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Category Archives: M0n0wall
LinuxReality.com (a site with Linux related podcasts – similar to the BSD focused bsdtalk.blogspot.com) has posted a podcast (episode 84) that focuses on Linux and (network) security. In this episode Paul Asadoorian and Larry Pesce of the Pauldotcom Security Weekly … Continue reading
On the <a href=”http://digitalunderground.tv/”>Digital Underground</a> (episode 4) <em>Frank Linhares</em> and <em>Mike Lazazzera</em> discuss the open source FreeBSD based M0n0wall (from minute 34:03). Other subjecs discussed are: Windows UI Hacking, MythTV and revive an old iPod <a href=”http://www.metacafe.com/watch/937256/digital_underground_episode_4/”>Digital Underground – Episode … Continue reading
A new beta release (1.5) of m0n0wall 1.3 has been released. The development changelog of the FreeBSD-based mini firewall lists the following improvements: Added siproxd for transparent SIP proxying and masquerading and simple registrar service added vr(4) driver VLAN fix … Continue reading
When it comes to firewalls, most people are fine with a consumer grade solution like a Linksys, Netgear or D-Link “router,” but these devices lack in features. With a Pentium II 200MHz processor and 1GB of RAM, you can create … Continue reading
Michael Iedema has posted details of a new FreeBSD based Asterisk OS(AskoziaPBX) forked from m0n0wall: Greetings everyone, I’ve been working on a (yet another) “all-in-one” Asterisk based project. It is aimed at embedded / low power systems (but scales fine … Continue reading
M0n0wall 1.3Beta4 Released – Full changelog here
Centipede Networks has recently entered a partnership with BSD Perimeter to offer commercial support for two important free software projects, pfSense and m0n0wall. The Free Software Magazine talked to Jeff Starkweather (CEO of Centipede Networks), Chris Buechler (BSD Perimiter’s CTO) … Continue reading
The third beta release of m0n0wall 1.3, a FreeBSD-based firewall, is now available for download. From the changelog: added voucher support to captive portal (mwiget); wireless LAN improvements; allow dashes in alias names; added hidden option to disable auto-generation of … Continue reading