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Internet Access Managment

NetAccess is a system for managing the Internet connections for the clients of a small ISP, the computers of a school, the staff of an office, etc. It is made up of a Linux system that is configured to be gateway/router for a LAN of client computers. The configuration of this gateway box is done by some network scripts, and it can be managed through a Web application that is installed in it. The administrator can also use this Web application to allow or disallow the clients to access the Internet.

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