By James Eaton-Lee, Barrie Dempster
This e-book is an easy-to-read consultant to utilizing IPCop in a number of various roles in the community. The booklet is written in a really pleasant variety that makes this complicated subject effortless and a pleasure to learn. It first covers easy IPCop innovations, then strikes to introduce easy IPCop configurations, prior to overlaying complicated makes use of of IPCop. This ebook is for either skilled and new IPCop clients. an individual attracted to securing their networks with IPCop - from these new to networking and firewalls, to networking and IT execs with prior event of IPCop. No wisdom of Linux or IPCop is needed.
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