Chris Buechler said:
> The only time I'd recommend a commercial solution over m0n0wall
> is when there's some specific custom features that the client needs
> that can't be found in a non-commercial system.
I'm using m0n0wall to provide VPN service on a WISP (wannabe).
The VPN works, the IPSec tunnel between m0n0's works,
and recently I got port-forwarding working, so I can
soon phase out my pebble linux router.
In daylight, I'm a mild-mannered ...programmer
for a hospital. They are a Nortel shop.
I would love to hear about people's experience in
choosing m0n0wall instead of Nortel or as a replacement
for Nortel or other commercial product.
When I mentioned m0n0wall to the big boss, he asked
how it handles routes. I takie it he means large
scale routing tables. I guess Nortel has tools for this?
(I am not in networks, I am just a serious sysadmin
on their network :-)