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    nuser Guest

    Default Is 'TrueVector' the firewall engine?

    Hi,
    there are many threads on 'True Vector'. I have found no explanation of True vector in the help file. Does it mean the engine of firewall?
    thanks in advance.

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    critterjoe Guest

    Default Re: Is 'TrueVector' the firewall engine?


    <blockquote><hr>nuser wrote:
    Hi,
    there are many threads on 'True Vector'. I have found no explanation of True vector in the help file. Does it mean the engine of firewall?
    thanks in advance.
    <hr></blockquote>


    Yes, it watches all the internet traffic and enforces the firewall rules.

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    nuser Guest

    Default Re: Is 'TrueVector' the firewall engine?

    thanks, Critterjoe.
    I learned a lot from you.
    btw, Is there some meaning of the name &quot;True Vector&quot;? a network terminology?

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    Default Re: Is 'TrueVector' the firewall engine?

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