thanks for your replies! The thing is that I need the 3Com router because
othewise, I don't know how to connect to my DSL line (I havent been able to
find any mini-PCI dsl card) so I'll still need to use one of the DSL routers
to get access to the line.
Also, will I be able to easily (or not ver hard) configure all the things
that my home network clients need (as I said, msn transfers, skype, video
conference...)? That's a big deal, because I that "things" doesn't work
network users will refuse the "new strange router" ;)
Thank you ver much.
2006/12/20, Mark Ryan <markryan at cfl dot rr dot com>:
> I have a WRAP with monowall and it's great. If you get one, you wont
> need any other routers, only a switch to connect all the machines to.
> The traffic shaper works very good and it will allow you to assign
> priority to the voip traffic.
> Ignacio Verona Ríos wrote:
> > Hi,
> > this is my first post to the list, and is for asking a simple
> > question. How well does m0n0wall fit onto a home network? I mean: I've
> > some network knowledge (I'm on the way to become a CCNA) but I miss
> > the "experience" part of that knowledge. I'm now getting into VoIP
> > systems, and need to deal with a QoS system which actually works. So
> > I'm thinking on buying a WRAP board and using m0n0wall for the
> > firewall/router/QoS, along with my old 3Com DSL router or my new
> > D-link router.
> > The question is: I've a home network with 4 PCs, and some IP phones.
> > Will all the PCs be able to use all the services (MSN, msn file
> > transfers & video chat, skype, and so on) with m0n0wall as a router?
> > Right now, it works very well (almost out of the box) with uPNP and
> > some redirected ports. Also, if this fit the needs, I would be
> > installing m0n0wall on some of my clients networks...
> > Thanks in advance for your replies. Regards,
> > Ignacio.
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