You could also look on ebay for Nokia IP110. Chris has some
instructions for setting up m0n0wall on this bugger. I just checked
ebay...nothing in terms of IP110. You could setup a search with email
notification for " Nokia IP* "
IPS solution. The UnityOne-50 is not for SOHO...unless you happen to
have 5-6k just laying around plus another 900 a year for subscription
signature updates. This particular device is for work. I have been
told by one of the TP engineers that they are working on a soho model
to compete in the soho market. Kinda like when Cisco bought Linksys.
While I have no personal experience with it, BlackICE and SyGate both
offer desktop level firewall software with built-in (bundled)
Intrusion prevention systems.
On 5/3/05, Jason Ehrlich <jehrlich at stanford dot edu> wrote:
> hi Don,
> Thanks for your info. I'm interested to find out more about the
> intrusion detection device, I'll look into that too. I am also now on
> Comcast so I am much more worried about what's going on "out there" -
> I used to have an ISP that serviced my apartment complex with a
> fractional T1, but when comcast came around with 6Mbs/758Kpbs
> service, I couldn't say no, since my previous ISP was only giving me
> about 500kbps in both directions...
> I'm still not sure why I should go with the mono solution over the
> linksys + sveasoft, which this week you can get the router for only
> $20 or so after price match at circuit city. Nobody's managed to tell
> me why not...(sigh).
> On May 3, 2005, at 12:09 PM, Don Munyak wrote:
> > I have m0n0wall running at home on a HP Brio Celeron 500. This is one
> > of the small tower pc's that came out a few years ago as a throw
> > workstation.
> > I removed the HD and put an IDE ->CF card in the IDE slot.
> > http://monoprice.com, original purchase from ebay for $0.99. The 128mb
> > CF from Crucial.com for $17.00, plus two DLink NIC's
> > The box practically runs silent, except for the power supply
> > fan...which is mostly pretty quiet.
> > It's been up now 60 days running 1.2b7 with no problems.
> > As for security, I'm no propellar head like the rest of you, however,
> > I have been testing an intrusion prevention appliance from Tipping
> > Point (UnityOne-50) behind the firewall. My ISP is Comcast, which is
> > loaded with all kinds of garbage. During a 24 hour test, nothing came
> > through the firewall.
> > disclaimer: Aside from a lot of after hours research on the net, I am
> > NOT running any public services like http, smtp, pop3, ftp..etc. Just
> > basic web surfing.