17.05.2014 12:50, O. Hartmann пишет:

> I'm looking for a smart FreeBSD Router/Gateway solution based upon the ARM 
> architecture.

I'd wonder why it's ARM. I'd think that a MIPS arch is more appropriate
for a router.

> One of the necessities ist the existence of two GBit NICs which are hard to 
> find on most
> experimental ARM platforms today combinded with at least two CPU cores.

I have a IMX6 based wandboard-quad with 1Gb NIC. It's theoretical
maximum speed is 40 MB/sec., while current driver achieves about
20 MB/sec.

> I found the Utilities Pro board [1], four cores, two GBit NICs and WiFi along 
> with 2GB
> RAM and I was wondering whether this board is supported by FreeBSD. I 
> couldn't find
> anything useful since I'm a novice with ARM CPU naming and Utilities Pro is 
> not mentioned
> in the list of compatible and supported ARM based equipment in [2]. Well, not 
> being
> mentioned doesn't mean "not supported" since the components have to be 
> supported anyway,
> but as I said, I do not know what Utilities Pro equipt to their solution. 
> maybe someon of
> the FreeBSd users already made some experiences with this board/solution.

You may find and get more info at the arm@ ML.

WBR, Boris Samorodov (bsam)
FreeBSD Committer, http://www.FreeBSD.org The Power To Serve
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