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Running pfSense on a DigitalOcean droplet

I love pfSense (and opnSense , no discrimination here). I use it for just about anything, from homelab to large scale deployments and I'll give out on any fancy < enter brand name fw appliance here > for a pfSense setup on a decent hardware. I also love DigitalOcean , if you ever used them, you know why, if you never did, head over and try, you'll understand why. < shameless plug: head over to , other then the *best* technology content out there, they have coupon codes to get you started with DO >. Unfortunately, while DO offers tremendous amount of useful distros and applications, pfSense isn't one of them. But, where there's a will, there's a way, and here's how to get pfSense up and running on DO so you can have it as the gatekeeper to your kingdom. Start by creating a FreeBSD droplet, choose your droplet size (for modest setups, I find the 5$ to be quite awesome): Based on your need, add additional intern

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