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douver

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I have four pc's networked at home and was thinking of using WinRoute Firewall. It seems to be aimed at corporate installations and was wondering why I couldn't use it at home to replace my existing NIS firewall?

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There is no reason you can't. The only requirement is that you have a box with two network cards installed, one for your LAN computers and one for your WAN connection.

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douver

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I have one nic in each of the four pc's. These are all connected to an dsl modem/router which looks after both the lan & wan side of things. Will Winroute work with this config?
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You need a PC with 2nic's in it, modem goes into Nic1 on Winroute PC and Nic2 goes to a switch/router that you connect the other PC's you have.

DSLmodem--> Nic1 Winroute PC Nic2--> router/switch <--other PC's
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