Re: what distro for my router?
Date: 21 Jul 2003 15:54:07 GMT
In article <email@example.com>, 0 wrote:
> Hi NG!
> I've got a 486 dx2 w/ 32MB ram and 800MB HD that I would like to set
> up as a router. I've already tried with suse 7.3 which is obviously a
> bit long to load, but it still works like a charm with the 2.4.20
> kernel. What it must be able to do is:
> - NAT
> - iptables
> - a good logging facility
> - rp-pppoe (ethernet dsl connection)
> What do you think is the best distro for it?
> Bernd Haller
Slackware (But that's just my biased opinion:-)
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