Check out the monowall site. There are some hardware up there he recommends.
I use the wrap boards and have had great luck with them
From: Lee Sharp [mailto:leesharp at hal dash pc dot org]
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 9:47 AM
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] PIX vs. Monowall
From: "Sea" <seaeric at gmail dot com>
> Thanks everyone! I agree with all that your saying, I just needed
> some good validation that I was thinking things through.
> Has anyone found a good vendor for momwall appliance gear? I am
> looking for something like the soekris. My cabinet is pretty much
> full and I don't need anymore heat :) I am located in the US/Pacific
> Northwest so US vendors are my 1st choice.
I build my own. I mostly use SFF desktop cases and cheap motherboards, but
if you want small, this is my cheat sheet;
Tiny 2 port system 197.07
Tiny 3 port system 223.08 (Dual LAN MB)
Tiny 3 port system 226.08 (Dual LAN NIC) Tiny 5 port system 287.07 (Quad LAN
All system prices without memory. (Changes too fast)
Very small (appliance like) Case $67.99
Single ethernet 800mhz board $108.00
Duel ethernet 1Ghz board $148.00
Cheap D-Link NIC $4.99
Good Intel NIC $24.00
Very nice Intel Duel port NIC $34.00
4 Port ethernet with Rhine Chip $81-95
Psudo Hard drive 32mb $18.60
Psudo Hard drive 16mb $13.10
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