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Re: [vox-tech] linux router on a disk




There are many, many variations of this.

AFAIK, the most common is LRP (Linux Router Project).
There are a couple other famous ones, such as Coyote and Freesco.

Freshmeat.net is a good place to look.

-Gabe

On Mon, 17 Sep 2001, Ehrhart, Jay wrote:

> I am looking for a cheap alternative to buying a router.  I have plenty of
> PCs and I wanted to put Linux on them and make them routers.  I want to
> place these PCS\routers at remote school sites so they need to be simple and
> quick to rebuild in the event of trouble.
> I heard of a Linux version that fits on a floppy and sets up a PC as a
> router.  Does anyone know the name of it and\or where I can get it?
>
> Jay
>


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