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9751Re: [nslu2-linux] Two net interfaces? Was: Re: OpenSSH Server being hacked ???

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  • Tommy B
    Nov 3 5:44 AM
      Brian Wood wrote:

      A Pre-production round of Lofts are heading my way.
      Firewalling/QoS/IDS/IPS is an area I'm starting to look at.

      >Well for "Linux box as one of my firewalls" I want to insert "slug".
      >It seems like a natural for such a purpose if I can easily get two
      >interfaces going.
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      >At present I'm using a commercially-available firewall box, but I
      >need something I can hack on and not be limited to what the firmware
      >lets me do.
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      >Anybody have an easy way to get two interfaces on a slug? Preferably
      >using Unslung and not having to go with an entire Debian install.
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      >I have an old Cobalt Qube-2 (MIPS machine) with two interfaces, but
      >that seems like overkill for a F/W.
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      >On Nov 2, 2005, at 8:54 PM, dlubinsk wrote:
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      >>Well I get around this with a linux box as one of my firewalls; this
      >>linux box has a secondary non-routable connection to my slug (which
      >>does sit behind a hardware firewall). I "knock" my linux box which
      >>in turn "knocks" my slug (via the non-routable connection). This
      >>opens the port on my slug and away I go.
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      >>Regards,
      >>Don
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