Hello, and welcome.
In the last couple firewall articles I went through and explained the differences in some popular distributions. Ultimately, I stuck with pfSense for quite a long time, and it has come a long ways since I did my original review having made many things easier in both interface and installation.
Recently, I bought into the idea of getting an account from an “anonymous”/no-log VPN service to help maintain a little extra “anonymity” on the internet. As always, pfSense is amazing in that it was one of the firewalls specifically listed from my provider with steps on how to support it.
In the last article regarding firewalls I gave you the links and some basic information regarding three different firewall options. I had intended to try all three and let you know how it went but I was enjoying messing with the Endian firewall too much to lose it! Well, I recently got bored and decided what the hell – time to try something new. So I went to the next in the list: pfSense.