ISDN Router allows you to convert old hardware into a secure masquerading ISDN router, including caching nameserver, IP Port Forwarding, and on-demand channel bundling. The system fits onto a single disk, and users can change the configuration through a simple menu-based system (on the console or over telnet) and store it permanently on the disk.
Release Notes: Support for IP Port Forwarding, on-demand channel bundling, ICQ masquerading, and more hardware (Winbond W6692 ISDN card, SMC Ultra/Ultra32 NICs) has been added. The config utility can activate new settings on the fly, and is accessible over telnet. Walldns speeds up reverse DNS queries on the LAN.
Release Notes: Support for on-demand channel-bundling, which increases the bandwidth to 128KBit/s when necessary.
Release Notes: Support for more hardware was added. A 2.0.39pre1 patch which fixes a remotely exploitable problem in the TCP/IP stack was added. Masquerading timeouts were increased, the number of ports allocated to masquerading was increased, and Squid is disabled for now.
Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.