|Carl Johnson on 12 Apr 2013 05:30:16 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] Embedded 3-Port Firwall?|
pfsense has tiny lightweight builds that run on almost anything.
I'm currently using an old Linux box as a firewall/router. I'm running
"shorewall" in a 3-interface configuration (WAN, DMZ, & Local zones).
(http://shorewall.net/three-interface.htm) This system works great, but I'm
looking for something that consumes less energy, so thought about loading
OpenWRT or some other embedded Linux that would have the same ease-of-use as
shorewall. That way I would run a simple router instead of a 10-year old PC.
Has anybody created such a device? Any advice to offer?
Sent from my Motorola DynaTAC8000X
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