Re: Firewall and router

From: Frank Baisch (
Date: 06/11/03

Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 16:53:24 -0400

How would I do this? Setup a pc with linux? I do want to learn Linux and
this might be a good way for me to go. I have another computer that I could
use but would that require a computer with two NIC's? I have had problems,
with Windows NT, trying to get a 2nd NIC to work.
"Keith W. McCammon" <> wrote in message
> If you're comfortable with Linux/UNIX, you could install IPF/IPFW on
> relatively cheap hardware. Or, you can buy a home networking special. I
> don't know of any free or very cheap multi-network firewalls for Windows.

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