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Category Archives: pfSense
Jake describes his experiences with router systems pfSense and Check Point After been using the CheckPoint safe@office in a live environment for almost two month I have now decided to go back to using my homebuilt pfSense firewall. Both firewalls … Continue reading
Cisco products are generally good and reliable, but often expensive. RickC had some issues with a Cisco firewall and takes the free pfSense for a spin, and he loves it… Is that surprising? … Enter PFSense - the BSD-based firewall distro closely … Continue reading
The pfSense Team had their ’09 hackaton recently with 7 developers working hard on v2.0. Judging from feedback, changelog and the 2.0 dashboard sneak peek, this was a successful get-together.
The pfSense 2009 hackaton, which started on Saturday, can be followed live on http://hackaton.pfsens.org. You can also join the chat by using the Java viewer embedded on the page or head over to irc.freenode.net and join #pfsense-hackathon. For other FreeBSD … Continue reading
In this episode Peter Giannoulis joins from TheAcademyPro.com. Chris Gerling is back in studio talking about USB Device Tracking, and Matt is building the new HakHouse firewall/router with PFsense. To check the pfSense section, skip to minute 16:53 Watch of … Continue reading
Scott Ullrich of the pfSense project announced the switch of the builder system over to FreeBSD 7.1. Currently version is 1.2.3-PRERELEASE-TESTING. Daily builds can be downloaded here.