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Suggestions for firewall

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Hi guys, i think i'm in need of a good firewall, i need some suggestions (or the one u use)

Thanks in advance
    
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I just use the windows one. If you are using a router, you already have a built in firewall.
    
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Go LINUX!!! Use a computer and install Smoothwall. This program will give you routing, proxy, firewall everything. You could just use a program like Zone-alarm or sonic firewall.
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I'm a big fan of IPcop. it can run on any old p2 computer and it's incredibly stable. good support for VPNs too. also, monowall is very good.
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