pfSense Pricing and License Cost

Ray Ost
CEO at Private
I prefer appliance licensing with pfSense (Community Edition). * It's free. * It's very stable. * It's only on the hardware, it can be very fast. Choose the appliances because it is nice to have the hardware cut out for it, i.e. the right hardware for the right software. View full review »
IT Manager & Sr. Application Programmer with 11-50 employees
For the cost and what's included, you can't beat it, no way no how. If you're worried about enterprise solutions, the only thing you need to do then is to purchase a support contract, and you have an enterprise solution. You can even purchase hardware from the vendor if you choose. View full review »
Koen Van Cauwenberghe
Network and Office Manager with 11-50 employees
It was straightforward to buy from pfSense. View full review »
Christopher Collins
IT Support Engineer
Spend at least $300 or more on a good pfSense box. Use a hard drive, and not a USB flash drive for pfSense storage. View full review »
COO at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
In comparison to a lot of other solutions, it's very inexpensive. It is a great solution that is economical. It scales so the cost per protected MB is almost free. View full review »
Reinhardt Jansen
Senior Systems Administrator at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
It is a free solution. View full review »
Haytham Tarek
Founder and MD at Smart Solution
It is completely free. View full review »
Anders Olsson
Systems Administrator at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
All costs are low compared to other solutions. The hardware is stable and cheap. There is no licensing fee except for the enterprise support, if you want it. View full review »
Cloud Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Open Source - just download! If you need support, it's available. View full review »
Gustavo Rendon
Owner with 51-200 employees
If you need to buy hardware onto which to install PfSense, go with their boxes on their website, they are great. If you already have the hardware, just download and install, it works great either way. View full review »
Matt Bilbrey
IT Director
Unless they have specific requirements that demand a particular device, I always suggest pfSense specifically because of the absence of pricing and licensing. View full review »
Svetoslav Bakalov
IT Systems Engineer at a manufacturing company with 201-500 employees
pfSense is free and open source software. Modification is easy and you can adapt it to your company's requirements. View full review »
Gérant chez
You pay only the support and the price depends on the hardware not the functionalities. View full review »
Jinlong Ye
HTS Engineering - Heat Transfer Solutions at a construction company with 201-500 employees
It's open source so it's free. We did not buy their hardware. View full review »
Rildo Cezar Pordeus
Sócio at a tech services company with 1-10 employees

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