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Category Archives: M0n0wall
Manuel Kasper has announced a maintenance version in the m0n0wall 1.3 branch: m0n0wall 1.34. This version includes CSRF-related fixes as well as a few other security-relevant updates. There are no major functionality changes, but those who use the traffic shaper … Continue reading
This tutorial will guide you through copying the m0n0wall image to a compact flash card and the initial configuration of the m0n0wall on the ALIX embedded board. I will be using a VPN accelerator card since I will have about … Continue reading
After eleven months of development, version 1.33 of the FreeBSD-based m0n0wall embedded firewall distribution has been released. Manuel Kasper mentions that m0n0wall 1.33 includes several improvements over previous versions and will probably be the last version based on FreeBSD 6.4. Some of the … Continue reading
Manual Caspar has announced the availability of the second beta of m0n0wall 1.33: Another beta is ready – there is now a new image type called “generic-pc-serial”, which differs from generic-pc by always using the serial console (on COM1 at … Continue reading
Recently I contacted lead developers of different FreeBSD based projects and asked them about their development plans and ideas for 2011. Yesterday we looked at PC-BSD, let’s now see what the pfSense developers have in store. As most of you … Continue reading
Next week I’ll be posting a number of posts on what project founders and developers are planning this year for some FreeBSD based operating systems. I’ll be posting on PC-BSD, pfSense, m0n0wall, HeX, MaheshaBSD, Debian GNU/kFreeBSD and maybe a few … Continue reading
LinuxPlanet has a post with some background information of 4 great open source firewall/router projects. Two are Linux-based (endian and smoothwall) and the other two are based on FreeBSD (m0n0wall and pfSense): pfSense pfSense is a customized distribution of FreeBSD. It … Continue reading