> What I'm not sure about is performance. Has anyone built a cable modem > gateway router using FreeBSD and "low-end" hardware like this? If so, > what were your results? > I'm using mine for DSL on a PII 333 and I've not seen any performance problems other than some that were the ISP's fault (recently fixed). I'm running FreeBSD-CURRENT on that machine, and aside from the once per month that I update it to the latest -CURRENT, I have no problems. You'd probably want to use one of the -RELEASE's or -STABLE if you want it to "just work." On my router I'm running postfix (actually writing the mail on that machine right now), dhcpd, DNS, and using ipfilter/ipnat for NAT and firewall capabilities, and using dummynet for some basic QoS type stuff. Works great with no performance problems.
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