Hello, for the moment i have find this workaround:
assign 3 ethernet to
the firerwal, 2 vmxnet and 1 vlance for webadministration.
Go to http:
//yourfirewall/exec.php and type this 2 command:
- upload the vmxnet.ko
from the vmware tools for freebsd
- now, load the module kldload -v
In the interfaces now you have vnx0 and vnx1, configure
you firewall to use this interfaces for lan and wan.
I think is
possibile to insert the module in the m0n0 kernel, but i don't know
P.S. I write this message on the mailing list to try to help
anybody have this problem.
one at gmail dot com
Data: 12-gen-2006 1.43 PM
A: "liston at tin dot it"<liston@tin.
Ogg: Re: [m0n0wall] m0n0wall and vmware
I have the same
problem and I have send the mail blow tomorrow to
I'm the one of the many people like to use vmxnet network with
Please inform me too….
invisibel.one to m0n0wall-dev
I use M0n0wall more then a year on
VMware ESX with vlance(10MB full) network
driver and I want to use
vmxnet network driver (100/1000MB) instead of
Is it possible
M0n0wall to provide with VMWare vmxnet driver?
liston at tin dot it <liston at tin dot it> wrote:
> Hi to all.
> I want to run
m0n0wall on vmware esx server.
> If i use the
> vlance network driver
everything is ok, but the network is only at 10
> I want to
use the vmxnet ethernet, 1 gbit, but this requires a
> bsd kernel
module vmxnet.ko, that i have.
> I use m0n0 in internal
> network (to
nat some virtual network in vmware server), so the
> bandwidth is very
> How can i add this module to m0n0wall?
> Can anyone help
> I want to contribute to m0n0 and i want to make a
> patch that
include this driver, so many people may use m0n0 to do nat
between vmware machine.
> Thank you very much.
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