On Saturday 28 May 2005 17:12, Stephen Horgan wrote:
>> I've been using this for about two years now, and I'd recommend it. I
> know that ideally you shouldn't run a webserver/mailserver/etc on the
> same box as a firewall, but as in your friend's case, I can only have
> just one machine to do these jobs for me.
> My instance of CC 3.0 acts as my firewall, Apache is my webserver,
> postfix/SpamAssassin/Dovecot IMAP for my mail, fileserver (Samba) for
> the windows laptop. It has a nice web-based interface for nearly all
> configuration which makes things easy for inexperienced users.
> Updates/patches are frequent and there's a decent community forum for help.
He dropped the machine around to me and I got it connected and installed. Just
checking that the web / mail [ Comes with Spam Assassin and Postfix Imap if
desired] / ssh work.
Looks nice. I have been using Smoothwall. But this [ClarkConnect] seems more
like a firewall distribution that a firewall solution [i.e you can use
apt-get and download gcc and compile what ever you want on the system]
jason at jcorcoran.net
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