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Cisco PIX

(Cisco Private Internet EXchange) A family of network firewalls from Cisco. The stand-alone devices were superseded by Cisco's ASA line, but also incorporated into Cisco's switches and routers. See Cisco ASA and Cisco FWSM.
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0, this guide describes the different models of the Cisco PIX firewall, firewall operations, the new adaptive security device manager, and the modular policy framework.
Cisco PIX Firewall and ASA Handbook however, goes well beyond these topics.
2 with Windows 2003, Red Hat Linux, and Cisco PIX Firewall integration.
After evaluating network-security options from several vendors, ITN implemented Cisco PIX firewall solutions for its Department of Health upgrade project.
The new Red Hat Linux version is designed to integrate with many popular caching and firewall devices, including the Cisco Content Engine, Cisco PIX Firewall, Novell BorderManager, SonicWALL, Stratacache and 3Com SuperStack.
New device coverage for Cisco PIX Firewall version 7 and Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) gear.
The District utilized Cisco PIX Firewall at the Education Center to ensure acceptable use of the
With the addition of the Cisco PIX Firewall device, SmartPipes gives enterprises the flexibility to configure and deploy VPNs that best suit their business needs.
Cisco PIX firewall hardware and software solutions provide full firewall protection and IP Security (IPSec) VPN capabilities, protecting the internal network from outside intrusions.
As a result of extensive Security and VPN Interoperability Testing of eIQnetworks' Network Security Analyzer (NSA) with Cisco PIX Firewall, Cisco IOS routers, Switches, Cisco VPN Concentrator and Cisco IDS/IPS, NSA is confirmed compatible with Cisco networked devices, a mandatory requirement for eligibility in the Cisco Technology Developer Partner program.
Firewall log collection and reporting - InTrust now collects audit data from Checkpoint Firewall-1 and the Cisco PIX Firewall.

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