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 From:  Kendrick Vargas <ken at hudat dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall dash dev at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall-dev] FreeBSD 6, DHCP Question...
 Date:  Sun, 18 Jun 2006 15:22:38 -0400
I'm in the same situation. I've got like very little FreeBSD experience
and would love a m0n0wall install that did the newer hardware cards. I
downloaded the free vmware player and installed a FreeBSD 4.11 image and
was using that to build my own m0n0wall images. For some reason after
following the instructions for the m0n0 image creation (in the docs), my
image was twice as big as the one on the web site and I'm not sure why.
Not to mention that not everything described in the docs was actually in
the FreeBSD ports (my problem was with the racoon stuff... can you
update the ports from the default install?).

Anyways, I spent last night hacking up the globals.inc and copying files
over from my router to my linux box so I can work on the webgui code. I
am looking to rework the DHCP configuration stuff. I'm curious though
(because I couldn't find it in the documentation), what exactly is the
DHCP Relay, and is it supposed to be able to be on with the DHCP Server
on at the same time? From what I can gather, it relays DHCP requests
from the specified interface to the WAN to let whatever on the WAN to
serve the requests? So I'm thinking it shouldn't be on at the same time
as the DHCP server for a given interface... right?

Dan Bond wrote:
> Is it not possible for you to stick images up and people with
> wrap/net4800 can feed back testing results? I would love to have a
> play with the alphas since am currently trying and loving pfsense but
> it's not perfect for me and m0n0 is.
> Dan
> On 18/06/06, Jonathan De Graeve <Jonathan dot De dot Graeve at imelda dot be> wrote:
>> I think its time M0n0wall moves to BSD6.x ;) and with it 2 sorts of
>> images:
>> 1) lightweight embedded image (the current m0n0wall, BSD6) for PC,
>> Wrap,Soekris,cdrom
>> 2) enterprise embedded image (the current m0n0wall, BSD6 + dynamic
>> routing support) for PC, cdrom (no wrap/soekris)
>> I definitely want to help with the porting but I need a soekris/wrap for
>> the testing of it.
>> J.
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