peterachilds at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 08:48:10 UTC 2009
2009/9/9 Peter Childs <peterachilds at gmail.com>:
> 2009/9/9 dan attwood <danattwood at googlemail.com>:
>> Peter Childs wrote:
>>> I need some advise.
>>> I have a rather complicated LAN that has two (yes 2) Network Address
>>> Translations (NATs) between it and the internet at large.
>>> 1. Is a ADSL Be Box that I've got very little control over
>>> 2. A Linux Box that runs IPTables and Squid to Cache and Virus scan
>>> the web (the rules don't add up to much more than that, (Oh it also
>>> have a VNC access)
>>> I want to be able to run VoIP on the network to communicate.
>> why not rip everything out as it sounds far to complicated a set up for
>> only 35 machines.
>> Plug the adsl into an untangle firewall which will then give you nat,
>> virus scanning and a few other things. then either ditch the squid
>> although or run it on a vm somewhere - perhaps on the same box running
>> the untangle firewall
>> Remember KISS
> It is simple. (To some extent)
> Whats an untangle firewall?
Oh Right, a commercial and/or easy version of what I have already
(more or less) I suspect that Squid is part of of untangle but they
don't say that, but its the obvious way to preform quite a few of what
they say it does....
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