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How To : Configure Ubuntu as a Router

INTRODUCTION

If you are having two network interface cards or some other component that connects you to the internet along with a network interface card installed in your ubuntu system, it can be transformed into an immensely powerful router. You can establish basic NAT (Network Address Translation), activate port forwarding, form a proxy, and prioritize traffic observed by your system so that your downloading stuff do not intervene with gaming. This article will explicate setting up your ubuntu system as a router which can later be configured as a firewall with prior knowledge of 'IPTables'. The resulting setup will help you to control traffic over ports and make your system less vulnerable to security breaches.

 

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