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Old 02-02-2006, 08:44 AM   #1
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Yet another firewall recommendation

Currently using IPCop with some modes and I am happy with it. My department also has an easy time using the web interface. I would prefer to have a little bit more OS under the hood.

I know I can install a full distro and use the firewall features there but everyone else is Wintendo users and they would not know what to do.

So can I have say CentOS loaded and have a firewall management program loaded that can be administrated via a web interface? If so what product does anyone recommend ?

Thanks in advance.
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you could probably install webmin on the box, and configure a firewall module for the wintendo people to use, such as turtle, for example...

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