BSD Router Project (BSDRP) is a customized distribution of FreeBSD dedicated to offering IP routing services for small ISPs (not for home use).
|Tags||Network Router Routing distribution|
Release Notes: This release is based on FreeBSD 9.2 with some additional patches (auto-tune mbuf size and a fix for a Packet-Filter NAT bug). Two kernel modules are added: hwpmc (Hardware Performance Monitoring Counter) and stf (6to4 tunnel interface module). OpenVPN has been added and fprobe removed (native ng_netflow supports netflow v9).
Release Notes: This release add kernel modules for pfsync, coretemp, and amdtemp. There is a new package named "tayga" (a userland stateless NAT64 daemon), and net-snmp has been replaced by the native FreeBSD bsnmpd.
Release Notes: This release fixes 2 major bugs (netmap unusable and ipfw_nat module missing) and provides an image for a new architecture: sparc64.
Release Notes: This release has upgraded to FreeBSD 9.1-release and includes SCSI/RAID controllers and 10Giga Ethernet NIC drivers. The man pages are now included.
Release Notes: This release is based on an up-to-date FreeBSD system (8.2-Release-p4) and up-to-date packages (Quagga 0.99.20 and Bird 1.3.3). It fixes lots of bugs, including script problems, needed kernels patches, and a missing kernel module.