On Sat, 2014-05-17 at 10:50 +0200, O. Hartmann wrote:
> I'm looking for a smart FreeBSD Router/Gateway solution based upon the ARM 
> architecture.
> 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 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.
> Thanks in advance,
> Oliver
> [1] http://utilite-computer.com/web/utilite-pro-specifications
> [2] https://wiki.freebsd.org/FreeBSD/arm

It is partially supported, in that freebsd should be able to boot and
run on the Utilite box (I'm not sure anyone has done it yet).  But for
your needs, we don't have all the support yet -- there is no driver for
the wifi chip, and nobody has worked on PCIe yet so the second nic won't
work right now.

-- Ian

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