While m0n0wall doesn't support the Altheros chip required for G, it still
lives very happily on my home network running the Netgate 2511 card,
d=7623b3dcd897a. While it is only B, it works very well for me. I have it
running on a Soekris 4511 on its own subnet, I can PPTP to my LAN with my
laptop to transfer files or print. A few of my neighbors occasionally use it
but I don't mind. With captive portal and traffic shaping, my line is never
flooded and I know who is using it. M0n0wall just plain rocks no matter how
you use it! :-)
> On 6/16/06, mailme at bryen dot com <mailme at bryen dot com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm new to this M0n0wall deal but I'd like to give it a
> shot and see
> > how I can use it to rebuild my home network perimeter and test it
> > before deploying it on several business networks that I support.
> > I looked at Soekris and saw some interesting devices I
> could use with
> > M0n0wall, but none come with wireless. I'd like to hear
> what everyone
> > else has tried and what their recommendations are. Links to actual
> > vendors also appreciated. :-)
> Netgate.com ...just one vendor, but one I have a preference for.
> m1n1 w/o wireless, preloaded ready to, CF & memory included ...
> $225.00 + shipping
> Note there is a wireless add-on for $75.00. You will need to
> use an older image of m0n0wall though. I think 1.2b3 - 1.2b7.
> Current release does not support on-board wireless.
> side note... The genereal concensous though is to use a wired
> access point off the opt1 interface, although of the LAN is
> also acceptable.
> This has more to do with ease of configuration with respect
> to m0n0wall AND as a wired AP, you can use the current stable
> release with your choice of AP hardware.
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