Chris Buechler wrote:
> On 5/30/05, shwing <shwing at shwinux dot com> wrote:
>>I have a WRAP (PC Engines WRAP.1D-2) and my DMZ server is PIII 800Mhz (512Mb
> This is why you typically don't put things that require fast
> throughput, like a file server, on a DMZ segment. 4.4 MBps is around
> 35 Mbps, which is about the max throughput of a WRAP. It's only a 266
> MHz, sub $200 USD box. It's not suitable and not designed to route
> wire speed, and you won't find that in any box at that price. A 1 GHz
> or so should do wire speed.
Just FYI, I get wire speed with a celeron 400.
> If you really need excellent performance
> from a file server on a different subnet, a L3 switch is the way to