Andy, THANKS for this info...! Hmmm... I'll forward this on to the BP, and see what he finds out. (Sure miss PCAS400, or whatever the PC Configurator was called. I thought I saw there was a dawg-slow Java replacement, but can't find it now.) jt | -----Original Message----- | From: firstname.lastname@example.org | [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Andy Nolen-Parkhouse | Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2001 8:34 AM | To: firstname.lastname@example.org | Subject: RE: Encryption co-processor (was RE: Encryption basics) | | | jt, | | There is a PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor (feature codes #4801 and #4802) | currently available on the 8xx and 270 models. I have no experience | with it, but the hardware you're referring to does still exist. | | Regards, | Andy Nolen-Parkhouse | | > Dag... | > | > Day late and dollar short, again. (Just found out withdrawn June, | 2000, | > so | > a few days late...;-) | > | > | | > | In a similar vein: does anyone use the encryption | > | hardware-assist? (Don't | > | have FC.) Anyone heard costs and/or pros & cons? Looking to | > | find if it has | > | value when using VPN. | > |
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