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Old 10th May 2007, 11:35 PM
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Which Network device???

Hello I have a FC6 box, I want to be connect it to my windows comp. and I am planning to send the internet via my Linux box to my windows box, and because I don't have enough room to put all my other storage and comps. I already have cat7 wires working, so which device should I use a router or a switch. Also I am looking into netgear or Dlink and was wondering which one would be worth getting. Thank you.
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Old 28th May 2007, 05:44 AM
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Have you tried Firestarter?
yum install firestarter
If you have two network ports it should be fairly easy to setup - Internet connection sharing if one of the option in Firestarter's preference pane.
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