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    Default IP Chains/IP Tables

    Sorry to bother you guys with this question. I am looking for a good web reference on IP Chains/IP Tables. I always like to have a couple of things going at once, and while I am studying 290, would also like to get a little more familar with PIX. I already know ISA and am really not going to focus that much time on Checkpoint, but I heard with PIX, along with other nix based firewalls, as long as you can get a grip on IP Chains/IP tables, you should be very comfortable.

    thanks in advance.
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    If you want to kow PIX I suggest readin the product documentation of it at cisco.com. But for info on IP Chains and IP tables you should probably use Linux docs/sites. Google should give you a ton of matches...
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