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bld

I just got my fiber connection today, and the bottleneck is now my router.

My current router is a 200 MHz Buffalo WHR-HP-G54-DD (with DD-WRT firmware), and is totally maxed out when I download.

The next project is then to transform a VIA EDEN into a router with pfSense on, and it should then be able to handle my connection. :)

Current result with my Buffalo WHR-HP-G54-DD


And now for the inspiration...

How do you handle your internet connection?
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EriSan500

As you, with pfSense for many years now. No need to mention that i'm very happy with it.

Greetings,
EriSan500

James C4S

Are you connected to your router through Ethernet or WiFi?
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Are you connected to your router through Ethernet or WiFi?

Ethernet (1gbit)

EriSan500
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As you, with pfSense for many years now. No need to mention that i'm very happy with it.

What hardware are you using for it, and what installation did you select?

I am going to run mine from a CF card, and saw on their website that I should chose embedded then.
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EriSan500

I'm using an old PIII 1Ghz with 512Mb ram, HD install because i needed some of the packages. Hopefully I'll be upgrading that soon to an atom based mobo.

And yes, if you're going for the CF you need to choose the embedded one.

Greetings,
EriSan500

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