Hi all :-)

> It does allow to convert any PC with 2 network connections into a simple
> router, and thus it would give FreeDOS another usage on a machine.

While this is indeed a very fancy use for DOS, I would like
to remind you that a typical router (with built-in DSL modem
and other stuff) has the size of a large cigar box and takes
only 5 Watts of electrical power, much better than a PC :-).
Better use DOS to surf the web than to route it ;-).


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