RE: Debian as a router.
The part that you should pay particular attention to is setting up your
firewall. For a ga-jillion examples of IPTables scripts, many of which
are ready-to-run, check out:
You can do many other cool things on your linux router. I have Squid
running as a transparent proxy and a local DNS cache, which combine to
make my cable service F-A-S-T, even with 12 computers and 6 users behind
my firewall. :)
From: news [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of H. S.
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 4:30 PM
Subject: Re: Debian as a router.
Mal Beaton wrote:
> I have a good howto for this if you are interested. I can post it here
> However Mine is for adsl I have never used cable modem I assume it can
> be set up in bridged mode as well
I am interested. If can post the link ...
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