Re: Senior Project
I have a 486DX with 12MB which works perfectly. It serves BIND, SSH,
telnet, firewall (well, not well configured yet), ip-masq, smtp and
pop3. Now it serves for three people to share their internet on an ADSL
The only thing with which I notice slow processor is when I ssh or telnet
to it and read mail on it. So, if you do not need this, the machine serves
But for installation, playing and research you can better use a more up to
date computer. Installation and reconfiguration takes a looooooooong time.
On Wed, 21 Feb 2001 email@example.com wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am doing my Senior Project shortly for my degree and have decided that I
> would like to build a Linux firewall which also is configured for IP
> Masquerading and DNS using Bind. I really just wanted ideas from some of
> the more experienced users on this list who have done the same type of
> setup for themselves.
> Currently I have a Debian server and have access to 2 static IP
> addresses. I also have a Windows 2000 box and a Windows NT4.0 box and the
> current network is using a Linksys router.
> I would be using probably a Pentium 100 with 48mg ram as my firewall PC
> which has 2 ethernet cards.
> But I wonder if I should consider using my current Debian server which is a
> Pentium 500? As you can see I am quite unsure as to the best approach to
> this project. I do appreciate your comments and maybe a helping hand in
> guiding me in the right direction. I might add I have no firewall experience.
> Eileen Orbell
> Software & Internet Applications
> Capitol College
> This is Linux Country. On a quiet night you can hear Windows 98 reboot!"
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