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The pFsense 2.5 AES-NI CPU Requirement...
I'm building a pfsense router using my old pc. It has 12gb ram, an i5 and a 250GB 850 EVO. Should I swap that out for a 500gb HDD? Especially since I plan to do Web caching.
I used to be able to block youtube ads via my netgear router's...
Already the fourth walkthrough. Lots of changes but why talk about it, go watch the video!
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But in this video i show you how to Install pfSense on a WatchGuard XTM 510 and what you will need to accomplish the task.
pfSense Download: https://www.pfsense.org/download/
Thanks to Liam Mc...
I wanted to use the GA-C1037UN board for another project and put an old Supermicro X7SPE-H to use.
pfSense project: https://www.pfsense.org/
Case: Silverstone ML06B
Power Supply: FSP Group FSP300-60GHS-R 300W SFX12V 80 PLUS
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This is part 1, showing what pfSense is and why you might want to use it. Next time I will go over designing hardware to run pfSense on.
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0spAIaWb7x0
Part Two: Build of the new Supermicro SYS-5015A-EHF-D525 1U Atom D525 server with 4GB RAM and 2x 320GB WD Black hard drives. These servers are great for low-noise, medium capacity, green server applications in colos or server rooms. They work great with L...
Today we will have a look at PFSense and talk about the deployment a bit.
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In this video I give a quick run down of my Home Lab - everything from the rack itself, to the hardware and the basics of what everything is being used for. I started this project towards the end of 2012 with a single Dell PowerEdge 2950 GII and was hopin...