[LUNI] Firewall distributions
Carey Tyler Schug
sqrfolkdnc at comcast.net
Sun Nov 29 22:19:49 CST 2009
I've been happy with ipcop, though I don't need any fancy features. I'd
like RARP, which I think is not included, but it is not serious.
I'd like one that runs from from a CD and a floppy....no hard disk at
all. Maybe two floppies, so one can have the config and be write
protected, the other hold dynamic IP addresses assigned, etc.
bil Jeschke wrote:
> I am using IPCop now, and it is fairly good. There seems to be some issues with controlling a wireless network with it. I wanted to set up a different subnet with my access point, and IPCop is supposed to support doing this, but I ended up using an old Netgear router to control wireless with.
> With the OpenVPN plugin it makes a good VPN server. The built in VPN controls are not user friendly and a temperamental, but the extra plugin works fine.
> I have heard good things about pfsence, but that is BSD based.
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