Michael Zhilin mizhka at freebsd.org
Sun Jan 8 22:57:36 UTC 2017

Hi Chris,

No, it's not yet supported and some work is in progress. I've received my
BPiR1 on 31 of Dec and I plan to work with support of BCM531x5  this month
(it's top of my list).

Best regards,

8 янв. 2017 г. 9:42 PM пользователь "Chris Boley" <ilgtech75 at gmail.com>

> Sorry terrible first post, One of my biggest parts of this query was to
> know if the current arm based BSD release supports that Broadcom (BCM53125)
> chipset for the switch hardware?
> On Sun, Jan 8, 2017 at 1:38 PM, Chris Boley <ilgtech75 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I just purchased a Banana Pi Router with the switch built in. I was truly
> > hoping to traffic shape with this device. It can be done in Linux with
> the
> > tc package, but I was truly hoping to deploy the Freebsd / ARM software
> and
> > do it with that. Does anyone know of any place I can do some reading on
> > this? I have done extensive research on this running regular x86 and
> amd64
> > platforms. I've successfully deployed traffic shaping on other
> > architectures. I was just looking to see if it's even possible to set the
> > kernel up for altq/hfsc on these Pi platforms. I wasn't seeing much about
> > it after doing the googling. I'm waiting on my Pi device to arrive in the
> > mail. If I don't get answers I will just try and see what problems I run
> > into.
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > CB
> >
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