Linux Router distro's with dual stack capability
wadeb at cupofcompassion.com
Thu Feb 11 00:21:38 UTC 2010
Sorry for the top post,
BB won't let me punch this at the bottom.
I believe 2.0 is in beta and supports ipv6,
I don't know if beta is something you want to mess around with. The PF products have been bulletproof for quite a long time.
From: Bryan Irvine
To: Blake Pfankuch
Cc: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Linux Router distro's with dual stack capability
Sent: Feb 10, 2010 16:17
would pfsense work for you?
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 4:12 PM, Blake Pfankuch <bpfankuch at cpgreeley.com> wrote:
> Anyone have some insight on a good dual stack Linux (or BSD) router distro? Currently using IPCop but it lacks ipv6 support. I've used SmoothWall Express but not in some time and not sure how well it works with IPv6. Not looking for something huge, just something for the equivalent of a small branch office. Site to Site VPN support and NAT translation capability for a few public IP addresses to private addresses are the only requirements. Public or private responses are welcome!
> Blake Pfankuch
> Network Engineer
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