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Category Archives: M0n0wall
Stumbled upon m0n0wall-CMI today, a web-based centralised management interface to manage m0n0wall devices remotely. It’s the result of an internal needs inside the TI Automotive firm that is now given to open source community; This work is licensed under the … Continue reading
m0n0wall 1.233 is now available. This version fixes an issue with some PPPoE-based ISPs (most notably AT&T/BellSouth). Download v1.233
A common misconception about pfSense is that it is intended as a rival to m0n0wall as a BSD-based firewall system, since they are similar in structure and goals. This is not the case; some developers even contribute to both projects. … Continue reading
The m0n0wall project now offers a couple of screencasts that walk you through different configuration steps of a m0n0wall. Since pfSense is based on m0n0wall, some of them apply to pfSense as well. Carla Schroder from Serverwatch.com recommended m0n0wall in … Continue reading
Another beta for m0n0wall. The eighth. This beta release fixes an issue with some PPPoE-based ISPs (most notably AT&T/BellSouth). MPD and PHP were updated. Two DHCP server options are exposed through the Web GUI. Please note that the 1.3b8 image … Continue reading
2007 is over. It was a very successful year for open source software and another 12 interesting months have passed for FreeBSD. In this post I want to look back at 2007 and see how FreeBSD faired, what happened in … Continue reading
A 7th beta has been released of M0n0wall, fixing some serious bugs that slipped in Beta6: fixed: kernel panic when using IPsec and the traffic shaper at the same time fixed: SIP proxy when using PPPoE/PPTP mode on WAN interface … Continue reading