 10, 2011

i want to know what is exactly the difference between cat6a and cat6+??

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