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Which linux kernel to use which has all the networking related drivers.like nat,dhcp,dns and others. please help....
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    Which linux kernel to use which has all the networking related drivers.like nat,dhcp,dns and others.
    please help.

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    Well, depending on your hardware, I'd say that the newer kernels (last 2 or 3 releases) are the way to go.
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    That depends on what hardware you have and what you want to do. NAT, DHCP, DNS are well supported and as you know Linux is big and that's why we have the modular Kernel which means that you can add module to it and you'll have support for something you need.

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    Most Distros allow of a choice of the type of install and give options for that of a Server or Development, etcetera at installation time.. So what I'm saying is the solution could just be to choose the right Distro. CentOS and Scientific might be worth looking into.

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