Short answer: no. m0n0wall is not an application; it's an appliance.
This means that it cannot share the same hardware with others - it wants
the machine all for itself.
Longer answer (but just a bit): yes. Of course, you'll have to use Xen
(with a supported CPU) or VMware (which is now free-as-in-beer) in order
to create a virtual environment in which to install m0n0wall. If you
know nothing about virtualization, Google is your friend...
My final answer: It's not trivial, but it's possible; you being able to
do it or not depends mainly on your skills. Virtualization is fun. Try it.
-------- Original Message --------
From: "Owen W. Salmon" <owensalmon at rogers dot com>
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: [m0n0wall] m0n0wall Firewall on Asterisk
Date: Wed Jul 05 2006 00:11:15 GMT+0100 (GMT Daylight Time)
> Pardon my ignorance; I am very new to this. Is there a way of installing
> m0n0wall on my asterisk box directly as I am planning on using it as my