Disadvantages - point to point , Computer Networking

Disadvantages

You typically  would  not use a packet filter  as your  only security solution for your network  packets filters have two  major  disadvantages.

a.Low security : Packet filters do not  look  at eh data portion of the packets so attacks  can flow  right  through  them.

b.No advanced protocol  support : Since these  filters  do not keep  track of  connection  there is no way  to support  dynamic  protocols .

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