pfSense development in 2011

pfSense development in 2011

Recently I contacted lead developers of different FreeBSD based projects and asked them about their development plans and ideas for 2011. Yesterday we looked at PC-BSD, let’s now see what the pfSense developers have in store. As most of you will be...

M0n0wall vs pfSense vs NanoBSD

This shows how secure and rock-solid FreeBSD is. Makura no Soshi was running FreeBSD 4.11 as fil ter ing net work bridge, and thinking of upgrading, he’s compared the pros and cons of  m0n0wall, pfSense and NanoBSD. In the end he decided to go with NanoBSD. Thus...
m0n0wall 1.31 Released

m0n0wall 1.31 Released

Manual Kasper has announced the release of m0n0wall 1.31. This is a quick summary of the changes since 1.3: various IPv6 improvements (in DNS forwarder, DHCPv6, AYIYA, etc.) bridge “disable spoof check” option (for non-m0n0wall DHCP and multicast)...
Released: m0n0wall 1.3

Released: m0n0wall 1.3

Manuel Kasper has announced m0n0wall 1.3. “After almost three years in beta, I have decided that m0n0wall 1.3 is now good enough for production. It’s basically a re-release of 1.3b18, with two fixes thrown in. No major bugs have been reported anymore, but...
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