Secure Architectures with OpenBSD
"One nice feature of this book is that its authors refer to Linux equivalents where appropriate, e.g., in terms of configuration and system file locations and names. This makes it an ideal text for a Linux sysadmin who wants to take OpenBSD for a test drive on the public network. Two chapters covering the OpenBSD packet filter (pf) and IPSec are the gems of this text and even advanced Linux users will likely benefit from alternative approaches to solving the same problems in the alternate universe of a different operating system.
(Submitted by Noel Sun May 16, 2004 )
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