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Old 3rd August 2010
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Default Can anybody recommend a book for learning how to work with OpenBSD firewalls?

I have no experience with OpenBSD firewalls and am now in a position where I'll need to be supporting them. If anybody can point me to a good book (or website) that will teach me from a very basic level I would appreciate it.

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