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DevourU

@sbcglobal.net

UTM needed with T1

I am finding that having a UTM network appliance with a T1 router is not easily done. I will switch T1 provider for UTM capability if needed. What friggin T1 router will act as UTM or work with a UTM network appliance? TIA!

I have Covad T1 with Netopia router.

-JS


tschmidt
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join:2000-11-12
Milford, NH
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I assume by UTM you mean unified thread management device.

Would help to know what problem you are having. Physical connection to the Internet should be irrelevant to LAN side device.

/tom


DevourU

@sbcglobal.net
You are correct on the UTM definition. I cannot bridge the T1 router. I have searched all over for a T1 router with UTM, or a UTM appliance to work with a router without success. I am puzzled.

-JS


Anav
Sarcastic Llama? Naw, Just Acerbic
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Dartmouth, NS
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Not sure but arent most T1s connected to a router via some type of modem device. In other words a T1 Router or Modem is mostly used to convert the signal to one a NORMAL router can use LOL. Then there would be a plethora of appliances you can choose from!