Actually from the original post it is not clear if it is a standalone wireless router or a combined ADSL wireless router. It is also not possible for you to know, so your point about my not reading the original post is purely flame. In fact, it is clear you did not actually read my post.
He clearly states "I also have a wireless router that provides DHCP", so in fact you did not read his post properly indeed and you can dry your tears as there is no need to cry about flaming.
I went on to talk about my situation where I am using a combined ADSL wireless router, and posed the question about how this would be handled
but thought for my own setup I'd have...
So you're giving advice while you don't even know how to set your own situation up, nice!
The second point of my post is that asking someone to change their content filter just because they want to put in LMCE does not seem reasonable. It also discourages people from using LMCE if it putting it in is an "all or nothing" situation. Perhaps it would be more productive to talk about whether there is any way to address the networking and content filter rather than just flaming me (again). Other people seem to be able to talk about this normally and be helpful to both the original poster and me (thanks Colin!).
Have you done extensive marketing research on what encourages or discourages people from using LMCE? No? I didn't think so either, so that is just your personal opinion (basicly a gift-wrapped turd). And keep winging about flaming, you big girls blouse, and I'll show you what flaming really is.
It is not as if I have not been documenting what I have been doing and trying to assist other users. I just happen to think that there are contradictions inherent in LMCE.
I'll reccomend you for a nice LMCE ribbon, maybe a medal even.
If you don't like some of my opinions, well that is your prerogative. But every post from you is aggressive and a personal attack. And not just to me. You have also edited my Wiki contributions to scare people off from using the information that both I and other people have used to make our LMCE systems work better (case in point, the entry on updating the kernel, which you wrote "would cause the system to become unstable", whereas following the procedures actually has made my system much more stable).
Cry me a fucking river you annoying twat. And yes your precious wiki page will break the system (as irrelevant as dragging it into this discussion is), so excuse me for warning the people that think it is the official way to go.