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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 The stand-alone devices were superseded by Cisco's ASA line, but also incorporated into Cisco's switches and routers.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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For Shawn Solomon, senior network engineer, and his colleagues working on ITN, the decision to implement Cisco PIX firewalls was not merely a question of price and performance.
For the hardware concerns Cisco PIX (firewall/Internet security system) was recommended.
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.
For data security, the first line of defense includes perimeter security at the data centers, as well as the use of Cisco PIX firewalls and ACL routing protocols.
To attend a Cisco SAFE Implementation course, individuals must have a valid CCNA(R) certification or equivalent knowledge and have a valid Cisco Security Specialist 1 certification or at least six months practical experience configuring Cisco routers, Cisco PIX firewalls, Cisco VPN concentrators, and Cisco IDS sensors.
BellSouth's support of Cisco PIX firewalls includes the 515 and 525 platforms, and extends the same level of quality to managing Cisco PIX as it now offers for firewalls utilizing CheckPoint software.
Cisco routers, Cisco PIX; Cisco Systems, Inc., San Jose, CA, (800) 553-NETS, www.cisco.com
The Fortinet solution, implemented by Bahwan IT, replaced the previous Cisco PIX one and currently secures 600 users over multiple sites, the company said.
This study aid for the Cisco securing networks with PIX and ASA (SNPA) certification exam 642-522 reviews the installation and configuration of Cisco PIX 500 series security appliances and Cisco ASA 5500 series adaptive security appliances in different environments.

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