Balanga last edited by
Having finally managed to get pfSense working I am keen on installing some packages to help maintain my LAN.
Are there any 'musthave' packages that I should try - there seem to be so many available….
I thought I would install Squid for a start. How do I tell how much free disk space I have? Is the an option in the GUI?
Heisenberg1977 last edited by
pfBlockerNG for sure
muswellhillbilly last edited by
It depends entirely on what you want to do. If you want to manage site blacklists and such, then Squid/Squidguard would be a good way of accomplishing that. If you want to log/view traffic, then Ntop is the answer. There are no real "must-have's" - just install what you need to do the job.
To see how much disk space you have, click on 'Diagnostics/Command prompt'. Type 'df -h' in the field below 'Execute Shell comamnd' and then click on the 'Execute' button. The dashboard also shows disk usage near the bottom.