Re: Question

From: Lee Evans (lee@vital.co.uk)
Date: 07/31/01


From: Lee Evans <lee@vital.co.uk>
To: "Nathan E. Pralle" <npralle@creativesolutionsunlimited.com>, focus-linux@lists.securityfocus.com
Subject: Re: Question
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 22:00:09 +0100
Message-Id: <f0107312156369CF3@vital.co.uk>

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On Tuesday 31 July 2001 21:45 pm, Nathan E. Pralle wrote:
> On a similar note, does anyone know of a good Linux-based firewall that has
> modem PPP support? For those of us stuck in the middle of Nowhere, where
> dial-up is still prevalent and broadband scarce, this would be nice.

There are a number - three that spring to mind are freesco, smoothwall and
Mandrakes Single Network Firewall. If it's an oldish box that just want's to
route traffick, go for one of the first two, but if it's up to something a
little more demanding SNF includes squid proxy, a pretty good web admin
effort, and some other usefull gubbins.

Cheers
Lee
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