[clug] Home Firewall dedicated OS
ianmcleod75 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 25 22:13:05 MDT 2009
Seems a better solution to set up home VPN is to bridge the modem to a
dedicated OS.. Is this a *viable* option in terms of investment in time
and maintenance required for the average small home network? And secure
enough compared to a hardware firewall and NAT (modem)?
Seems there is SmoothWall and ClarkConnect free editions and something
called Devil Linux..
Any experience with these things? Not concerned with philosophical
implications of a commercial company vs puritan GPL or whatever, just
something that is free and works well and is relatively easy to set up.
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