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TOPIC: DIFF BETWEEN OPEN IPS AND PROXY IPS

DIFF BETWEEN OPEN IPS AND PROXY IPS 10 years 2 months ago #15770

  • fatrix
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WHAT IS THE DIFF BETWEEN " OPEN IPS " AND " PROXY IPS "
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Re: DIFF BETWEEN OPEN IPS AND PROXY IPS 10 years 2 months ago #15779

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Well, commonly "IP(s)" is used instead of "IP address(es)", "OPEN" is used as in "Accessible" and "PROXY" is used to describe a machine that relays data for other machines of the network.

I'ts hard to give a more specific answer without knowing the context in which these terms are used. Please provide some more information

Thanks
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Re: DIFF BETWEEN OPEN IPS AND PROXY IPS 10 years 2 months ago #15782

An IPS is an Intrusion Prevension System. Now about the Open and Proxy bit I don't know what the difference is...
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Re: DIFF BETWEEN OPEN IPS AND PROXY IPS 10 years 2 months ago #15783

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This is a perfect example of why one should not post in all caps...
or use abbreviations when the abbreiviation could have different meanings depending on the topic at hand


are we talking about IPs (IP addresses) or IPS (Intrusion Prevention) systems?
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