On Wed, 2005-02-09 at 22:00, AJ McKee wrote:
> 1. Platform independance. - Its not really an issue. IPTables is largely
> on Linux. boxes. PHP is too. That should not mean our code should be
> messy either.
Another thought. Have a script on some central site (linux.ie for
example) which any instance of this doodah could contact to cause it to
emit packets and report on the result, so you could see what your
network looked like from the outside...
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