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Re: NetBSD on a wireless router?

On Wed, Aug 14, 2019 at 10:51 AM, wrote:
I want to replace a wifi router with a NetBSD solution. The posting at links to a spreadsheet of hardward, but I don't know from that yet what has wireless and how well supported. Ideas include Microtik Routerboard, OpenBlocks, LinkIt Smart 7688, Orange Pi. Is anyone using NetBSD for wireless routers? Jeremy C. Reed

Are you absolutely committed to NetBSD? pfSense is an excellent router/firewall distribution built on top of FreeBSD, with support for whatever WiFi and hardware FreeBSD supports. I love NetBSD, but when I need to set up a router, I just grab pfSense.

John Franklin

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