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Linux Router Project (LRP) n.:
"LRP is intuitively obvious to the casual linux developer...
but with help from http://lrp.c0wz.com, almost anyone can fake it."
--Jeff Newmiller (LRP Mailing List)
CCNA/Linux expert looking for work. Please see http://www.richardonanian.com for more info.
For live LRP discussion, connect your IRC client to irc.openprojects.net and join #lrp. If you don't know what irc is, see mIRC's site or this information page.
Please check the LRP Troubleshooting Request HowTo before joining, like you
would before asking a question on the LRP list.
Other LRP tools and sites
Search for the solutions to your trouble
The "bullets" to the left of each entry are now color coded for what version of LRP they apply to (Only works in Netscape 4.x):
LRP 2.9.x Materhorn/Eiger Other LRP version Not version specific Not LRP specific
Meta-sites: (Single sites that fit into more than one category) and LRP/LEAF developer sites
Summary of current LRP versions and derivatives, and what they are, as of 12/04/2000
LRP Firewall FAQ, a short-and-sweet on firewalling
Note: This section will grow as I migrate links from other sections here.
- LEAF (Linux Embedded Appliance Firewall) is a site where LRP derivatives can work together with eachother, and
where LRP documentation and other contributions can be found.
- lrp.steinkuehler.net (Mirrors: 1 2 3)
is the home of the Eigerstein series; it contains documentation, packages, images, and more.
- Jack Coates's site has quite useful docs and some good packages.
- Todd Horsman's LRP site has a difficult to find odds and ends -- specific disk images, modules, packages..
Documentation directory on this server
LRP 2.9.4 HowTo, by Brian Boonstra with contributions by others, with detailed step-by-step instructions on how to start using LRP
- LRP 2.9.8 howto
- New! EigerStein2Beta Config Manual looks quite complete, including
help with SeaWall, sshd, putty, and so on.
- LRP FAQ list
"Why use LRP?" is a very frequently asked question. Here's the answer.
Read the Troubleshooting Request
HowTo for instructions on the proper way to ask for help with Official
LRP releases. Read this alternate version for LEAF (EigerStein and Oxygen) releases.
How to tell if you have been unsubscribed from the list, or if the list is down.
xDSL HowTo by Jack Coates (Applies to many Ethernet -> Ethernet routing situations)
Load Balancing HowTo by Jack Coates.
How to setup a shared printer using samba -- use your LRP as a windows print server!
How to setup an LRP disk with DiskOnChip and ORiNOCO wireless card support
LRP Boot Disk Howto includes good help for floppy troubles (Local mirror is hopefully faster)
Ideas for how to make more disk space available for your LRP system w/o making sacrifices.
"Newbieized Help File" for LRP
Brief instructions for setting up a basic masqing firewall with Materhorn
Quick-Start doc for those who can already do it with a full distribution, and want to learn LRP.
PPP Persistant help from the LRP mailing list archive
PPP Dial On Demand help from the LRP mailing list achive
BYTE article on how to set up LRP for PPP/Dial On Demand
Another BYTE article, this one adds DHCP and 100baseT cards
ZDNet article on how to setup LRP for cable/DSL
Hard Disk HowTo - Everything you need to know to turn that 100 Meg high-tech paperweight IDE drive into storage for your LRP system.
Token Ring HowTo by Czar
Notes on LRP kernel modules explaining what many modules do
Compiling programs for LRP
PASV FTP servers behind IP Masquerading help
More PASV FTP server behind IP Masquerading help
FTP and firewalls PDF document explains in detail.
Using Multiple Networks with Eigerstein
Using an Iomega Zip drive with LRP
EigerStein DMZ v1.1 Proxy ARP installation
More LRP documentation at Charles Steinkuehler's site
Non-LRP-Specific Linux and other documentation:
How to change your [MAC/ethernet/hardware] address using 'ip' or 'ifconfig'
TCP/IP Primer explains TCP/IP good for a basic understanding
Some explanations in jpg and pdf format -- An IPChains quick reference,
and explanations of FTP and packet logs.
Netmask explanation helps you understand how netmasks work
ipchains homepage and info
Networking documentation for kernel 2.2 (answers "What happened to ipfwadm, route, arp, and my favorite networking thingy?")
Linux 2.4 Advanced Routing Howto is a deceptive name for this document which describes usage and features of the 'ip' command that replaces familiar ifconfig, route, arp, and others in Materhorn and Eiger
More 2.2 networking dox by someone else - these look a little easier to understand.
The site containing the above link, which has some good notes, and a good documentation directory...
Warning to @home users about @home port-scanning them.
Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is the place to go for all sorts of IP reference material
Table of contents for the next link:
Acceptable magic numbers that go into internetworking protocol packet fields. Useful in decoding packet filter and PortSentry logs. ("Was that an attack or should I have let that packet in?")
Protocol Numbers and Assignment Services (more of the last link's type of info)
Man pages online
The Linux Documentation Project has howtos, man pages, guides, etc... Anyway, it's good.
Man pages at Linuxdoc, in many languages, and links to searchable man pages elsewhere.
Yet another online man page site
Browsable man pages instead of having to search; at Tucows.
More online man pages, browse and search
ATX Auto-poweron instructions
Traffic Shaping article on SecurityFocus (Local mirror sans frames)
How to browse Windows shares through routers
How to disable automatic screen blanking in LRP or any distribution, without having to use setterm
How to use LRP as a hub for those of us who have a million ethernet cards and no hubs
How to compress your LRP kernel with UPX
Proxy ARP mini howto applicable to most Linux 2.2 systems
Sshd LRP mini howto by Steven Peck (Also, see
his site for the latest version of the howto and a new LRP 2.9.8 howto that he's working on)
How to add users to your LRP system (applies similarly to most UNIX systems, in fact)
Multi-disk LRP instructions for LRP 2.9.4
Another multi-disk howto from the mailing list
PPP Server setup Mini-HowTo tells you how to use LRP as a PPP server
Port Forwarding mini-HowTo for LRP
How to add modules to a LRP 2.9.4 system Taken from a mailing-list message by Jeff Newmiller
Multiple Ethernet Card mini-howto
How to roll a Materhorn + M-Systems Disk-On-Chip kernel
How to use Oidentd on a Materhorn system in masquerading situations (From mailing list)
How to use loadlin to boot LRP on a hard drive (From mailing list)
How to create .lrp packages
LRP Ethernet Bridge Mini HowTo by Steven R. Hanna
How to deal with dates, times, and ntp in LRPby Charles Steinkuehler
How to make your workstation access your server through the real IP address that they are both masqueraded behind (currently only tested on Materhorn)
How to use Apache Virtualhosting to alleviate the "I can't get my webserver to serve both outside and inside my masqueraded network" problem. :)
How to make difficult apps and protocols work through IP Masquerading (learn what ports to allow and forward, and what else to do)
h.323/Netmeeting help for IP Masquerading and NAT ("How do I make netmeeting work behind my firewall?")
Winmodem info page that lists modems and whether or not they are windmodems, as well as other info of concern to Linux + modem users
Why can't I make long, not-wrapped lines in the text editor?
What are these "martian" errors I'm getting on Materhorn?
"It takes me 3 minutes to make a telnet connection" -- or -- "I was told to fix my nsswitch.conf file" -- or -- "I'm having DNS problems"
Sample ASCII network diagrams for you to base your own on when sending help requests to the list.
Why won't my eexpress module run both of my eexpress cards? (could also apply to other card when one or the other will load, but both won't)
Why does my eepro card give me the error 'eth0: set Rx mode to 1 address.'?
Why can't I use more than one eepro.o cards?
Security:Google security directory
eSecurityOnline looks chock-full of buzzwords and Windows info, but may have something useful...
Angrypacket Security is a general security site with news, info, and links to other sites
Linuxsecurity.com, a general Linux security site
Security Focus is a good place to see the latest security news.
CERT is the definitive security site...
Open Security Solutions
Hacking and Hackers - Computer Security - Information Resource Portal
Intrusion and DOS test page
Linux firewall and security site, including a web-based firewall generator
Robert Graham's InfoSec dox including:
PMFirewall is an ipchains firewall script that would probably work well with LRP.
Seattle Firewall is an ipchains-based firewall script that has been used with LRP.
echowall.lrp is a simple IPChains firewall script for basic non-DMZ masquerading firewalls.
Note: See files section for Matthew Schalit's rc.pf and rc.fpf for use with ipfwadm
Websites that will port-scan or otherwise check you for vulnerabilities:
Google directory of such sites (this link was down, but is back up now)
Cablemodemhelp.com checks more than just open ports
Whitehats.com checks for trojans...
Vulnerabilities.org does Nessus and Nmap scans on you.
Main LRP site containing 'official' info and files (including the new 2.9.8 version)
Charles Steinkuehler's site has lots of help, Eiger disk images, his Eigerstein LRP versions, packages, and even a mirror of this site. Go there! :)
David Douthitt's Oxygen release is a heavily modified, updated and upgraded LRP derived from 2.9.7.
"SuperIdiotImages" (I think these are super images, rather than images for super idiots; but maybe I'm wrong :)
LRP-Based Mini Distribution that goes on a <10mb HD and doesn't use a RAMdisk, and includes the 2.2.11 kernel with some additional tools
Also, see the Byte Magazine articles listed under Documentation above for disk images by columnist Trevor Marshall
LRP-RG (RG="Residential Gateway") is based on older
lrp versions and includes HPNA and Aviator PCMCIA NIC images.
NetNimble WRIP is based on LRP and runs PCMCIA wireless radio cards.
PPPoE images by Kenneth Hadley
Eiger runs on a 2.2.15 kernel. It's author has ceased to support it -- use Eigerstein or Oxygen, or the latest 'official' LRP.
Frazierwall is derived from LRP and Coyote, and runs a 2.2.18 kernel.
Sandro Minola's site has a modified Eigerstein2, with updated dhcpd and dhclient, updated weblet, pre-setup icq port forwarding, and a telnetd. There is also a big howto. The page is written in German. (Mirrors: 1, 2)
2.9.8 image with built-in Cyclades PC-300 support, and a package to add to existing 2.9.8 systems
CISH seems to have started as a shell for LRP users that emulates a commercial router shell, but then became it's own LRP distribution.
modules.lrp for Eigerstein that supports PCMCIA cards
FireWare by Bits Over Atoms is a commercial LRP product
Coyote was previously a commercial LRP disk creation wizard, but the source has been opened.
Koon Wong's LRP Package archive - large LRP package archive (Local mirror)
David Douthitt's package archive is doing a good job catching up to Koon Wong's... :)
LRP "incoming" directory includes many alpha and beta-quality packages that are useful, such as zebra.lrp, exim.lrp, and others
Mike Sensney's LRP files include dig and nslookup binaries, a working mail script, and a few other misc. LRP things
mserver.lrp by Leon Harris (also, local http mirror of this file)
PortSentry 1.01 package from Mike Arnold (Please read the note about psentry)
ipx.lrp by Czar [Currently broken. Please ignore.]
SETI@Home client .lrp package
VNC Viewer LRP package
Files directory on this server
Ciped is used for Crypto IP Encapsulation which is helpfull for creating a Virtual Private Network (VPN) (read the Cipe + IP Masquerading HowTo):
Ciped for Eiger, including cipe module for Linux 2.2.16
Files required to fix ae so that it works in vi mode properly (experimental)
Legacy command wrappers for Linux 2.2 based LRP (such as ifconfig or route)
Bpalogin LRP package for Telstra BPA Cable customers (and documentation)
Jacques Nilo LRP packages including dnscache.lrp, tinydns.lrp, djbutils.lrp, and a french keyboard support package, as well as documentation on building dns .lrp packages.
Updated dhclient, multi298, psentry packages by Jonathan French
qmail.lrp by Jacques Nilo - small, very secure SMTP MTA
vmailmgr.lrp by Jacques Nilo - manages multiple users and domains on a single qmail box. Also includes an auto-responder.
openssh.lrp by Jaques Nilo
LRP-Webcam -- kinda of old, allows you to use a LRP with a Connectix QuickCam as a webcam.
Wavelan support for LRPs running kernel 2.2.16
2.2.19 kernels for LRP and modules
Winbond 840 module for 2.2.16. See http://www.scyld.com/network/ethercard.html for info.
Updated eepro.o for 2.2.16 kernels (see long description)
Updated 3c90x.o [list of supported cards]
2.2.18 kernel for LRP, one for pentium, one for 486; also a disk image
LRP 2.9.4 modules
Updated tulip.o module
Updated rtl8139.o module
LRP 2.9.4 default kernel and modules (Linux 2.0.36pre15)
LRP 2.9.4 kernel tarball
Linux 2.0.38 patched for LRP and serial console and it's modules
Materhorn kernel and modules (Linux 2.2.13)
Linux 2.2.15pre17 LRP kernel for systems without math coprocessor/FPU
Linux 2.2.16 kernel, patches, readme for Eiger
Linux 2.2.18 kernels for LRP by George Metz
Tulip.o v4.1, and a couple other misc. pieces.
Packet Filtering Firewall script by Matthew Schalit (If you have trouble with that download, try this)
Fast Packet Filter script also by Matthew Schalit (again, alternate download)
LRP Package of the above two scripts
Script that loads packages on an already-booted LRP system
Another script that backs up packages loaded with the above script
Mkrtrfd, a LRP floppy disk creator script, can be found here.
rawrite.exe writes images to floppy disks on Windows and DOS computers. You may have to rename some files to the 8.3 format before trying to use rawrite with them.
rawread.exe reads floppy disks to an image - make your disk into an "idiot-image".
Win32 version of the rawread/rawrite utilities that supports long filenames (local mirror of program and source).
Reportedly does not support large-format floppies.
Windows GUI scp client (freeware)
Another Windows GUI scp client that may be better
PuTTY, a ssh client for Windows, and pscp, the only known scp client for Windows. This may be illegal in the US or other countries. Use at your own risk.
MindTerm is a Java ssh program, including scp, which has been tested and works in Windows.
Roaring Penguin is a free PPPoE client for Linux, and has successfully been used in LRP
.ISO images, notably Debian Slink r4, on this server; probably _very_slow_. [Was broken, now fixed.]
Other tools and sitesJava LRP Status Monitor
List of small Operating Systems and other interesting stuff
10mb .tar.gz file of lots of jumper setting diagrams. Mirror list and better description
ISDN on LRP!
Martin Wheldon's LRP+ISDN Support page includes links, documentation, kernels, and packages
Network and subnet calculator hosted locally (thanks, A-Tech!)
Network and subnet calculators (Try it!)
Another, possibly more capable subnet calc
An automatic Coyote disk generator (Source for that)
*BROKEN* Java-based IRC client puts you in the new LRP channel
NIC Config programs for Linux. Someone should make .lrp packages out of these.
More Linux NIC stuff from above site
Read this before choosing a DSL ISP.
Find DSL in your area!
Busybox is a program that replaces most commands that are required by a small linux distribution like LRP.
Embedded Linux site, including an embedded Linux howto
Internet JunkBuster removes ads, cookies, etc.
Linux Virtual Server Project for distributing large loads over many servers. Their links page has many good related inks.
Donald Becker's Linux Network Drivers site
Free/dynamic DNS sites and similar - Please email me suggestions for this section
EZ-IPUpdate.lrp can attach you to some of these.
GraniteCanyon free DNS
ODS free/dynamic DNS
DHS free/dynamic DNS
CJB free/dynamic DNS, URL redirection
DynDNS free/dynamic DNS, URL redirection, has linux clients
NameZero free .com, .net, .org domains...with strings attached
EU.org free .eu.org domains.
dyn.ca free/dynamic DNS in Canada, eh? (Note: Don't use this service!)
DNS2Go Free/dynamic DNS
DTDNS free/dynamic DNS
Microtech free/dynamic DNS
Free secondary DNS
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Send comments, suggestions, whatever to email@example.com and I'll listen. Questions about
LRP should be sent to the LRP mailing list.
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