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This is a '''biased''' comparison page, that highlights the strengths of the ''security router''. We don't revise this page very often, and the information might be out of date. Please contact us, if you find any errors.
 
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! !! Halon 3.2 !! pfSense 2.0.1 !! m0n0wall 1.33 !! Vyatta 6.4 !! Mikrotik 5.20 !! Smoothwall 3.0sp3
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| Revised || Sep 2013 || Dec 2013 || Sep 2012 || Sep 2012 || Sep 2012 || Nov 2012|- | Platform || OpenBSD 5.4/current || FreeBSD 8.1 3 || FreeBSD 6.4 || Linux 3.0.23 || Linux 2.6 || Linux 2.6
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| Firewall || PF (2013) || PF (~2007+ patches) || ipfilter || iptables || iptables || iptables
|-
| Architecture || Intel 32/64-bit || Intel 32/64-bit || Intel 32-bit || Intel 32-bit || Intel 32-bit || Intel 32/64-bit
| MPLS || Yes (PE/VPN) || No || No || No || Yes || No
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| Built-in OSPF/BGP || Yes (OpenBGP/OSPFD) || No Package || No || Yes (Quagga) || Yes || No
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| BGP TCP-MD5 || Yes || No || No || Yes || Yes || No
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! Others !! !! !! !! !! !!
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| SIP proxy || Yes || No || No || Yes || Yes || Yes
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| Layer 7 load balancing || [[Load balancing|Yes]] || No || No || No || ? || No
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