PfSense for a busy public WiFi?
PokerMunkee last edited by
Currently using TomatoUSB on an ASUS RT-N16 with QoS configured for the router at a 150 room hotel. Does a decent job but starting to reboot often after 4 years of service. I want a reliable captive portal, so looking at pfSesnse as a replacement.
Does pfSense do a good job at keeping a lot of WiFi users happily surfing the Internet? I need something that has QoS ability to keep a couple users from crippling a 7Mbps/1Mbps Internet connection for a busy public WiFI.
blackbrayn last edited by
Wireless N is not supported at the moment , you need to wait for the next release , or buy a separate wireless N bridge and let pfsense do the captive portal stuff.
rjcrowder last edited by
You could use pfSense and then just reconfigure the RT-N16 as an access point. Not sure what is causing your RT-N16 issues though, so that may not solve the issue…