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Old 17th July 2007, 03:40 AM
afakhtux Offline
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router can't connect

hi, i'm from indonesian, i already installed my PC with fedora 1 and i want it that pc as router with 2 NIC, i already set ipaddress that i get from my ISP in eth0, but when i connect, why fedora say that is disconnect, or maybe when i first install i use firewall enabled, so how to disabled the firewall, thanks anyway
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Old 17th July 2007, 05:05 AM
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Support for FC1 was dropped long ago. There have not been any security updates for it for a long time. There is also a very limited pool of people who still remember specifics about FC1. Please do yourself and the community a favor and update to a supported version (at least FC6).

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