On 12/13/06, Timothy Murphy <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> I have this idea that the shorewall firewall on the desktop
> is more secure than a firewall running on the router.
> is that nonsense?
Well, It's not a straight answer. I truly believe in having multiple
firewalls (even basic ones for workstations). That being said, the one
running on your AP is a dd-wrt firmware based on Linux and iptables.
It should be pretty much the same as shorewall then.
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