tangram last edited by
I have used pfSense firewalls in the past, but this will be my first time installing on fresh hardware.
I am using a Jetway HBJC153F9HG-2930-B (http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/JBC153F9HG.html)…
Intel Celeron N2930 SoC, 1.83GHz - 2.1GHz Burst, Quad-Core
4 x Intel i211AT Gig Ethernet
Intel HD Graphics with VGA
1 Embedded USB 3.0 and 1 USB 2.0
and have added...
SODIMM DDR3L 8GB 1600 1.35V - CRUCIAL
MSATA 32GB - SANDISK
When I go to download the OS, I see options for AMD64 (64-bit) or i386 (32-bit) for the Architecture and CD, USB or Embedded for the Platform.
The network has 10-15 computers/phones, 2 printers, 1 wireless AP and 10 VoIP phones as well as a micro PC for the VoIP. No VLAN. A few ports needs to be forwarded to the VoIP box (which also runs as the DHCP server). We are replacing a small business firewall from TP-Link because the VoIP provider is blaming it for not keeping up with the network demand.
What do you suggest for the Architecture and Platform?
phil.davis last edited by
For all 64-bit AMD and Intel equipment, use the AMD64 image (the "AMD" is from past history of the evolution of that instruction set - both AMD and Intel make processors that have the "AMD64" architecture/instruction set.
USB can be be easily written to a USB stick, and you can boot from that to do the install.