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    Re: Debian "corporate firewall" how-to author here considering Ubuntu version, worth

    Up until now, I never considered the Ubuntu community would be interested. Quite frankly, it's not for beginners. Although I wrote it to educate the beginner, you must have a willingness to learn advanced TCP/IP routing/filtering techniques.
    Seems - pretty simple, OP has something he wrote for Debian community, not for beginners - but to educate them after which they aren't beginners

    You're first
    This is not a beginner subject.
    comes from
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    If your community welcomes my project, without all the drama, I would be happy to help people here develop advanced corporate firewalls for their businesses. Serious people only. This is not a beginner subject.
    I'd completely agree.

    Do you know whether English is the Op's first language or do they just make a much better job of writing in English than I would French ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfy View Post
    Seems - pretty simple, OP has something he wrote for Debian community, not for beginners - but to educate them after which they aren't beginners

    You're first comes from
    this sentence

    I'd completely agree.

    Do you know whether English is the Op's first language or do they just make a much better job of writing in English than I would French ...

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    To me its contradictory

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    Enough of that while it all gets back ontopic I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfy View Post


    Enough of that while it all gets back ontopic I think

    Agreed.

    However i would point out to the OP that i dont have an issue with your content or topic and wasnt picking at that, just the parts i brought up for beginners reading it that was all.

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    Re: Debian "corporate firewall" how-to author here considering Ubuntu version, worth

    Quote Originally Posted by spynappels View Post
    I think there may certainly be interest in it, I would appreciate a look although I'm less happy about signing up to another website to download the PDF.
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    Or share it on Google Docs?
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    Re: Debian "corporate firewall" how-to author here considering Ubuntu version, worth

    Quote Originally Posted by vasa1 View Post
    Or share it on Google Docs?
    Whoops!!!! My bad, I didn't realize that file storage site required a login. Sorry about that.

    Here it is on Google Docs, no login required:

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6g...VVPTmgwZUZhYUU

    You can view it online with that link.

    I appreciate the kind words, and the useful feedback.

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    Re: Debian "corporate firewall" how-to author here considering Ubuntu version, worth

    Pretty good document tbh.

    There are other firewall solutions other than shorewall. M0n0wall, pfSense, etc.
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    Re: Debian "corporate firewall" how-to author here considering Ubuntu version, worth

    Quote Originally Posted by drokmed View Post
    I have no idea what response I will get to this post.
    What exactly do you want again ?

    Your paper looks ok on first skim. I also don't doubt it will 'port' to Ubuntu rather effortlessly, so people who want to build that style of firewall on Ubuntu rather than Debian could do so from the instructions without much trouble.

    So the purpose of this thread is ... what ?

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    Re: Debian "corporate firewall" how-to author here considering Ubuntu version, worth

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    Here it is on Google Docs, no login required:
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    Thank you!
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    Re: Debian "corporate firewall" how-to author here considering Ubuntu version, worth

    Quote Originally Posted by drokmed View Post
    Whoops!!!! My bad, I didn't realize that file storage site required a login. Sorry about that.

    Here it is on Google Docs, no login required:
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