On Thu, Mar 08, 2001 at 02:05:46PM +0000, Smelly Pooh wrote:
> In reply to Martin Donlon's flatulent wordings,
> > I would recommend a 2.4 compatible kernel (debian woody, for instance)
> > and iptables. Much simpler than you would ever think....
>> It's certainly much more advanced and flexible, and simpler because it does
> stateful firewalling which make for simpler rules. If somebody was
> intimidated by ipfwadm however iptables may also seem intimidating
Of course the task is intimidating, however I fell iptables makes the
job a lot easier than ipfwadm. Frankly, if someone wasn't intimidated by
the task of firewalling a network, then I wouldn't ask them to do it.
Bother! said Pooh as he misquoted the Druidic Spell of Making.
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