[SATLUG] Home Network Configuration
cold2na at gmail.com
Tue Apr 27 11:07:26 CDT 2010
Ok, thanks Tweeks for adding that link. It was pretty helpful. I am going to
get started on something tonight. I am still on fence though between PfSense
or IPCOP? Other than running pf and the other running IPtables are there any
other major differences? I am not picking up any thing from websites.
On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 10:32 PM, Tweeks <tweeksjunk2 at theweeks.org> wrote:
> On Saturday 24 April 2010 03:56:39 pm Matt Grooms wrote:
> > I'm a gig fan of IPCop, and have used it exclusively for about six
> > years. It's extremely easy to install, yet powerful as well.
> Hey Dylan.. Matt knows what he's talking about.. he's been using ipcop a
> and it does a nice job. It's essentially a full feature firewall distro
> some nice remote management features that installs to hard drive.
> Another option that I've recommended a lot is Devil Linux. The biggest
> difference here is that it's a live CD firewall distro that runs off CD and
> stores its config on flash drive (no hard drive or other moving parts
> needed). The nice thing here is that upgrades consist of replacing the CD
> with the upgrade version and rebooting. The config is read off flash,
> updated (if needed) and <POOF>.. you're upgraded. It's also nice because
> somehow the system is ever hacked, you just reboot and the read-only CD-ROM
> boots and nothing is compromised (I even keep my flash media read-only). I
> have done a couple of presentations on this at XCSSA.. This one covers how
> quickly :
> Here's what such a system (with DMZ) ends up looking like:
> On my system.. I like to underclock the CPU and remove all fans from the
> system.. making for an extremely reliable setup (no moving parts but for
> CD-ROM.. and even that could be made into a bootable flash device).
> Let me know if you have any questions or anything..
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