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 From:  Phill R Kenoyer <phill at bmg50 dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  m0n0wall running a LMC or SBE E1/T1 card?
 Date:  Wed, 3 Mar 2004 16:04:39 -0800
I'm wondering if anyone out there has m0n0wall running a LMC/SBE E1/T1 
card?  I would like to replace my main Linux router with m0n0wall. 
Currently I'm moving away from Debian Linux to FreeBSD on all my 
servers.  I have found that FreeBSD is much better for administration 
(Ports Rule).  I have a small server setup with two network cards and a 
LMC1000 (LMC is now SBEi.com).

Maybe someone would be interested in getting it setup for me ($$/Trade)?
	The Specs. http://www.sbei.net/pages/products/wanadapt1t1e1.htm
	The drivers for it are at ftp://ftp.sbei.com/pub/OpenSource/FreeBSD/.

I'm running on a Frame Relay, so the setup is using Netgraph:
	ngctl mkpeer sbe0: frame_relay rawdata downstream; sleep 1
	ngctl mkpeer sbe0:rawdata lmi dlci0 auto0; sleep 1
	ngctl connect sbe0:rawdata sbe0:rawdata.dlci0 dlci1023 auto1023; sleep 
1
	ngctl mkpeer sbe0:rawdata rfc1490 dlci100 downstream; sleep 1
	ngctl mkpeer sbe0:rawdata.dlci100 iface inet inet; sleep 1
	ifconfig ng0 192.168.100.1 192.168.100.2; sleep 1

If someone is interested in trade, I have a LMC1000 card and a Digital 
Link DSU/CSU that I could donate for the work (valued at about $500).

PS: I just want to run m0n0wall on my main router so I can get a photo 
of my rack in the gallery. ;-)