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Why can't your run a nameserver behind a linksys router? You can open up 
the name service ports or you can declare one host as a dmz host.
Seth Gordon wrote:
>    On Friday 25 May 2001 10:31 pm, Bill Horne wrote:
>    > What are the plusses and minuses of using Linksys instead of a Linux
>    > firewall?
> One minus -- if you're trying to run a nameserver (i.e., a content
> server rather than a proxy server) on your own network, you can't have
> it running behind a Linksys.
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Boston Linux and Unix user group

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