I would recommend a 2.4 compatible kernel (debian woody, for instance)
and iptables. Much simpler than you would ever think....
On Thu, Mar 08, 2001 at 11:48:19AM -0000, HAMILTON,DAVID (HP-Ireland,ex2) wrote:
> Hi All,
>> I m looking at setting up a Linux firewall at home, and need to find a free
> solution that is relatively manageable, and can still do NATing and
> The last time I tried this was with ipfwadm, and friendly was not a word I
> would have associated with it.
> It'll be a box with about three Network interfaces, two safe, one not.
> Any ideas?
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