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Add route on OpenBSD for DSL modem on external network

I'd like to be able to access my DSL modem, which is acting as a bridge, from within my local network. I've got a setup like this: {Local network 192.168.1/24} | rl0:192.168.1.250 ...
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OS router distribution with very low memory footprint?

I'm looking for an os router distribution with a very low memory footprint. I want to start it in a VM to join multiple VM subnets together in a lab environment. Anything that requires that the host ...
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Packet Filter configuration to restrict traffic to the local host

I have been running a pf based filtering router on OpenBSD 4.3 for about a year now. My current task is to set up a new network segment for hosting our external sites. My aim is that machines set up ...
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Is anyone else using OpenBSD as a router in the enterprise? What hardware are you running it on? [closed]

We have an OpenBSD router at each of our locations, currently running on generic "homebrew" PC hardware in a 4U server case. Due to reliability concerns and space considerations we're looking at ...
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2answers
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Setting up a VDSL router on OpenBSD & NIC with TCO support

this is my first question and I hope I do everything correct. Thanks for setting up serverfault - such a site was missing in the internet for a long time now. In the next few weeks I will get my VDSL ...
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3answers
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ichiic0 errors on OpenBSD 4.4

I have four identical nodes built on Supermicro 1025TC-TB hardware running OpenBSD 4.4. Two of the nodes are routers and two are load balancers. Each set is running in active/passive configuration ...