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MRTG: Monitoring Linux routers and firewalls
MRTG, or Multi Router Traffic Grapher, is a popular monitoring and statistics tool for use on Linux platforms. Here are some tips for installing and configuring MRTG.
Linux firewalls from old PCs
Before you ship those old systems off to technology recycling centres or give them away to employees, you should consider one possible way to reuse them: Turn them into Linux firewalls.
Firewall tips: Lock it down quickly with Linux Lokkit
Have you ever needed to get a firewall up and running fast and didn't have the tools that allowed such quick setup? Well, the Linux Lokkit tool may be just what you need.
Firestarter: 5 minutes to a Linux firewall
Linux firewalls offer a robust, secure, and highly flexible solution. However, manually configuring them has generally been quite labour-intensive--until now. See how Firestarter can help you build an excellent Linux firewall in minutes.
Setting up a strong Linux firewall
Linux has long been a popular option for those who want to save some big money and who don't mind rolling up their sleeves and building the firewall configuration themselves. How can you build a strong Linux firewall?
Track network connections with LSOF on Linux
LiSt Open Files (LSOF) is a Linux utility that allows you to view current network connections and the files associated with them.
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