As a novice to diy firewall appliances I would appreciate your thumbnail comparison of IPfire v pfSense [v IPcop (mentioned a few posts down)]. The request is RPi topical as i have some parent/child concerns about RPi as interweb device given ease of swapping out SD. One of the two or both should allow rules requiring use of particular NS resolver but articles on the topic presuppose familiarity I lack. Searching the interweb has become irksome with high volumes of spam results and "articles" which exist to churn ads.error404 wrote:pfSense is by far my favourite router for small to medium sized setups
I'd like to learn more about that. If you have some URLs up your bookmark sleeve that'd be great.fusiooon wrote: make the LAN port a trunk port and use tagged VLANs to separate traffic.
ohh. Nonetheless I would like to glean a bit of wisdom.Arne.F wrote:IPFire is a IPCop fork which is also available for ARM.
That following this harsh critique is inspiring:Arne.F wrote:Today i have released a first testing-image of IPFire for Raspberry Pi.
IPFire is a IPCop fork which is also available for ARM.
http://planet.ipfire.org/post/ipfire-on ... first-test
And wow, arne.f, continues chugging away at RPi IPfire:- SoC that is working on the RPi board is old. I mean really ooooold.
- not make benefit of a fast GPU
- LAN ports are connected to the USB bus which causes very poor performance.
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