It appears the configuration is quite flexible. The most common is to use a dedicated box (PIII or better) with 2 NICs and configure it as a router or a bridge. You can also add a 3rd NIC for a DMZ. If you don't have a dedicated PC, you can install their Re-Router™ software on a non-dedicated box running Windows XP.RussellHltn wrote:How does that work? Is it a computer with two NICs that's placed between the household and the Internet or does it act as a proxy and require you to configure all the clients to use it?
Once installed, there are add-ons (or "apps") you can activate or deactivate to suit your needs. The free version includes: Web Filter, Virus Blocker, Spam Blocker, Ad Blocker, Attack Blocker, Phish Blocker, Spyware Blocker, Firewall Routing & QoS, Intrusion Prevention, Protocol Control, OpenVPN, and Reports
There are also a whole list of commercial apps available for businesses on a subscription basis.
All in all, I'm very impressed with it. When I get a chance, I'm going to give it a full shake out. Thanks marlattrj.