I have a pfSense installation on a Super Micro server which uses integrated broadcom ethernet on the motherboard. I have a AOC-IPMI20-E ipmi card installed which shares the first ethernet port. FreeBSD 6.1 has a bug in it's drivers for this broadcom chipset which does not allow this implementation to work properly. There is a patch available here: http://paranoid.nl/~eilander/freebsd/ipmi/ for FreeBSD 6.2-Release
So the question I'm asking is when might pfSense move to FreeBSD 6.2?
That already happened: http://pfsense.com/~sullrich/1.0.1-SNAPSHOT-12-04-2006/
The lates snapshots are already based on the latest FreeBSD 6.2 releases.
FreeBSD 6.2 is not even out yet. It's still in testing. Use the pfSense testing snapshots.
Ahh, sullrich strikes again :) That's great, I'll test the 6.2 builds on the new 1.5GHz Epia C7 platform with the 3x1000BT adapter board installed later this week.
P.S. Sullrich R0x0r3z! Well, yeah, I appreciate your work a great deal :)
Thanks for the quick response. I'll test it out either this week or next.