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Firewalling with PF book
Contributed by sean on Wed Dec 19 19:50:05 2007 (GMT)
from the rtf-dead-tree-m dept.

In a post to the misc@ list, Peter Hansteen states he's finally recieved some copies of his new book. The publisher's site states copies are available this month (take that as you will).

The material is an expanded book form of Peter's excellent PF tutorial.

Congratulations on the publishing of your book Peter! I've added one to 'my cart,' how about you?

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by Venture37 (venture37) (venture37<A>hotmail.com) on Wed Dec 19 16:27:40 2007 (GMT)
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  Congrats
Will Wim be stocking a copy of this??
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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod 2/34)
by Anonymous Coward (24.37.242.64) on Wed Dec 19 17:46:49 2007 (GMT)
  Congratulations on the publishing of your book Peter! I've added one to 'my cart,' how about you?

I'm sure Peter has added one of his books to his cart too... ;-)

Mine's on order from Amazon.ca since the undeadly.org posting of it, still waiting though; says won't ship until Jan. 16 to mid-February...? :-(

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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod 4/38)
by Dennis Decker Jensen (85.83.52.4) on Wed Dec 19 21:24:26 2007 (GMT)
  (Pre)ordered the book a few days ago at No Starch Press.

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Dennis Decker Jensen

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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod 9/41)
by Steve Shockley (68.80.137.106) on Thu Dec 20 01:08:44 2007 (GMT)
  Ah, so it's a book about PF firewalling, not using a PF book to firewall.
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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod 5/39)
by Daniel Hartmeier (dhartmei) (daniel@benzedrine.cx) on Thu Dec 20 07:46:49 2007 (GMT)
  Congratulations Peter! :)
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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod 6/36)
by Anonymous Hero (142.205.240.4) on Fri Dec 21 14:54:05 2007 (GMT)
  "Coming December 2008"

I'm not going to receive my book for another year...? (Check the publisher's site)
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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod -1/41)
by Han (84.41.179.194) (han@mijncomputer.nl) on Fri Dec 21 17:05:01 2007 (GMT)
  Great Peter!

You have shown the world you can write a technical book fully in open source and get a great result which was audited by a lot of people. Which results in a progressive way to make sure the quality is next to perfect.

# Han
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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod -8/36)
by Anonymous Coward (190.18.128.252) on Sat Dec 22 03:20:17 2007 (GMT)
  I'm willing to buy this book, but unfortunately the S&H is very expensive (bookpool) costing 2x the book's price. Does anyone know if the publisher will offer a pdf version ? it's not there, at least now... :(
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  Re: Firewalling with PF book (mod -1/35)
by N3w1xZ (83.199.190.51) (n3w1xz@gmail.com) on Tue Jan 29 21:58:38 2008 (GMT)
  Thanks for this book, :)
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