Dinesh Nair wrote:
> On 11/09/05 08:10 Jim Thompson said the following:
>> So, it will all get tested, and fixed if necessary, and either
>> m0n0wall will go to 6.0 or the Padlock support will get backported to
> i doubt padlock support will be backported to 4.11, given the recent
> release of 6.0-RELEASE. i think the 4.x branch will be left for decay
> in a while, with only bugfix/security updates.
If you're looking for the 4BSD maintainers to add it, then I agree that
its unlikely in the extreme, but Manuel could do the work, and then m0n0
1.2.N could support same. Thats a much shorter path than waiting for
m0n0wall to run on FreeBSD 6.
>> Either way, m0n0wall should be able to pickup support for the fastest
>> (for the money) AES accelerator I can find, which can only help IPSEC
> i'm experimenting with porting over m0n0wall to 6.0 to see if that
> makes any difference. i should have a beta image out by the weekend
> for prelim testing. note this is just a prototype and is adjunct to
> the M0n0wall future discussion we had on these here lists.
Yeah, I knew about that. There is always 'pfTiny' as a base for a
future m0n0wall as well.