Yes, Ive gone to the stage of combining the two as well, I have a WRAP box
running m0n0BSD sitting on my roof providing OSPF routing over the SOWN
(Southampton Open Wireless Network) network. Then a crossover cable down to a
DMZ interface on my m0n0wall box to allow wireless users access to the
internet via m0n0's truely first class bandwidth throttler.
Both obviously have different roles as m0n0wall isnt primarily designed to be
a router (no OSFP or RIP) and m0n0BSD isnt designed to be a firewall (no IPF).
On the whole m0n0wall consulting thing, at the end of the day Manuel and the
rest of the team have built a truely superb product, but as an opensource
project it cant directly generate revenue. However support in setup and use is
one area where people/companies could require assistance. As long a people
dont see selling m0n0 as a "get rich quick" scheme and can contribute in some
way to ensure m0n0wall's continued existance then its win win for everyone
Quoting Bob Ney <bney at quiknet dot com>:
> If all you want to do is routing, with no firewall rules, and you dont
> a unix shell plus a cisco like
> interface the try the monoBSD which comes with
> the zebra routing package built in. That will run RIP, OSPF, or BGP quite
> nicely. I use this
> in my wireless network. I replaced the Teletronics firmware with it and it
> is much more stable.
> The teletronics wireless units run on an oem Soekris board.