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|27th June 2008, 17:34||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Build your own Router
Now, we've covered tweaking, we've covered the command line and we've even covered wireless. But we've ignored one of the top selling points of Linux - security. After all, if you already have a full-fledged Linux server, you can easily replace that hardware router cluttering up your desk!
Of course, setting up a home router is not everyone's cup of tea - but it's not just about this project. Today, Ken is going to introduce some of the most powerful security and networking tools to allow you to start building an entire home or SOHO (Small Office / Home Office) network from the ground up with security in mind.
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