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Tipping Point x505 vs CISCO

Posted on 2006-05-04
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Last Modified: 2013-11-16
My company is lloking for an all-in-one security solution. We need also VPN capability, Anti Virus, Anti Spamming, Content Filtering, NAT support, basic roouting.

This is a three-fold question.
1) What CISCO solution is comparable in functionality to the Tipping Point X505?
2) Once a CISCO solution is chosen, how do they compare? Advantages/Disadvantages of each?
3) Which one would you recommend?

I am going to award this points to the person who selects the best functionality match and better describes the two pieces of equipment and compares them.

Benicio Sanchez
Question by:benicio
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Tim Holman earned 1000 total points
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A low end Cisco ASA appliance would be comparable.  
There's no such thing as an all-in-one security solution... ;)
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by:Tim Holman
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Are C's the standard grading for cleanup answers now?
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Well, I suppose benicio gave you the mark for your answer.

I cannot close any question...


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There was no option to give no grade, I graded the answer I received to my question. I would like to know how are cleanup questions generally graded.

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