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Category Archives: pfSense
The pfSense project have announced the availability of version 1.2.1: This is a strictly a maintenance release, meaning it contains only bug fixes in the pfSense code, no new features. Though we also upgraded the base OS from FreeBSD 6.2 … Continue reading
Matt Hartley has written an article on Intranet Journal about (in his opinion) the 5 best Linux/BSD Firewall tools: IPCop pfSense M0n0wall SmoothWall Linux LiveCD Router Over the course of recent years, some people have found the quality of most … Continue reading
The PC-BSD Team is pleased to announce the availability of PC-BSD 7.0.2, with an updated FreeBSD 7.1-PreRelease under the hood and the latest KDE 4.1.3. Version 7.0.2 contains a number of bugfixes and improvements. For a full list of changes, … Continue reading
So heres my dilemna for a project I’m working on. I need a rather broad solution covering DNS, proxying, firewalling, VPN (both site to site and LDAP integrated user access), DHCP, supporting multiple DMZ servers along with routing support. This … Continue reading
The m0n0wall and the pfSense projects have released a beta and 2 alpha versions respectively. m0n0wall 1.3 beta 12 is out, containing a new feature: IPv6 support (routing and firewalling). The change log and the download link can be found … Continue reading
The Free Software Magazine has a good howto on installing and setting up pfSense. This guide was written for Linksys, Netgear, and D-link users with no firewall or router experience. No experience is needed with FreeBSD or GNU/Linux to install … Continue reading
These are two more pfSense related news items: Sloan Miller has written an good article on pfSense for the Free Software Magazine Slides from pfSense Tutorial at BSDCanavailable here: from zero to hero with pfSense