Re: Debian as a packet shaper
> in all my
>years of using linux I've only read/heard about a couple people that
>have tried/and or use the bridging features of linux. And all of those
>people were discussing IDSs on another mailing list recently. By contrast
>I've known many people over the years who use free/openbsd in bridged
>mode and give it high marks. I just get the feeling it's been tested
I've got a debian box doing bridgeing firewalling with a patched 2.4.18
the users didn't even notice it going in until they realised that their
zonealarm's had stoppped squawking about sniffers.
fast network going through an old (pII) box.
it was a little bleeding edge when we implemented but it's been rock solid.
Not yet is the spirit of that pristine valour
extinct in you, when girt with steel and lofty flames
once we fought against the empire of heaven.
We were -- that I will not deny -- vanquished in that conflict:
yet the great intention was not lacking in nobility.
Something or other gave Him victory: to us remained
the glory of a dauntless daring.
And even if my troop fell thence vanquished,
yet to have attempted a lofty enterprise is still a trophy.
--From La Strage degli Innocenti (The Slaughter of the
Innocents) by Giambattista Marino (1569-1625)