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    Has sieve been hacked?

    Has sieve's sourceforge page been hacked???? or is this normal for them?


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    it looks like some1s tried to embed links in the page for better hits but messed it up as theres random <link n <http bits in the middle

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    really inspires confidence in their firewall!

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    enless they are getting money for the extra websites but normally have them hidden and just messed it up

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    why don't you just use the ISA as a firewall? or does it do something else aswell?

    toby

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    why don't you just use the ISA as a firewall? or does it do something else aswell?

    toby

    because then i'll be doing double nat, which i hate,

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxide54 View Post
    your well off topic,

    it hooks it the website and allows the teachers to block the students account via the custom asp stuff i wrote, and allows me to block websites on a per user/group basis which I can't do with atomwide unless i give the money grabbing *&^%&* more money.

    + it caches the google logo.
    yeah i didn't really look at the product as it had lots of random links to all sorts of webpages on the screen! just saw the word firewall!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    yeah i didn't really look at the product as it had lots of random links to all sorts of webpages on the screen! just saw the word firewall!!
    i've been packaging applications for hours, i forgot the context of the post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    yeah i didn't really look at the product as it had lots of random links to all sorts of webpages on the screen! just saw the word firewall!!
    it really is late,


    my first reply is what the isa server does. i want to leave it doing that.

    then use a bridging firewall so i can keep the west sussex ip ranges assigned to the machines and not do double nat.

    i hope that makes sense,

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    Quote Originally Posted by oxide54 View Post
    it really is late,


    my first reply is what the isa server does. i want to leave it doing that.

    then use a bridging firewall so i can keep the west sussex ip ranges assigned to the machines and not do double nat.

    i hope that makes sense,
    almost by double nat what do you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    almost by double nat what do you mean?
    isa will do nat, to convert 192.168.0.1 to 172.xxx.xxx.xxx then atomwide will do nat to convert 172.xxx.xxx.xxx to 91.87.xxx.xxx

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    i thort u used all the atomwide addresses or did u change it?
    I now have it set up here that the machines 192.168.x.x address goes out through squid proxy onto the proxy that atomwide have using the isa box just as a gateway and incoming nat translator for vpn connections and also protects exchange and my newly to be published web-server.

    Toby

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