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Old 27th March 2017
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Originally Posted by vgk View Post
How about one of these.
Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter LITE
Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter PoE
I think the LITE costs $100.
You can run the OpenBSD Octeon port.
I've already checked them, none of them has adsl although they could handle OpenBSD.

One topology would be an openbsd based, pf filtering firewall, between your modem and a cheap refurbished router with openwrt+custom packages
Would do, but requires double-nat and that might be problematic...

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Old 14th September 2017
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It seems soekris has fallen on hard times (emphasis mine):
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Old 12th April 2018
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Topic refresh.
Still thinking about setting a small openbsd router + firewall for home network. The facts are:
- I would like to limit the number of devices to minimum. All in one would be great, but I know it’s probably not possible. Or is it?
- I have adsl internet connection. Is there an openbsd compatible hardware with adsl modem? If not I could always use bridge mode in an old tplink td-8810 adsl modem
- is there any obsd comp hardware with POE?
- I need wireless. Like with adsl, I could use external access point but perhaps there’s some hardware with wireless integrated?
- gigabit lan ports would be really nice

I know I want a lot but I’m willing to compromise
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