Dell Force10 S4810 supported by pfSense



  • I'm writing this after long time period and journey with pfSense versions 2.0.1 - 2.2.4.
    Force 10 OS's versions between 9.2 and 9.6 were tested.

    Dell Force10 are well supported under pfSense, especially speaking about OSPF routing.
    They handle traffic very well, there's no need to do special config except they must be - of course - in the same subnet as F10's OSPF core network is.
    Install Quagga OSPFd, set up security and let the F10's take care about routing information for pfSense routers - all should go fine.

    Product information is here:
    http://www.dell.com/us/business/p/force10-s-series/pd

    SWITCH INTO 10Gbit NETWORKS. TODAY. EASILY.



  • @TooMeeK:

    I'm writing this after long time period and journey with pfSense versions 2.0.1 - 2.2.4.
    Force 10 OS's versions between 9.2 and 9.6 were tested.

    Dell Force10 are well supported under pfSense, especially speaking about OSPF routing.
    They handle traffic very well, there's no need to do special config except they must be - of course - in the same subnet as F10's OSPF core network is.
    Install Quagga OSPFd, set up security and let the F10's take care about routing information for pfSense routers - all should go fine.

    Product information is here:
    http://www.dell.com/us/business/p/force10-s-series/pd

    SWITCH INTO 10Gbit NETWORKS. TODAY. EASILY.

    Are you using these to run PFSense or in addition to your PFSense Box? I have HP ProCurve managed switches and I didnt think you could run PFSense on them.


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