jhorne at dfwlp.com
Fri Apr 21 15:24:17 UTC 2006
you should check out the fbsd/firewall pfSense. it has exactly what your
talking about built in, and easy to configure. i could go on and on all
day about how great that firewall is... but you should check it out
its built on 6.0.
> In a branch office, I've got two ADSL lines setup (with two different
> ISPs) - one of them are supposed to work as backup line, but since it is
> a ADSL flat fee line, I was wondering if there's a way of setting up
> some sort of a trunk with FreeBSD, so I can make use of the extra
> Obviously, the line should be unaffected if one of the lines go down.
> I've got a FreeBSD firewall/gateway with three interfaces..
> Any ideas ?
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