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 From:  Carsten Holbach <Carsten dot Holbach at gmx dot de>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Robust enough for heavy duty?
 Date:  Sat, 10 Dec 2005 02:42:37 +0100

I cannot speak that much about many connections made, but maybe this is 
helpful for you:
My own m0n0wall serves my 6200down/420up kbit cablemodem line very well, 
and it runs on a Pentium 1 120 MHz with 128 MB of RAM. No problems, max 
CPU load is about 12% and RAM at 38%. I did not have to reboot the wall 
since I updated to v1.2.
But, I do neither have 128 servers nor very much sessions running here.


tech at adaptive dot net schrieb:
> Im looking to replace a SonicWall Pro 300 which i think is dogging 
> down our T3 bandwidth.
> We move about 12Mbits out and 2Mbits in at peak hours hosting web and 
> email
> Question is, if i put m0n0wall on AMD 3200 at 400Mhz bus and whatever 
> of RAM, will it be able to keep up with my traffic for some 128 hosts 
> servers?
> We're talking about websites and individual server hits as such, im 
> sure were talking about hundreds of thousands of sessions at any given 
> time.