On Tue, 20 Jan 2004, Chris Sandy wrote:
> He's being honest and open. If you want cheap solution, m0n0 is the way
> to go. Just like any other router, lets say linksys you have the same
> issues. Linksys just run a linux kernel with iptables. M0n0 is pretty
> much as secure as your going to get unless you willing to pay a lot for
> a PIX. As you can tell from m0n0's changelog, the developer keeps up
> with security and fixes unlike bigger companies where you have to wait
> awhile for patches.
> Why not setup a development network and try m0n0wall, I think you will
> be very happy with it.
> Net4501 + m0n0wall and a 32meg flash card.
for people who'd like to know what a PIX is or have a info for comparison: