Free BSD Question?
matt at soliddataservices.com
Sun Apr 27 19:02:35 UTC 2014
I believe the perfect place for you to start is:
I don't mean that in a RTFM sort of way... The handbook is great, for
all levels of FreeBSD users. It covers a lot of what you are needing,
and a lot about what you are going to need that you don't know yet. The
firewall section covers turning FreeBSD into a router using various
firewall implementations. The networking section covers gateways and
routes. And so on.
Start your adventure there, than make Google your best friend.
On 4/27/2014 1:22 AM, Abdul Waheed wrote:
> Dear Sir, I am new in Networking and also new in free BSD.I don't know about free BSD Proxy.
> I have some question i hope u will help me.
> I want to implement freeBSD in my network environment.can any body guide me what are the packages i need to install with free BSD.from where i will start this.I don't know
> I want to use FreeBSD 9.1 for following purpose:
> 1. As a proxy server
> 2. As a Router
> what i need to fulfill these requirement.please guide me from start.
> Thanks for help
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