Fire/Anti Virus

Microsoft Windows server 2003
April 13, 2010 at 12:15:06
Specs: Windows 2003
I have Server 2003 computer that is set up to be a DHCP,Domain,DNS and File Server. I don't have the DHCP server set up yet because I need to get another Ethernet wire. I know you can set up a NAT which comes with a basic firewall which is just for ports really.

Anyway I want to know is there anything out there that is better then the basic NAT firewall? Also since all the network info and downloads and stuff have to travel through the DHCP server is there a anti-virus that can catch the viruses in the DHCP server before they reach the computer that is downloading the info.


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April 13, 2010 at 12:42:17
traffic does not go thru a dhcp server.
might want to google dhcp server so you understand it as a set function and nothing else.

if you are serious about a business network you need a firewall router directly connected to the internet.

Sonicwall is my fav but there are others


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