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Netgate SG-2100 pfSense Router and Firewall Review

In our Netgate SG-2100 pfSense router and firewall review, we see how this $299 device performs and what makes it a unique solution

Netgate TNSR New Licensing Model and Gets A Trial Edition

Netgate TNSR has a dramatic license model overhaul and a new Home+Lab version to trial a high-performance solution from the makers of pfSense

Guide to Turning a Project TinyMiniMicro Node into a pfSense Firewall

Our guide to turning a STH Project TinyMiniMicro node into a pfSense firewall for a high-quality and low-cost firewall including IDS and IPS

Building a Lab Part 2 Building Our Network

In part 2 of our Building a Lab series, we take a look at the network setup used to build our lab. We also discuss challenges and what can be done better

Building a Lab Part 1 Planning with TrueNAS and VMWare ESXi

In part 1 of our Building a Lab series, we discuss planning aspects using pfSense, TrueNAS, VMWare ESXi and low-cost hardware platforms

Netgate Offering Free pfSense VPN Relief for Remote Working

Netgate is adjusting its support policies to help organizations deal with a transition to remote work including helping setup free VPN solutions on pfSense

pfSense 2.4.5 Released and Big Changes Coming

After a 10 month period since its last release, pfSense 2.4.5 is out and we have details on the big changes coming to the popular open source firewall

Netgate SG-5100 Firewall and Network Appliance Review

Our Netgate SG-5100 review shows what this network and firewall appliance has to offer as we start our series looking at pfSense versus TNSR performance

Netgate SG-1100 Launched Higher-Speed Arm pfSense Firewall

The Netgate SG-1100 is being launched as a low-cost, Arm firewall with 3-5x more packet filtering performance for pfSense than previous generations

pfSense 2.4.4 Released With New Features and Subscription Benefits

With the pfSense 2.4.4 release, we have a number of new features including Intel Atom C3000 hardware support and features like AutoConfigBackup which were previously available under a paid "Gold" subscription