Rising to his feet, his body bent into a deep crouch, Trakor sped with swift silence through a break in the fire wall.
But, Tony,” Florence said after a moment, “how did you know which way the gap in the fire wall was?
The big room on the other side of the fire wall was crowded almost as full of workers as the first one.
He crawled into the plane again, tearing out the fire wall impatiently, getting up under the motor.
Ab had reached the fire wall with the speed of a great runner while, close behind him, came his eager following.
Brick division walls should be built so as to constitute a fire wall wherever it is practicable to do so.
A means of separating a computer network from outside networks for security purposes. A server outside an organization's own network may be used to funnel all incoming and outgoing traffic to assist in keeping out viruses, as well as to prevent unauthorized outsiders from gaining access to a network.
[fr a firewall built to contain a fire in a building, a meaning found by 1851, and a barricade between an engine and a passenger compartment, found by 1947]