I used clark connect for about nine months this year when sharing a
DSL connection with about 8 other people, and it was fine. You'll just
need a PC with 2 ethernet cards, and a DSL modem/router with an
ethernet interface. We had our dsl router in bridging mode, so that
the clark connect box was doing the PPPoE.
It comes with Apache and various other bits and bobs (FTP server,
samba, etc). Dunno about Postfix.
It has some nice features, like traffic shaping and ad filtering and stuff too.
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