Peter Finch wrote:
>> I am going to set up a new office router that will provide the office
> LAN with NAT access to the outside world via two internet connections.
> So I will have 3 network cards, one on the LAN, and two with public
> internet IP addresses to two ISPs. I have an old server which I am about
> to put ubuntu server and install 3 NICs in it.
A specialised distro might be better than ubuntu for this?
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