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What is the best Unix-like for firewalling operations

Hello from France,
I'd like to have your opinion on this :
What unix-like would you choose for high bandwidth netwoking operations like a cluster of statefull firewalls ?
NetBSD, Linux, others ?

Thank you.

Best regards.

Vincent.

Last edited by vrzs; 03-06-2010 at 09:27 AM..

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