first to join in 2010, wwwoooooooo
My pfsense box is running:
Asus A8V Deluxe 939 skt mobo (gbit lan onboard)
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ @ 2.0gHz (just to say "i have an overclocked router")
1 gB Samsung DDR RAM (2x 512mB)
2x Intel PRO/1000 GT NIC's
ghetto rigged 9550 for display
2gB Kingston DataTraveller
One of the Intel NIC's is a WAN, the other is LAN which goes to my old router and hopefully a switch soon. The onboard LAN (LAN2) goes to my server which runs a lot of things. LAN2 is bridged to LAN and there is a firewall allowing members on LAN2 to connect to LAN to obtain a DHCP address.
So far i am very pleased with the capabilities of pfsense. It seems to be able to handle loads and giving things addresses a lot more efficiently then my old router, seems that the slowdown from everyone (10-13 computers in my house, I've lost track...) connecting to the internet is also pleasantly gone.
I hope to continue to use pfsense for as long as i can, probably the best thing i could do for my network