So that’s it, folks. After six long hours of downloading, installing, tweaking, reading, unplugging, stringing cable, and generally learning how these things work out, I’ve got my Linux box set up as a firewall (port forwarding, the works). I’m running SmoothWall as the OS, which happens to be a hardened derivative of Linux. So that means the old Fedora install that was on that machine is Goodbye, but now I actually have a use for Boxen Trey.
Dan (I’m speaking cobol to you, baby.)