On May 5, 2005, at 8:11 AM, Toshiki Kaifu wrote:
>> Has anyone developed somenthing m0n0(BSD or Wall) based only with
> wireless options?
> Have you had a look at http://www.wifibsd.org/ ?
> An idea would be to apply m0n0wall's php+xml concept to wifiBSD.
>> This would be a great project. I've been looking at the documentation
> and the hackers guide of m0n0BSD and try to start this project, but I'm
> not a BSD expert and I also got the thought that those docs were a bit
> outdated, but they are a nice start. Does anyone has a 5.x FreeBSD
I've got a -current (6.0) based nanobsd with a web gui strongly
reminiscent of m0n0/pfsense
that I'm putting together.
Why 6.0? WPA and a bunch of other stuff that you *really want* on a
wireless device (such
as an AP).
Why nanobsd? That way I get to build from source and/or use the
freebsd packages system to
add in functionality, like OLSR or the 802.1x authenticator, etc.
i.e. its closer to freebsd than 'WiFiBSD'.
Sans some functionality, it should be trivial to backport to 5.4.