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Re: What price security?

At 11:45 AM 6/20/97 -0400, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
>Of course, one of the advantages of the Internet architecture is that
>routers generally aren't communications endpoints (they are, but only
>for a tiny amount of management traffic) so they generally aren't
>going to be doing much encryption. It is only endpoint hosts with
>gigabit speed networks that need to worry, and those are (currently)
>rare, and probably by the time they are common processors will be
>substantially faster.

For many the router is the gateway.  Talk to Cisco and Ascend on that.  And
also look at Redcreek.

Robert Moskowitz
Chrysler Corporation
(810) 758-8212

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