On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 14:48:53 -0500, Robert Staph
<rstaph at digitalimpreza dot com> wrote:
> The number if interfaces might need adjusting, m0n0wall supports more than
> 3, not sure of exactly how many more though (as many as you have free
> IRQs?). Same goes for flash mem, RAM, and Processor... Unless you are
> talking about soekris or WRAP only hardware, which you might want to define
> a bit better. (and even when talking about soekris you can get an add-on
> dual or quad interface board).
I believe he's comparing to a WRAP board, so those things are all
fixed in that comparison.
> I'm not sue of what platform the Cisco runs on, but its probably not PC
> based. You'll want to mention that.
It is nothing more than a standard Intel PC. In fact you can throw a
Cisco flash card (they're ISA) into an Intel 440BX motherboard, throw
in some Intel NIC's, and have your own (illegal) cheap PIX. Google
PIX clone if you want details.