Hi Andrew, list,
I would love to see something like m0n0router on the rise :) .
On 25.10.2005, at 13:34, Andrew Lewis wrote:
> Does it need a really routing daemon like quagga? That seems like
> a small addition to the existing platform.
That would be great if quagga could be implemented in something like
the m0n0wall. This would open up a whole new world to m0n0wall. I
think it would also complement nicely to the firewall functions, if
you need them.
> I build Ethernet-driven FreeBSD routers for my Internet connections
> now. I keep multiple units around and rotate them in to service
> every six months or so as FreeBSD releases updates. I would really
> rather use something like m0n0wall which really makes things quick
> and simple.
Add CARP to the wish-list and you have a redundant firewall/router
based on m0n0wall in your network. With this I'm sure m0n0wall could
make some way in the enterprise environment.
> Does anyone else see this potential development path for M0n0wall?
I'm not an active developer, but if m0n0wall is going that way, I
might become an interested contributor.