By Feldman J.
Linux could be a significant "poor man's" router. It takes a bit extra startup configuration than a regular router, yet as soon as it truly is going, little or no will cease it. no less than in our adventure. we now have been utilizing the router setup distinct less than in creation for 6 months now (a few months extra worthy of pilot-testing), and the single faults we have encountered have been both service-provider comparable or as a result of water-soaked cables - incredible, yet real, and a truly lengthy tale I will not get into here!"
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