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Title: CentOS based EFW
Post by: pflor on Monday 23 August 2010, 11:10:31 pm
Hello to everybody.

Im really interested into migrate EFW base Operating System to CentOS 5.5.
Any body interestet to create a fork with this initial objective?

Best Regards,


Title: Re: CentOS based EFW
Post by: romacities on Saturday 11 September 2010, 09:56:32 am
This sounds like a great idea. Would love to get this started.


Title: Re: CentOS based EFW
Post by: DFen on Wednesday 15 September 2010, 07:13:01 pm
Perhaps it would be more useful/easier to install endian software on another base OS (including Centos 5)

Are there any specific kernel patches/modules needed for endian (not available in Centos etc?).


Title: Re: CentOS based EFW
Post by: mrkroket on Thursday 16 September 2010, 11:04:59 am
I think an interesting option could be with Suse Studio. It's easy to create a new machine.


Title: Re: CentOS based EFW
Post by: deadmalc on Saturday 24 September 2011, 12:18:03 am
I am in the early stages of migrating to pfsense, it seems to be what endian should have been (i.e. supported)


Title: Re: CentOS based EFW
Post by: davvidde on Wednesday 26 October 2011, 02:53:27 am
I think an interesting option could be with Suse Studio. It's easy to create a new machine.

Are you  testing endian in this way? In endian there is a lot of work to do before use beacause critical bugs are not corrected in packages for long time or I am lost somethings in this time?

Bye.
Davide.


Title: CentOS based EFW
Post by: Bookerboall on Tuesday 06 February 2018, 11:36:04 pm
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Title: Re: CentOS based EFW
Post by: guineafowl on Wednesday 26 September 2018, 04:11:33 pm
The Endian Firewall includes support for load balancing, which means you can add another connection to the Internet from the red network; Endian Firewall then distributes the network load on both interfaces.