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Old 03-14-2005, 02:22 PM   #1
ThunderChicken
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dhcp router


what would you guys suggest i want an easy fast no maintnence dhcp router. i am not a linux expert but i know a little. I wanna setup a linux box as a router. what distro would you guys suggest. Again something small but fast, easy to use and something were i can monitor every packet going over the internet in my house.
 
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ipcop or smoothwall would be a decent choice. pretty sure they both to DHCP, althoguh i've never bothered setting it up myself.
 
  


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