[LUNI] CDROM based firewalls: Sentry & Redwall
Mark Stuart Burge
mark at msbrepairs.com
Mon Dec 6 18:40:15 CST 2004
FYI Coyote is a floppy based firewall and router all in one and is very
It works very well on a pentium 100 (at psu) with no hdd and just two
rtl8139 type cards (although its hardware compatibility covers a wide range)
The latest release also provides web admin.
Carey Tyler Schug wrote:
> I found a site listing many Linux/BSD firewalls:
> Aside: this is the first I have seen of BSD based firewalls, any
> general thoughts on using BSD vs Linux? Maybe, like Linux vs
> MicroSoft(TM), fewer crackers trying to break into BSD based systems
> than Linux based systems?
> I couldn't follow much of the jargon, but I found two that look like
> they are ready to go for cdrom/floppy systems (no hard disk). I would
> have like the Knoppix based system but it one looked like it was just
> a bunch of tools and wasn't "run it out of the box", and the one
> called CD-ROM firewall was only beta, with no releases for a year and
> a half..
> The two that seemed the most interesting were:
> Sentry: http://sourceforge.net/projects/sentry/
> Redwall: http://sourceforge.net/projects/redwall/
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