Joe Nardone wrote:
> I guess it depends on who we think the m0n0wall target audience is.
> If we think home users are a decent/significant part of the numbers, then I
> think uPNP becomes a more important feature (off by default, etc. etc.)
> If it's mostly enterprise users, then it's much lower priority (if at all).
> One day too late, the types of usage of m0n0wall (enterprise, home, CPE-type
> deployment, etc.) would have been a useful statistic.
I disagree. If you need upnp to configure your firewall you have
Honestly I think a home user would be better off without it. How many
home users do the zombie "Accept and Install" now when they get pop-ups?
Dumbing down m0n0wall to that degree only makes it look dumb.
There are other deficiencies in M0n0wall that need more attention...