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Any Reference webside for beginner?

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Hi all,

I am just a beginner of the firewall, can someone recommend some webside or knowledge base this kind of things to me as my entry point / reference into this sophisticated field.

Thanks in advance.

regards,
AlexKhaw
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Tutorials : Firewall

Internet Firewall Tutorial
A White Paper
July 2002
 
What a firewall does

http://www.rpanetwork.co.uk/wp/fw.rhtm


How to Configure Windows XP to Work with IRC
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15 Easy Steps to a Fully Functional Firewall and IRC Client Under Windows XP

http://newircusers.com/xp.html



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