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Re: Firestarter VS Shorewall

I take note, John and Roberto.

John, that seems to complicated for me, but seems good as it is a
hardware firewall.
Roverto, seems you like to do a control of all parameters, you must be
an expert. I will try to do as you say, and learn a bit.

Thanks for your opinions.


On 1 mar, 19:50, "Roberto C. Sanchez" <robe...@connexer.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 01, 2007 at 09:50:02AM -0800, Jordi wrote:
> > I saw that shorewall can have a GUI if I also install Webmin.
> > Is Webmin a good tool to install? has some kind of disavantage? Is it
> > better to not use webmin?
> Personally, I don't like webmin as it insulates too much from you.  If
> you have many diverse machines to administer (e.g., some Solaris, mixed
> with RedHat, mixed with Debian, mixed with BSD), then Webmin is probably
> good, since it gives you a more "common" administrative interface.
> Other than that, it will only prevent you from learning the inner
> workings of your system.
> Regards,
> -Roberto
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> Roberto C. Sanchezhttp://people.connexer.com/~robertohttp://www.connexer.com
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