[nycbug-talk] soho router options (soekris?)

Pete Wright pete
Tue Jan 25 21:24:58 EST 2005

On Tue, Jan 25, 2005 at 09:15:09PM -0500, Marc Spitzer wrote:
> Since things have quited down here, let me pour gas on the coals:
> We should use NetBSD for the OS and not OpenBSD and here is why:
> 1: ease of development, XEN allows us to do qa work on 1 computer and
> you do not have to buy a soukris box to do it, or have it handy when
> you can work on it.
> 2: Of the big 3 BSD's it is the one with the most design time on being embeded
> 3: There are several very good NetBSD people in NYC, it might come in handy
> 4: carp is just not an issue, If you have that much need of up time
> then you need a support contract and multple lines in from different
> providers.

those are pretty convincing arguments, how is pf support in netbsd 2.0?  i've
never run it (assuming we would still want to use pf).


Peter Wright
pete at nomadlogic.org

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