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September 2nd, 2003
PIX Failover

One important feature of the PIX is failover. It has a proprietary failover mechanism that can work over a special serial cable or over a switched LAN. The state information can also be copied with the stateful failover feature. What makes the PIX an attractive proposition, when compared to other choices, is Cisco's policy of supplying the failover PIX at a third of the price of the primary, thus making failover a very economical solution.

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A Tutorial excerpt from PIX Firewall Configuration by Mike Connelly

Introducing the Field Certified Professionals Association (FCPA)

James Ellithorpe is the author of the new Installing Windows Study Guide geared toward MCSE/FCSE Certification. In this article, he explains the purpose of and philosopy behind the FCPA Field Certifications, including FCSE.

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By James Ellithorpe

Interview with the Author - Galina Pildush

Galina is a CCIE who authored the Layer 3 VPNs Tutorial, Study Quiz, and Lab Exercise that debuted at the Zone on August 1, 2003. In this week's interview, Galina discusses the importance of understanding L3VPNs and why L3VPN offerings can be a great business opportunity for ISPs.

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