On Wed, 14 Jun 2006 01:17:16 -0700
Terry Christopher <tc27 at shaw dot ca> wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone tried running m0n0wall on the MaxTerm 3300
>Thin Client? I think it uses a VIA C3, and has 128-256MB RAM, 1
>built-in 10/100, and 1 PCI slot. Could be a cheap way to build an
>access point with a wireless PCI card, or a router with a wired one.
> There is someone on eBay selling these at $90 USD, these probably
>have a VIA C3 800mhz, with 256MB RAM.
> Here is a link to the user manual:
> I found this unit when I was looking for something small and quiet
>with 2x LAN and 1x WLAN. Maybe someone knows if there is a
>thin-client out there with either 2 integrated lans and a
>PCI/PCMCIA/miniPCI slot? Or 2 slots, and 1 integrated LAN? I guess
>one could take 2 of these, and use 1 as a router and another as an
> On a side note, does anyone know if you could use one of these as a
>browsing station using Damn Small Linux (64MB) or something similar?
I am using 2 neoware boxes for m0n0wall right now. However, I do not
recommend m0n0wall for wireless. It just does not do it very well,
and I am picky. For $90 you can get a WRT54GL with Thibor firmware
that does wireless VERY well.