I've searched the Net and Cisco forums for any kind of specifications for reflexive access list hardware requirements but I can't find any. Is Cisco 2801 "standard" (64Mb flash, 128 Mb DRAM) suitable to be used as a "firewall" with reflexive access lists. Behind firewall is DMZ with Microsoft ISA proxy, mail and DNS server. We have 1Mb frame relay internet link and around 400 users (and management which doesn't want to invest in PIX firewall :(.
Thanks for fast response. Maybe I wasn't specific enough - I know that my router supports reflexive access lists (12.3T IP base, checked in Cisco Feature Navigator). Problem is that I read in some Cisco document that reflexive access lists are memory and cpu intensive but I can't find anywhere anything more... So I am wondering if 2801 is suitable (memory and cpu) to "play" firewall with reflexive access lists (for 1Mb internet link and arround 400 users behind it).
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