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I would like to use an old Windows 7 box as a filter for my internet traffic. I'd like it to serve as the DHCP server as well so that I don't have to manually setup a proxy/gateway info on all my home network computers.

Does anyone know software to handle this? If I have k9 internet filter installed and manage to route all my traffic through that computer, will it do the trick?

Any tips/suggestions are welcome...

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I would like to use an old Windows 7 box as a filter for my internet traffic

I use Untangle's Lite Package along with OpenDNS. Both are free!

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