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Hello,
I was wondering what would be most recommended as routing kernel.

I had been using 2.0.35preX for like 630 days and it worked
relatively fine.

Now, I'm wondering what would be next best kernel I would want
to put there? Should I use latest 2.0.X kernel or latest 2.2.x
kernel or maybe 2.4.0-test kernels?

I'm looking for good support for both routing as well as NAT.
I heard the 2.0.x is one of the best kernels in terms of
VM management, what might matter considering the router is to
be P75 w/ 16mb ram.

obtw: before someone suggest alternative solutions, the machine
in question is a laptop with two "New Media Live Wire" NIC's
and only Linux supports those (and yes, PCMCIA NIC is not great
performace but it should be adquate for current needs).

--
Adam
http://www.eax.com The Supreme Headquarters of the 32 bit registers


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