If I understand what you are stating is that the filtering which I
have described could work for dial-up users, but not for customers
which have a dedicated "leased" line into the network. You state that
this is not possible due to the CPU overhead that the filtering of
each packet creates.
Out of curiosity, what would the CPU usage be on a typical router
in your installation??? Also, do we know what the overhead is for a
single filter at the ingress on a router such as a Cisco???
Pat R. Calhoun e-mail: email@example.com
Project Engineer - Lan Access R&D phone: (847) 933-5181
US Robotics Access Corp.
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