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Linux router software recommendation?

We are switching to IPCop from a RedHat based firewall at my company.  
It seems to do everything except maybe DNS, we haven't had time to  
delve into that yet. The Admin interface is very good. It doesn't  
install on SCSI drives.

On Sep 11, 2005, at 10:46 AM, Robert La Ferla wrote:

> I need to set up a (free/open source) NAT firewall and am looking  
> for recommendations.  I am quite familiar with iptables, etc... but  
> it looks like there are complete packages available like FreeSCO,  
> Smoothwall, and LRP (no longer being developed), etc..  I think it  
> would be better to just install a dedicated Linux system for a  
> router than a generic Linux distro w/iptables.   The hardware  
> config is a Shuttle XPC (Intel Celeron) with one Intel Pro/1000 MT  
> "dual port" server adapter (2 ethernet ports) and a cable modem.   
> Looking to serve about 20-30 client systems including NAT, DNS, NTP  
> firewall and DHCP.
> Recommendations?
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