Re: [Nsaas] Comparing NSIS and the work to be done by NSaaS

Melinda Shore <melinda.shore@gmail.com> Sat, 16 August 2014 18:06 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Nsaas] Comparing NSIS and the work to be done by NSaaS
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On 8/16/14 5:24 AM, Linda Dunbar wrote:
> Take Firewall as an example, the rules for a specific client vFW can
> include: - a 5-tuple and an action such as allow or deny. The
> information contained in the tuple includes source/destination IP
> addresses, transport protocol, and source/destination port numbers
> (RFC5973).

You might want to check out the midcom protocol semantics RFC.

Melinda