On Friday 18 April 2008 02:21:01 Joseph L. Casale wrote:
> I was using pfSense in a vm under esx but I want to move to Xen and prefer
> something that can run as a pv guest. Anyone got any reco's of what can run
> on top of CentOS to perform a similar role as pfSense (perform nat/pat and
> firewall etc between two interfaces)?
Why not install vmware-server in your Centos? Then you can install pfsense in
it. But, I think it's bad practice to install pfsense in a vm.
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