I think it's very cool - I've also added it to the FreeDOS web page as
a news item.  However, it's very specific as to what it does - you use
it to set up a NAT in your home (or small office.)  So I don't know
that it would serve a lot of value to put it into the FreeDOS software
list (which becomes the template for the next Distribution) because it
serves such a small niche.


On 5/14/07, Bernd Blaauw <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Roberto Mariottini schreef:
> > Hi,
> > I've found this little software called the Internet Extender:
> >
> > http://www-acc.scu.edu/~jsarich/ieweb/main.htm
> >
> > It's a software that transforms any DOS machine in an internet NAT
> > gateway, thus making more computers use the same modem/internet connection.
> >
> > Oh, and it's GPL.
> >
> 1 disk (portable) router, cool. Maybe something for Erwin Veermans to
> add to his NwDsk project :)
> As it's GPL it can be included in a FreeDOS internet section I guess :)
> Somehow I don't see dedicated DOS routing boxes viable though, seems
> like a waste to use a singletasking system for it
> (as a router can have so much more functionality).
> Bernd

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