Use an external and connect it to your server via ethernet.

        -Derek


At 07:30 AM 2/17/2007, Norberto Meijome wrote:
Hello everyone :)

I'm starting to re-build my home network, and I thought it'd be interesting to
run either my ADSL2 link on bridged mode to a FreeBSD box to do all the
firewalling,proxying,etc - that's easily done. ...

but then I thought, would it be possible to get an internal ADSL2 / 2+ pci
modem that is supported by FreeBSD?

Any pointers anyone?

thanks!!
B
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