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First option is wrong because you will turn the firewall into a router, and firewalls should not be routers. Second option is good, but you can add that second firewall to the internet, but keep the DMZ on the internal Firewall. DC
You are looking for the IEEE public OUI database: https://standards.ieee.org/develop/regauth/oui/public.html With the vendor identified you can then zero in on the actual product.
Not for nothing, but OS X 10.6.x+ will allow you to connect to multiple IPSec VPNs at once. As for passing ALL traffic through a VPN tunnel, yes, this is the default behavior, although Cisco (and I'm certain the same exists for other vendors such as Juniper, etc.) has a technique called "split-tunneling" where only some of your traffic is passed through the ...
The anti-spoofing mechanism of your firewall appears to be blocking the traffic, which means that it's doing what it's supposed to do. Devices exposed to the internet are routinely checked for easy exploits, port scanned, etc. I would say that my client networks are scanned at least once a day, and we mitigate the risk by ensuring the proper defense ...
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