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I have two XP PCs.
The main one is wired to a wireless router in turn wired to a DSL
One other one is linked via a wireless PCI card.
Everything is working fine.
Both PCs have Norton firewalls installed, with filters that permit
access to 198.162.1.* and 0.* addresses.
Is the the best/most efficient arrangement for firewalls or would
using XP's own or hardware fiewalls be better?
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