Great Circle Associates Firewalls
(September 1995)

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Subject: Re: Frame-Relay Net Connections
From: "Frank K. Senter" <fsenter @ mail . state . mo . us>
Date: Tue, 5 Sep 1995 09:06:49 -0500 (CDT)
To: Paul Ferguson <paul @ hawksbill . sprintmrn . com>
Cc: Mike Culver-Support <mculver @ ncelec . com>, firewalls @ greatcircle . com
In-reply-to: <9509032216 . AA20292 @ hawksbill . sprintmrn . com>

I don't think Mike's original question was understood:  He wants to build 
a bastion-host firewall, possibly at his headquarters location.  His 
problem is that he has one frame relay interface at this site, multiple 
PVCs of which most go to other company sites, and one PVC built to 
communicate with the public Internet.  Because all of these logical 
circuits are bundled on one physical cable, its kind of difficult for 
Mike to plug his bastion host in the middle.  The question didn't relate 
to the security level of frame relay--just how the heck do you plugumitz 

Mike, I think you are going to have to break down and purchase an 
additional router interface--perhaps even another router if you want a 
firewall with two routers and a DMZ between them.

Frank Senter
Senior Information Specialist
Missouri Highway and Transportation Department
P.O. Box 270
Jefferson City MO 65102

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