BSDBox

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Web site: bsdbox.sourceforge.net
Origin: China ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 6.0.2 | November 4, 2005

BSDBox – a basic FreeBSD box which can run on small flash rom and small memory.

It is a reduced version of FreeBSD, similar to PicoBSD but works well on flash cards (CompactFlash, USB, DOC/DOM chips).

Requirement for run time environment :
– an i386 computer, up to Pentium 4
– at lease 32M memory
– at lease 8M disk space (or a DiskOnChip 8M)

The project founder is Ru Feng.
It was under active development between 2001 and 2005.

Download

BSDBox 6.0.2 i386 34KB.tar.gz
md5sum: 95dd684f2e5343c346f2733e64c31dcf

 

emBSD

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Web site: www.embsd.org
Origin: ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: OpenBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 1.1 | May 2001

emBSD – a stripped down version of OpenBSD. The concept for emBSD is a small foot print operating system for x86 (or other) hardware to use as little hard disk space as possible yet provide a fully functional Routing Firewall. The main driving force behind this concept is to not use a hard disk drive at all, but use off the shelf Compact Flash cards.

emBSD is a very small system designed for specific purposes. emBSD is not currently a server base OS. It is simply made to filter, control, and forward traffic within your organization. The kernel has been optimized specifically for handling large flows of traffic as well as providing extra interfaces for migrating to IPv6. An optimal emBSD system will not have moving disks inside to potentially fail. Solid-state disks are employed on the majority of our critical machines.

The project developers are Ken Rice and Truman Boyes.

Download

emBSD 1.1 i386 16.2MB.zip
md5sum: fc75b7206ed25b07eb8447e30ee73a2f

 

CD Bootable OpenBSD firewall

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Web site: www.jtan.com/jtanoss/cdboot/
Origin: USA ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: OpenBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: ? | May 2004 ?

CD Bootable OpenBSD firewall – the project allows you to set up a full featured OpenBSD firewall without the use of a hard disk. The system boots from a CDROM and stores configuration information on either a floppy, or a USB mass storage device, such as a “pen drive” or a USB CompactFlash reader.

The CD also contains a simple install script, to allow you populate a floppy or UMASS device with a basic firewall configuration. Simply boot the CD, select the media you wish to use, and answer some straightforward questions.

The latest version, based on OpenBSD 3.5, adds several new features. The firewall now provides PPTP VPN and a caching nameserver out of the box.

Features:
– OpenBSD 3.5 NAT Firewall using PF
– No hard disk needed
– Automated setup
– Can run with all media Read-Only
– DHCP on internal LAN
– Nameserver and Cache
– PPTP VPN

System requirements:
– x86 compatible processor
– 64M ram bare minimum (all writable filesystems are on ramdisks, and there’s no swap)
– CD-ROM drive
– floppy drive, or umass device (note the current issue with umass)
– 2 network interfaces

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No download is available.
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NetBSD/i386 Firewall

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Web site: firewall.dubbele.com
Origin: Netherlands ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: NetBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: ? | November 22, 2001

NetBSD/i386 Firewall – a NetBSD based, a free highly portable UNIX-like operating system available for many platforms, from 64bit alpha servers to handheld devices. It is a free firewall solution for people with a permanent Internet connection. This includes most users of cable or ADSL services, but also businesses with leased lines. PPPoE support and PPTP support is available on CD.

The base system is kept as lean and mean as possible, but there’s plenty of room to add services, such as your own mail and web server.

The standard NetBSD install has been extensively modified to make install as simple and straightforward as possible, and it is geared towards people who have no Unix knowledge and do not intend to get any.

NetBSD/i386 Firewall supports all the hardware that is supported by a standard NetBSD install.

The minimal configuration for a NetBSD/Firewall system requires a 80486 processor, 8M of RAM and about 40M of disk space. A minimum install of NetBSD is 4 MB of RAM on a 80386, but for a busy firewall, it is recommended a bit higher than that. Of course, you’re free to experiment if you’ve got a 80386 with 4 MB of RAM. Any i386 or better CPU should work – genuine Intel or a compatible such as Cyrix, AMD, or NexGen.

Download

NetBSD/i386 Firewall boot i386 2.17MB.zip
md5sum: 9a3fde5896ba6a08f03da44ff3dacbdd

 

PsygNAT

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Web site: www.feu-nrmf.ph/norbert/projects/psygnat/ (not active)
Origin: Philippines
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: OpenBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: ? | ?

PsygNAT – a firewall and NAT router tool i386 is lifted from a floppy disk. It is based on OpenBSD kernel and therefore pf used as the primary means of control rules.

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NetBoz Firewall

NetBoz Firewall

Web site: www.netboz.net (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI, web interface
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Install
The last version | Released: 1.4 beta8 | May 20, 2003

NetBoz Firewall – a FreeBSD based CD-ROM firewall with a web administration interface. NetBoz works over standard FreeBSD services, giving maximum flexibility, ease of use and performance to corporate networks.

It does not use a hard disk, while all the settings are stored on a write-protectable diskette, making it virtually inmune to intrusions and power failures.

System requirements:
– Any 586 type CPU fits (Pentium or better):
* Pentium, Pentium Pro, Pentium II, Pentium III, Pentium 4 and its variants (Celeron) and the
* AMD line ( Am5x86, K5, K6, Athlon and Duron).
– The mother board must have a PCI bus. Its is desirable that it doesn’t have an integrated network card. If it has one and NetBoz is not able to detect it automatically, then it should be necessary to disable it from the BIOS and install an additional PCI network adapter.
– A minimum RAM of 64 MB, while 128 MB are enough for almost all the applications.

Download

NetBoz Firewall 1.4 beta8 i386 63,5MB.iso.gz
md5sum: ab1a3337e22d00c0e0aa8cfc8b76e604
NetBoz Firewall 1.2rc11 i386 53,9MB.iso.gz
md5sum: 268c6fc615bae717a9226af147caaf8b

 

theWall

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Web site: thewall.sourceforge.net
Origin: ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: PicoBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.2 | March 6, 2002

theWall – a collection of PicoBSD configuration trees and prebuild binaries for various platforms that provides NAT and firewall services for a small network. The goal of theWall project is to allow a user to get going quickly without having to learn the details of building a PicoBSD release.

Features:
– Built from PicoBSD/FreeBSD 4.5
– ipfw based firewall with natd
– users may login via telnet or locally
– ftp (client), tar and gzip are provided to facilitate transferring additional programs to flash based systems.
– It is not necessary to compile anything or even have access to a FreeBSD system to configure and run theWall.
– Network bootable, flash based and floppy based versions are available.

Download

theWall PC-DHCP 2.0 i386 2,08MB.tgz
md5sum: 64fb91fb8937297b4e71f1519026b499

 

mOnOBSD

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Web site: www.m0n0.ch/bsd/ (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 20040403 | April 3, 2004

mOnOBSD – a version of FreeBSD that has been stripped down to fit on a Compact Flash card, with a focus on embedded systems like the net45xx series from Soekris Engineering.

It comes with:
– FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE-p4
– MPD 3.17
– racoon 20040401a
– Zebra 0.94
– poptop 1.1.4.b4
– ISC DHCP server 3.0.1r12
– thttpd 2.24

m0n0BSD is Copyright © 2002-2005 by Manuel Kasper.
Manuel Kasper ended his work on this in September of 2006.

Download

mOnOBSD 4.9-std-net45xx-20040403 i386 7.3MB.img
md5sum: d64d4ca766d03678e3f4f91088178d42
mOnOBSD 4.9-std-net48xx-20040403 i386 7.3MB.img
md5sum: da1ad4570ad2901a2ee907a18580bd04
mOnOBSD 4.9-std-wrap-20040403 i386 7.3MB.img
md5sum: f04aeeb1e8f5b9d99da03ec180e45c05

 

Floppy-1

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Web site: www.floppy-1.com (not active)
Origin: ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: FreeBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: ? | 2004 ?

Floppy-1 – a router, firewall and VPN gateway on one single floppy. It uses FreeBSD kernel with KAME IPsec stack.

FLOPPY-1 (firewall, router and VPN gateway) and SQUID-1 (web cache server) can be installed on the CF card. If you go to their configuration page www.floppy-1.com/wizard.en.shtml (not active) can configure the firewall to your needs before download so you select among a number of examples of your network, enter the appropriate values ​​and remove the configured version.

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foaf

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Web site: www.theapt.org/openbsd/firewall.html
Origin: ?
Category: Firewall
Desktop environment: CLI
Architecture: x86
Based on: OpenBSD
Wikipedia:
Media: Live
The last version | Released: 0.7 | 2003 (?)

foaf (Firewall On A Floppy) – a very small OpenBSD based distribution which provides a firewall on one floppy disk.

This allows you to create a firewall that is based on a floppy (hence the name), and you can build it from a separate source tree. Edit the files in [foaf/config] to configure for your system. Make sure you at least edit [foaf/config/etc/pf.conf] because it has bogus entries for IP addresses, and blocks everything. Right now it is mainly for invisible bridging firewalls, but I (developer) plan to expand it to be a routing firewall.

If your desired network device (or other such device) isn’t supported on the default kernel config (FIREWALL), feel free to add your own. Take out devices that you don’t use.

The project developer is Peter Hessler, and the foaf is released under the MIT License.

Download

foaf 0.7 i386 13KB.tar.gz
md5sum: 0a672c3963c9002a4d161814f8db1b39