Building a Diskless 2.6 Firewall
"Want to build a custom router/firewall for your home network? You can obtain the necessary hardware virtually for free from garage sales or on-line auctions. You even might have some old hardware lying around. A Pentium-class system is more than sufficient and can handle the stress well. Typically, we don't need much memory, but I recommend at least 16MB of RAM. In place of a hard disk, we can use a compact Flash, or CF, card. CF has some nifty features, such as on-board error detection and correction to minimize Flash wear. "
(Submitted by Noel Thu Aug 26, 2004 )
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