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    Coyote, or Other?


    I'm looking to replace an NT server runningWinRoute with something for Linux. Its something I've been meaning to do for awhile, bu Rasmon deciding it wanted to crash whenever I dial in has forced the issue.

    I did some preliminary reasearch, and came up with .Coyote Linux , a small floppy based distro for just the purpose.

    Does anyone have any experience with this or any other Linux based routing solution for dialup?

    Thanks in advance.
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    smoothwall 0.9.9


    smoothwall 0.9.9--more powerful!!
    http://www.smoothwall.org
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    Epic, thanks for the tip. Due to other circumstances, I ended up going with XP's built in ICS (shudders) but I'll certainly keep it in mind for the next time I need something. It looks very good and I may setup a server with it just to test it out.
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    All you need is SNF, Mandrake's Single Network Firewall. Y ou can get it here it is an outstanding solution for any network. Not only doesit provide outside routing services, but it is also very stable and extremely easy to configure (all you need is a web browser or an SSH client). It also includes many additional features DHCP LOGING PROXY(which allows you to block banner adds if need be) advandced firewall tools, and a ton more it is really worth trying out it will be up and running in no time.
    Have a lot of fun...

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