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MHz
25-06-2006, 16:21
Hello,

Is there already a virusscanner for the WL500G Deluxe that scans for virusses (maybe in real-time)

Barnosch
25-06-2006, 17:06
no afaik there is no scanner available.

Normally a Virusscanner is client-side.
Except expensive Firewallsolutions scan for Viruses.
But i think it would be even to much for the hardware from our beloved router to scan (in real-time)

MHz
27-06-2006, 16:19
OK, that's okay. But I woul'd have liked it if it was possible.

MoD
27-06-2006, 18:23
OK, that's okay. But I woul'd have liked it if it was possible.
I succefully tested clamav. the scan speed was about 1 MB/s. Not very fast:o

MHz
28-06-2006, 08:43
OK, do you have any instructions on howto install that?

Antiloop
28-06-2006, 08:51
I succefully tested clamav. the scan speed was about 1 MB/s. Not very fast:o
Isn't clamav for mail scanning?

MHz
28-06-2006, 14:39
I don't know. By The Way, is it possible to run an email server on the wl500g dlx?

MHz
29-06-2006, 15:40
Anyone, please??

Antiloop
29-06-2006, 16:27
Anyone, please??
should be..
what do you want it to do?

serve as SMTP and/or POP3 ?

and did you look in the IPKG list?

MHz
29-06-2006, 17:50
What I want is to have my own mail server so if you create an account it will be:

myadress@myserver.com

And I didn't take a look at the IPKG list, because I don't know were to find it.

Randale91
30-06-2006, 08:23
For security reasons and power reasons a mail server do not have to run on a router !!!!!
(or a virus scanning engine!!!!!!)
Please google for some explanation ......

These ASUS devices are designed to run as a router !!!!
(with some little extensions.....)

If you really want a mailserver put it behind the ASUS device and configure properly a port forwarding.

I strongly advice you, if you are not sure what you are doing, and it seems so, because you are asking for these features on the small ASUS device,
please install a seperate server behind the ASUS router.

I know that the ipkg system is very easy to use, but you have to understand a little bit more of cpu and memory consumption;
and in addition LINUX organisation of swap and TCP connection rules and so on....

Just my to cents....