On Wed, May 21, 2008 at 8:48 PM, Tim Nelson <tnelson at rockbochs dot com> wrote:
> I really should pick up a vlan capable switch... I'm still running a few various gross desktop
switches here and there at home... :-(
> Interestingly enough, I thought I'd give pfSense a shot for "gits and shiggles" and it boots just
fine recognizing the onboard realtek nic and the two additional interfaces on the pci card. I did
notice though that I still see a "$PIR: ROUTE_INTERRUPT failed." during bootup but it doesn't hang.
Are there significant changes between FreeBSD 6.3(base for monowall 1.3bx series) and FreeBSD
6.2(base for pfSense 1.2-RELEASE series)? I will try a current non-beta version of monowall to see
if it makes any difference.
That's strange, I figured it was either some sort of IRQ handling
issue in that board, or a bug in FreeBSD 6.x. A regression from 6.2 to
6.3 is possible. An additional test would be to try a FreeBSD
6.3/pfSense 1.2 images: