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 to 7.0, which necessitated numerous changes in how things are configured. The change to FreeBSD 7.0 brings improved performance and more hardware support.
If you’re interested in pfSense or if you’re using it in a production environment, you may be interested in the Network Perimeter Redundancy with pfSense presentation that Chris Buechler will be doing at the DCBSDCon 2009.
What do you get when you cross an enterprise-class packet filtering subsystem with a graphical front-end for easy configuration and maintenance? A throbbing headache for commercial vendors like SonicWALL, that’s what.
More details on the presentation can be found here.