The router isn't ours, and is going to be replaced by a linux box
with an internal isdn card, so while the router is just perfect, we still
need a replacement. Getting another router isn't an option, because there
needs to be no external parts to this system.
On Tue, 6 Jun 2000, David Murphy wrote:
> Are you sure you want to do this? I wouldn't be rushing to replace a
> router with any kind of system. By all means add in a box between the
> router and your network if you want a cahcing proxy or something, but
> making it your router as well is just giving you a problem to solve
> that has already been solved by 3Com.
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