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Chapters: The Linux Router Project, Smoothwall, Ebox, Tomato, Engarde Secure Linux, Sme Server, Freewrt, List of Router or Firewall Distributions, Clarkconnect, Devil-Linux, Pfsense, Freesco, Ipcop, Vyatta, M0n0wall, Coyote Linux, X-Wrt, Sentry Firewall, Endian Firewall, Clearos, Trustix, Leaf Project, Floppyfw, Gibraltar, Fli4l. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 96. Not illustrat Chapters: The Linux Router Project, Smoothwall, Ebox, Tomato, Engarde Secure Linux, Sme Server, Freewrt, List of Router or Firewall Distributions, Clarkconnect, Devil-Linux, Pfsense, Freesco, Ipcop, Vyatta, M0n0wall, Coyote Linux, X-Wrt, Sentry Firewall, Endian Firewall, Clearos, Trustix, Leaf Project, Floppyfw, Gibraltar, Fli4l. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 96. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: SmoothWall is a Linux distribution designed to be used as an open source firewall. Designed for ease of use, SmoothWall is configured via a web-based GUI, and requires little or no knowledge of Linux to install or use. SmoothWall is also a private software company based in the UK that develops firewall and web content filtering software, and which also maintains the SmoothWall open source project. SmoothWall began life as SmoothWall GPL, a freely redistributable version, in August 2000, with a proprietary version sold by SmoothWall Ltd from November 2001. It is now available in several free and paid-for versions. According to figures released by the company, Smoothwall currently has over 1 million active installations worldwide. SmoothWall Express originally SmoothWall GPL is the freely distributable version of SmoothWall, developed by the SmoothWall Open Source Project team and members of SmoothWall Ltd. Released in August 2000, SmoothWall GPL was developed by Lawrence Manning and Richard Morrell to provide a quick and easy-to-use solution to the problem of sharing their ISDN connections with the rest of their LAN. Created using Red Hat Linux, SmoothWall GPL originally had two simple functions: control the modem to dial up and hang up, and to route TCP/IP packets from the LAN to the Internet connection, and back again. The LAN was hidden from the public network by NAT, applied using ip...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=123935


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Chapters: The Linux Router Project, Smoothwall, Ebox, Tomato, Engarde Secure Linux, Sme Server, Freewrt, List of Router or Firewall Distributions, Clarkconnect, Devil-Linux, Pfsense, Freesco, Ipcop, Vyatta, M0n0wall, Coyote Linux, X-Wrt, Sentry Firewall, Endian Firewall, Clearos, Trustix, Leaf Project, Floppyfw, Gibraltar, Fli4l. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 96. Not illustrat Chapters: The Linux Router Project, Smoothwall, Ebox, Tomato, Engarde Secure Linux, Sme Server, Freewrt, List of Router or Firewall Distributions, Clarkconnect, Devil-Linux, Pfsense, Freesco, Ipcop, Vyatta, M0n0wall, Coyote Linux, X-Wrt, Sentry Firewall, Endian Firewall, Clearos, Trustix, Leaf Project, Floppyfw, Gibraltar, Fli4l. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 96. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: SmoothWall is a Linux distribution designed to be used as an open source firewall. Designed for ease of use, SmoothWall is configured via a web-based GUI, and requires little or no knowledge of Linux to install or use. SmoothWall is also a private software company based in the UK that develops firewall and web content filtering software, and which also maintains the SmoothWall open source project. SmoothWall began life as SmoothWall GPL, a freely redistributable version, in August 2000, with a proprietary version sold by SmoothWall Ltd from November 2001. It is now available in several free and paid-for versions. According to figures released by the company, Smoothwall currently has over 1 million active installations worldwide. SmoothWall Express originally SmoothWall GPL is the freely distributable version of SmoothWall, developed by the SmoothWall Open Source Project team and members of SmoothWall Ltd. Released in August 2000, SmoothWall GPL was developed by Lawrence Manning and Richard Morrell to provide a quick and easy-to-use solution to the problem of sharing their ISDN connections with the rest of their LAN. Created using Red Hat Linux, SmoothWall GPL originally had two simple functions: control the modem to dial up and hang up, and to route TCP/IP packets from the LAN to the Internet connection, and back again. The LAN was hidden from the public network by NAT, applied using ip...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=123935

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