Re: Portsentry & apcupsd & Fedora 7

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On Sun, 2007-06-17 at 12:19 -0400, Claude Jones wrote:
> On Sunday June 17 2007 11:38:11 am Gene Heskett wrote:
> > dd-wrt. Best kept router secret around, Mike.
> didn't read the dd-wrt page carefully - didn't realize what you were doing - I 
> like it
> I'd still like to do what I was talking about - take this little Linksys 
> router, which is a LAN hub and wireless access point, as well as a router, 
> and dump it's limited firmware - by installing openwrt and then FWBuilder on 
> it I get most of the features of an iptables fw with a real nice gui - all 
> configurable from a PC in the LAN - all that in a box the size of an 
> over-sized sandwich. 

Now *that* is what I thought he was referring to, using the Linksys
router itself and replacing the original (or updated at least) firmware
with the dd-wrt one, or whichever versin/program out there that works.

Is that what I am able to do?

Mike Chambers
Madisonville, KY

"Best little town on Earth!"

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