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    depending on the version you downloaded it ought to.

    glad you found it easy to use though !
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    yer peice of cake, cant wait to move in to new house can start using it then along with a nice 1mb internet line (no 2mb in the area )

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    hmm this clarkconnect seems pretty decent.
    i'm using IPCop at the moment, all i really need to box to do is act as a router, so is any option to not install all the web/ftp etc stuff so i can just run it as a router, beacuse i'm really tempted by the bandwidth limiting.

    thanks.

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    yer i think there is, when you install it there are some tick boxes as to which modules/programs you want to install with it. you might want the firewall bit too though.

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    hmm nice, better fire up the modem and get downloading!
    i'll use a different HDD so i can just go back to IPCop if it sucks

    thanks for the help

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    IPCop is quite a popular distro with me mates, very resourceful

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    never heard of it, is there a website for it?

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    IPCop is lovely, but no bandwidth limiting in this version though.
    www.ipcop.org

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    can u remote control it? with CC its all through a browser in which you can change ANYTHING.

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    yeah, it's controlled though the browser. also there's SSH access to it

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    oh what to control it over the net, outside your network, cool but dont know why youd really need it

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    ah right, i didn't read properly.
    you can't remotely control it by default, but i suppose if you wanted to do that you could just make it bind the webserver to the external interface, and it would work that way

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    so can you control it over a lan in a browser then?

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    yup

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    ah i get ya now!

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    only thing is you'd need to make some changes your self if you wanted to run a webserver etc off of it for your own sort of pages, because you wouldn't want to run it off the same server as the control thingy i'd think.

    but i just use it as a router so i can have my whole family eating aaway at my 56K at once

    if you've ever used smoothwall it's pretty much identiacal to that, well worth checking out, only a 30MB ISO or something

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