On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 4:06 PM, Guy Boisvert
<guy dot boisvert at ingtegration dot com> wrote:
> As for the comment about Cisco Vs mOnOwall (better performance), you compare
> oranges and apples. Cisco has products that are able to route multi-gigabit
> so no problem with performance whatsoever... I use and respect a lot
> mOnOwall for what it is but it is an entry level solution. Cisco supports
> much more protocols and has enterprise features mOnOwall can't match. That
> being said, mOnOwall may be able to do the job and be a great bargain for
> SOHO shops. It all depends on your needs as stated above.
Of course I agree, but I was pointing to the spoken setup (or similar
I don't think multi-gigabit, mpls or advanced protocols are point of
What I was trying to say is that the wireless provider didn't know
what he was talking about and replacing the m0n0wall by a cisco or
Mikrotik device wouldn't solve anything in the current setup.