Greetings, I am now in charge of maintaining the IT for a small radio station. There are probably about 10 computers running max, maybe 6 or 7. Anyways, the previous tech had alot of his methods and one of them was using ipcop. I am not familiar with ipcop and was wondering if it is really necessary and if a normal good firewall router would suffice.
I plan to have all of the machines on their own static IP and probably use a registered domain to connect to them remotely. Or maybe zoneedit with its little ip update utility.
Im a big fan of just keeping things simple and I figure that if I know all the ips of the computers and know exactly which ports are open on my router then Im on par. Additionally I may specify in VNC to only allow certain remote IP addresses.
I would appreciate anyones suggestions or thoughts.