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 From:  Tor Bechmann Sorensen <tor at studentergaarden dot dk>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Is a m0n0wall the right choice for my institution? Follow-up questions.
 Date:  Thu, 30 Jun 2005 09:09:30 +0200
First, I'd like to thank all of you for responding to my mail, and 
thanks for supporting my caus. I have sifted through the answers and 
come up with a couple of follow-up questions.

By now I am pretty convinced that m0n0wall is stable enough for my 
(anyones?) need, and that hardware failure would be the usual cause of 

Justin, I read the post you linked to and it's reply, as well as the 
link to the freebsd page. If I read it correctly, the low performance in 
the benchmarks from the FAQ, was caused by a freebsd bug. The bug was 
fixed around december 2004, and the fixed version of freebsd has since 
been integrated into m0n0wall. However, I cannot confirm this from the 
m0n0wall changelog, and I found a a posts on the mailing list 
dating dec. 2004, which seems to contradict this, but then again, at 
that time the fixed freebsd might not have made its way to m0n0wall yet.

So, can you confirm that the VPN1211+Soekris performance is now fixed? 
And does this apply to the VPN1411, which is the version that seems to 
be available now? And does it apply to m0n0wall 1.11? Sorry to keep 
"pushing" this, but it's quite important for me to get as clear as 
possible about this.

Kasper, thanks for correcting my vocabulary ;) I'll be emailing WRAP 
soon, but their homepage lists the WRAPs as being available from July 
20th, and I need to get this going during July, so probably I'll be 
going for a Soekris. I guess I could implement a Soekris now and then 
buy a WRAP later to implement VPN, and to have handy as a backup in case 
the Soekris should fail (i.e. to make the management happy).

Tor Bechmann Sorensen