I have been using FreeBSD since 1998 and never had to use cisco,
Freebsd has a great builtin features,
I'm Using Freebsd for a hotspotlogin, with no external servers from
Its my radius, router, ipfw, internetspot login, NAT and port directions.
Also i have 2 additional servers in two diffrent locations each has its
own bzns, running
DNS, email services, hosting, and hundreds of other services.
Since i knew FreeBSD i never had to touch any cisco or any other creatures
except a HUB and some cables. :)
I dunt know if you still need Cisco router or anyother machines,
maybe as some gurus here wrote, depends on your needs.
best of luck.
and take a look on FreeBSD handbook, on www.freebsd.org
maybe you will find the part you are looking for in routing or cisco that
freebsd will do.
best of luck
I want to know, between Cisco Router and a compiled of FreeBSD Router
which one is better? Is it posible to build a Router Appliance on FreeBSD
instead of using ISO of Cisco?
Richard Ben, CIO
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