Re: Software Firewalls

From: Kevin Reiter (
Date: 10/02/05

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    Date: Sat, 01 Oct 2005 23:42:55 -0400

    falvarez wrote:
    > I have tried lot of firewalls, (PIX, CheckpionT; Junipeer), and the best
    > solution has been PF+FreeBSD+DUmmynet, incredible uh!

    Two more *BSD-based firewalls are m0n0wall [1] and pfSense [2]. Both
    are based on FreeBSD, have web interfaces for configuration, and support
    the usual stuff (NAT, pf, etc.)

    An interesting thing about pfSense is the fact that it's based on m0n0wall.


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