Router distro (was Re: [ale] Smoothwall 2.0 or IPCop 1.3.0?)
n4zm at mindspring.com
Sat Feb 7 00:01:23 EST 2004
On Friday 06 February 2004 10:17 pm, Vernard Martin wrote:
> > around looking for a router distro to run from CD or floppy. I
> > looked at SmoothWall <http:www.smoothwall.org>, IPCop
> > <http://www.ipcop.org>, LRP <http://www.linuxrouter.org>, LEAF
> > <http://lrp.kioss.com>, and Devil Linux
> > <http://www.devil-linux.org>.
> Don't forget Coyote Linux as well. http://www.coyotelinux.com/
> Floppy based, curses interface from the console, can save
> configuration back to the floppy as well, etc.
Amen. I have been using it for quite a while and reccommend it. Nmap
(from KDE) says I have one open port (ssh). Gibson Research
("Shields up") says I am secure. I am running it on a 486DX66 with
no hard disk and 32 mb RAM.
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