I'm working on porting freebsd to the new generation atheros based devices that ship with 128mb ram.<br><br>Those will be enough to run pfsense on natively.<br><br>If you want something now, grab an alix board and an ar9160 or 9220 minipci nic. Pfsense runs fine on alix hardware and freebsd does 11n.<br><br>Adrian<br>(im the freebsd wifi guy)<br><br><span style="font-family:Prelude, Verdana, san-serif;"><br><br></span><span id="signature"><div style="font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px;color: #999999;">Sent from my Palm Pre on AT&T</div><br></span><span style="color:navy; font-family:Prelude, Verdana, san-serif; "><hr align="left" style="width:75%">On May 24, 2013 3:09 PM, Bob Eastbrook <email@example.com> wrote: <br><br>My Netgear N600 WiFi router has served me faithfully, but lately has
<br>been having problems. Time to replace it. I keep it behind a pfSense
<br>firewall, which I love.
<br>I'm looking for recommendations. I could just get a new WiFi access
<br>point and keep pfSense around, or I could consolidate everything into
<br>one device. I'd love to have something which made setting up a SSL
<br>VPN a cinch. I'm also into traffic graphs.
<br>I looked at access points from Buffalo which came with DD-WRT
<br>installed, but they don't have great reviews when it comes to WiFi
<br>performance. I love the idea of having DD-WRT pre-installed though.
<br>What are the rest of you guys using these days?
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