Chris Buechler wrote:
> WRAP is cheaper and faster.
> I wouldn't expect either to hold up well to more than ~10 Mb of
> internet bandwidth though. On some less than scientific tests I've
> run with iperf, in a setup somewhat like the post I quoted from Manuel
> in the mentioned FAQ, I consistently got 10.1 Mb between LAN and DMZ
> on a 4501 (straight routing, no NAT). Need to hook up my 4801 and
> WRAP in the same setup and try them.
So are you saying that the Soekris 4501 won't even route 100Mb speeds?
Or does the 4501 only have 10BaseT ports?
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