Beat Siegenthaler schrieb:
Rainer Duffner wrote:
> and start with that. But the customer would also like to see some "non
> open-source"-based solutions... :>
I'd go for a Netscreen model -
The funny thing about this: Netscreen and pfSense are both xBSD-based
;-). Nokia is BSD-Based... Checkpoint (SPLAT) is Linux-based...
In this case You will be forced to deploy M$-ISA ;-)
I thought only the Juniper router stuff was FreeBSD-based (they recently
donated a MIPS reference implementation).
AFAIK, Nokia moved to Linux, too, some time ago. But previously, they
could give you Checkpoint on BSD. In a way.
pfSense is FreeBSD6 ;-)