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00:00 pfsense 2.6 / 22.02
01:59 Update Announcements
05:26 pfsense plus for Home Lab
07:17 Upgrade process
08:57 New Features and Changes
10:06 ZFS by Defualt
11:50 Password Hash Change SHA512
13:50 NTOPNG Update
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I’m running CE for myself for home lab however just wondering thoughts regarding the future of CE. It’s pretty clear development for CE is going to be left behind as Netgear pivots to monetize their pfSense plus product. Sure the pfSense plus product is $0 for home users, however this honestly feels like a carrot getting you into the ecosystem and then later switching terms whereby the product needs to be licensed on an annual basis. Looking at their pricing structure you referenced in your video (pfSense+ Software Subscription – Netgate), the Home or Lab option does not list Software Updates as a feature. What exactly does this mean??
Quick question on the ZFS install can that be done on one SSD drive?
i tried to install it earlier with 2.5.2 and it seems to need two drives.
I was thinking of reinstalling my pfsense for the ZFS file system.
The security vulnerabilities in 2.5 is not worthy of an upgrade to 2.6 as my main computer and laptop runs Linux and I have not had any security issues so far. However, I’ve decided to upgrade to 2.6 anyway even though security vulnerabilities is not one of the reasons for keeping pfSense up-to-date.
In any case, a router is a router with locked down firewall rules, so I do not have any use-case for any changes or new features made for pfSense. For a future cybersecurity analyst such as myself, this is a case of “risk management.” How much do I want to harden my network and how much do I want to accept the risk depends on my security hygiene.
Just did the upgrade and it went almost perfect.
Super weird issue with my virtual IPs where the backup config did bring them over, but were not working. Going into the edit section and saving them seemed to fix it.