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Server hacked, Desperate for help with FC6

> I do have a WRT54G which I use for wireless, and toyed with the idea of
> putting that in front of my server as a first line of defense, but I
> don't know that I trust the Linksys more than I trust iptables.

The WRT54G runs linux and thus uses iptables (well, except for the
newest ones which run VXWorks... this page will show you which one you
). You can put after market versions of linux on it. I currently have
2 at home running the sveasoft firmware, which I paid for membership
to help support the project.

However, the openWRT project:
is very nice. Here's a HOWTO using Firewall Builder to configure the Linksys.


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