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Build a floppy-based router/firewall with Freesco

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Freesco for lab!!!!!

by elkfeva In reply to Build a floppy-based rout ...

I would like to use freesco to connect two subnets in a windows AD enviroment. I installed two NIC's in the Freesco machine and it seems that only one NIC will work at a time. Does anyone use this config or have in the past and if so please give me some insight!

Is Freesco capable of connecting two or more subnets or is it only good for an Service provider type situation.

Thank You
wok

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RE: Freesco for lab!!!!!

by j_dub In reply to Freesco for lab!!!!!

I setup Freesco for a SOHO with about 10 workstations. Their support forums proved to be very useful during setup. I believe that Freesco can handle multiple subnets. If you're still looking for info give the forums a shot.

http://forums.freesco.org

http://www.freesco.org

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2K advanced server routes good

by elkfeva In reply to RE: Freesco for lab!!!!!

I am using the multiple NICS in an advances 2k server.... works sweet.

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Coyote Linux

by TrentCook In reply to Build a floppy-based rout ...

Great article,

I have used Coyote Linux for a few years now. Its great. You can install it in windows or linux.

www.coyotelinux.com

Super easy, used ipchains, so its stable as can be.

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