FreeBSD-Kirkwood in the wild2010-08-11 20:08
I’ve set up my Dockstar as a broadband router and home server running my very own FreeBSD distribution. It performs admirably running PF/ALTQ, nginx, ISC-DHCPd, miniupnpd, BIND, and NTPd.
The Dockstar has one LAN port, so the WAN interface is USB. The obviously-homebrew wire is RX, TX, and ground for the serial console.
Despite the USB ethernet interface, CPU usage seems fine when maxing my 12/3 connection:
My configuration files are in a GitHub repo.