A network engineer at the University of Kentucky discusses routing protocols, DHCP server functions, AAA servers, access lists, security policies, application inspection, firewall load balancing, activity logs, and security services modules.
What does FWLB stand for?
FWLB stands for Firewall Load Balancing
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Samples in periodicals archive:
TrafficWorks Firewall Load Balancing (FWLB) allows users to scale the capacity of their security systems and maintain high-availability at the most critical points in the network.
Foundry's ServerIron family of Layer 4 - 7 switches provide sophisticated Internet traffic and content switching features including server load balancing, URL and cookie based switching, global server load balancing, firewall load balancing and transparent cache switching.
Fifteen chapters cover such topics as firewall load balancing, SSL offloading, content switching device migrations, and global server load balancing.
Active-Square(TM) Firewall Load Balancing (FWLB) -- ServerIron FWLB removes firewall bottlenecks and eliminates unused capacity that plagues active-standby configurations.
It also features built-in firewall load balancing and health checking.
Users of the dedicated Intelligent Director service will have the additional option of using the system's robust firewall load balancing capabilities for enhanced security while reducing or eliminating firewall bottlenecks.
F5 Networks successfully responded to the three major requirements of ShowNet, which included IDS load balancing, streaming CDN and firewall load balancing with its award-winning BIG-IP(R) local area traffic manager and 3-DNS(R) wide area traffic manager.