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  • ysgdhio
    ... m0n0wall is great; I recommend it highly. You probably don t need all of those 15 minutes, unless you count putting the hardware together. ... I m running
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 2, 2006
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      On 1/2/06, Jim Scheef <jscheef@...> wrote:
      > Early Pentiums that use 72-pin SIMMs make excellent routers - just add two or
      > three NICs stir in M0n0wall, bake for 15 minutes and you have a very flexible
      > router.

      m0n0wall is great; I recommend it highly. You probably don't need all
      of those 15 minutes, unless you count putting the hardware together.
      :-)

      I'm running mine off a compact flash "drive", but to try it out you
      only need a CDROM drive (for the m0n0wall software) and a floppy drive
      (to store your settings). The web interface is, in my humble opinion,
      better than what you get with most commercial router/firewall
      appliances. Did we mention that m0n0wall is free?
      More info at http://m0n0.ch/wall/

      Andy, a satisfied m0n0wall user.
      http://ahm.ath.cx/ahm/
    • William Pechter
      In addition to MOnOwall, Smoothwall and IPCOP also have worked out well for me as has GnatBox Light from GTA. ... m0n0wall is great; I recommend it highly. You
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 4, 2006
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        In addition to MOnOwall, Smoothwall and IPCOP also have worked out well for me as has GnatBox Light from GTA.

        ysgdhio <ysgdhio@...> wrote:
        On 1/2/06, Jim Scheef <jscheef@...> wrote:
        > Early Pentiums that use 72-pin SIMMs make excellent routers - just add two or
        > three NICs stir in M0n0wall, bake for 15 minutes and you have a very flexible
        > router.

        m0n0wall is great; I recommend it highly. You probably don't need all
        of those 15 minutes, unless you count putting the hardware together.
        :-)

        I'm running mine off a compact flash "drive", but to try it out you
        only need a CDROM drive (for the m0n0wall software) and a floppy drive
        (to store your settings). The web interface is, in my humble opinion,
        better than what you get with most commercial router/firewall
        appliances. Did we mention that m0n0wall is free?
        More info at http://m0n0.ch/wall/

        Andy, a satisfied m0n0wall user.
        http://ahm.ath.cx/ahm/

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