Subject: Re: Setting up a T1 and email
To: Johnny Billquist , Eka Kelana <>
From: Rick Copeland <>
List: port-vax
Date: 07/15/1998 11:09:35

I would like to know how I could use a 386 netbsd box as a router between
the CSU/DSU (from a T1) and the web/email server which is a uVax3600.
Could you post directions?



At 07:25 PM 7/15/98 +0200, Johnny Billquist wrote:
>On Tue, 2 Jun 1998, Eka Kelana wrote:
>> Sure... but using a Unix box as a router is not recommended.
>> I currently use my NetBSD box as a DNS server and a mail server
>> using exim MTA.
>Huh? What's wrong with using a Unix box as a router? I know of a bunch
>used that way perfectly well. Unless you want very high throughput, they
>work just fine. And if you do, I guess you also have the budget to go
>along with those requirements, and will hardly even think about playing
>around with meagre VAXen. :-)
>Anyway, I'd expect performance using a Unix box (even a VAX) to work
>better than something which has anything from MS involved in it.
>	Johnny
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