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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 6 September 2006 NYCBUG: Isaac `Ike` Levy on m0n0wa

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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 6 September 2006 NYCBUG: Isaac `Ike` Levy on m0n0wall and PFSense
Date: 5 Sep 2006 21:17:36 -0400

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 Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2006 17:57:05 -0400
 From: NYC*BUG Announcement <>
 Subject: [announce] NYC*BUG Wed Sept 6th

 Isaac `Ike` Levy on m0n0wall and PFSense

 Back to the Soho Apple Store!

 6:30 pm, Soho Apple Store at 103 Prince Street

 UNIX professionals are busy these days. Setting up routers and firewalls
 are fundamental to any network, but in environments where the focus is
 on various applications, (servers, workstations, and the software that
 runs on them), it`s difficult for a business not to choose to simply buy
 off the shelf SOHO routers and networking gear.The web management gui`s
 are understandable by everyone, (even techs without UNIX knowledge), and
 the gear is cheap- this saves time and money. In the meantime, the
 features of your average Linksys or Netgear router often leave MUCH to
 be desired, (https auth management, for one simple example).

 Enter m0n0wall and PFSense, 2 BSD based packaged router/firewall
 solutions that are as solid and full featured as you`d expect from any
 and PFSense become an easy sell in any small professional enviornment,
 any compitent tech can manage the network within minutes... At home, in
 every hackers home network, they free the hacker to have trusted tools
 available, but are as time-saving as using any linksys router.

 m0n0wall and PFSense are both light and clean, designed to run on
 embedded systems- (Soekris, WRAP), but are monsters when unleashed on
 even legacy PC`s around the office. If you manage UNIX networks and
 systems all day, do you really want to manage the router for your DSL
 when you get home? But then doesn`t it bug you to use a chincey Linksys box?

 Ike has been a member of NYC*BUG since we first launched in January
 2004. He is a long-time member of the Lower East Side Mac Unix User
 Group. He has spoken frequently on a number of topics at various venues,
 particulary on the issue of FreeBSD`s jail (8).
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