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Date:      Sat, 21 Oct 2006 08:49:57 +1300
From:      "Marcos Biscaysaqu" <>
To:        "'M. Warner Losh'" <>
Subject:   RE: Ethernet Switch and MIPS
Message-ID:  <000001c6f480$ec2b74e0$1e1510ac@austin>
In-Reply-To: <>

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-----Original Message-----
From: M. Warner Losh [] 
Sent: Saturday, 21 October 2006 5:52 a.m.
Subject: Re: Ethernet Switch and MIPS

In message: <00ce01c6f435$1918fd70$1e1510ac@austin>
            "Marcos Biscaysaqu" <> writes:
: Hi Warner.
: 		No, our system run in i386 base, but we would love to put it
: in a MIPS hardware if we have the support to do it. I'm sorry if was any
: misunderstanding. We have a very large number of application running in
: Embedded solution, plus a system to create and administrate this software
: (database orientated).   user: 7062 pass: test
: That's is only an example of the client interface with very low
: administration for basic settings.
: 	I was just thinking if could be good idea or not to release a free
: open version of our system and a commercial as well.

This sounds like a cool thing.  I'll have to take a look at it.  I
asked because I've been trying to coordinate the various disorganized
efforts to get FreeBSD going on mips.  There's a lot of cool mips
embedded systems that FreeBSD would be great for.


Hi Warner.
	MIPS is definitely the way to go!! We been working very close to
Mikrotik in the last 6 years and our software has similar applications but
open source and over Freebsd. If I can put more effect and time on this
project plus have support for MIPS we could get a very unique Embedded
solution on Freebsd

Marcos Biscaysaqu

: Thanks
: Marcos 
: -----Original Message-----
: From: M. Warner Losh [] 
: Sent: Friday, 20 October 2006 7:21 p.m.
: To:
: Subject: Re: Ethernet Switch and MIPS
: Marcos,
: is this really running on MIPS?
: Warner
: In message: <001a01c6ee4e$37745b30$1e1510ac@austin>
:             "Marcos Biscaysaqu" <> writes:
: : Hi there.
: : 
: :             We have a very interesting Embebed FreeBSD base system using
: : Netgraph, BGP, Voip over IP (SER and Asterisk), PF, Remote Desktop
: : (netboot), VLANs, Q-in-Q Vlan, VPN, L2tp, pptp, Xmail, Dhcp server,
: Wireless
: : etc.. All the setting and config files are created by a "central
: management
: : Platform"  (Web Interface and  Database) . We have more than 600 of this
: : devices running different services for 4 years.  We would like to
: an
: : open free version of the system and also a commercial one and we would
: like
: : to know if you know about some kind of "Ethernet switch"  from 8 to 24
: ports
: : able to run Freebsd  and also if somebody could give us an opinion or
: ideas,
: : we would like to know if this could be an interesting idea to do for the
: : Freebsd community.

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