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Re: [SLE] coyote linux router on a disk
- From: milanuk@xxxxxxxxx (Monte Milanuk)
- Date: Mon, 3 Jul 2000 10:34:50 -0700 (PDT)
- Message-id: <20000703173450.16580.qmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Check out Freesco. It is free for all uses (Coyote is not,
IIRC), and does support dial-up. If you don't have any
oddball hardware, setup can be as little as ten minutes.
Plus it can be ran from a partition on the harddrive for
better performance, logging, etc. Check it out at
www.freesco.org Don't let the version number fool you. It
works very well.
--- Samy Elashmawy <samelash@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> NOPE its some sort of router on a disk derived from the
> linux router
> project. I thinlk its supposed to be a much more
> user/newbie type of router
> that is much easier to set up and install. It looks
> interesting to me ,as I
> am realy tight on time over the summer. If it works and
> is realy easy to
> set up and meets my dial up modem and frewalling need
> then I will give it a
> go. I jusyt got too much stuff on my plate and dont have
> time to slug it out.
> I allready have suse 6.3 loades on a pentuim 100 for the
> last three months
> , finaly gotten wvdial working on it , but have had no
> time to start
> working on ip masq and firewalling on it yet. So at this
> piont in time the
> coyote linux looks promising , especialy if I can get it
> working during one
> of my lunch breaks.
> At 11:39 AM 7/3/2000 -0400, Michael J. McGillick wrote:
> >Coyote is the newest release of TurboLinux, if I'm not
> mistaken. Release
> >6.04 I believe.
> >- Mike
> >On Mon, 3 Jul 2000, Samy Elashmawy wrote:
> >> Hi folks, found a refrence to coyote linux router on a
> disk in the current
> >> issue of Linux Mag.
> >> Have any of you used it , and have you used the free
> version or the full
> >> versiiion , and what are the diffrences if any between
> them ? Does it work
> >> with dial up access ?
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