FreeBSD as a router

Sean Cavanaugh Millenia2000 at
Fri Jun 12 10:41:04 UTC 2009

I prefer pfSense. it started as a fork of M0n0wall and has since 
incorporated a LOT more features. it uses pf as its filter base and is fully 
expandable using plugins

From: "Derrick Ryalls" <ryallsd at>
Sent: Thursday, June 11, 2009 10:33 AM
To: "Wojciech Puchar" <wojtek at>
Cc: <freebsd-questions at>; "Ivailo Tanusheff" 
<i.tanusheff at>; "Odhiambo ワシントン" <odhiambo at>; 
<owner-freebsd-questions at>; "Anton" <anton at>
Subject: Re: FreeBSD as a router

> You might also check out monowall.  It is a stripped down version of 
> FreeBSD
> that can run off a small flash card and has a web interface.
> On Jun 11, 2009 6:05 AM, "Wojciech Puchar" 
> <wojtek at>
> wrote:
>>> powerful. > > > > Hmm, PF would be better (not IPF) but I hear ipfw ha
> smore features .....
> basicly - if you think ipfw can't do something - read manual again ;)
> exaggerated, but not very much...
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