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Cisco Router Firewall Security by Richard A. Deal

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Chapter 10. Filtering Web and Application Traffic

In Chapter 9, “Context-Based Access Control,” I discussed how you can use the Cisco CBAC, a feature of the Cisco IOS Firewall feature set, to implement a stateful firewall. This chapter picks up where Chapter 9 left off and focuses on filtering of web and application traffic. As you recall from Chapter 9, one of the features of CBAC is the capability to filter Java applets. This chapter starts by covering how this is done with CBAC. It then expands coverage of HTTP connections by discussing how you can filter web connections using N2H2 and Websense web content filtering servers. This last part of the chapter discusses the Cisco Network-Based Application Recognition (NBAR) feature. NBAR typically ...

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