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 From:  steven murphy <murphy at imelectronic dot com>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] net4501 throughput with m0n0wall?
 Date:  Wed, 31 Mar 2004 22:48:01 -0800
I remember reading that it is about 17Mbs on the 4501

On Mar 31, 2004, at 7:56 PM, Jim Gifford wrote:

> I have a client that is planning to install a T1 in their new office
> building they are building (they're upgrading from a DSL line), and 
> they
> wish to run a web server on their T1.  I'm confident that m0n0wall can
> handle this, as I have another client doing this at another location 
> with
> a generic PC.
> I would like to do this with a soekris box instead of a big ugly PC.  I
> would prefer to use the net4501 instead of the net4801 in this case.  
> For
> one thing, the 4801 is listed as out of stock, and for another, I 
> really
> believe that the 4501 should be capable of sustaining a T1 worth of
> traffic.
> Has anyone used a net4501 with that kind of bandwidth with m0n0wall?
> Does anyone know what the maximum throughput a net4501 with m0n0wall is
> capable of?
> There won't be any IPSec involved, and *might* have a few short-term 
> links every once in a while for road warriors.  The 3 interfaces would 
> be
> LAN, WAN, and DMZ.
> Thanks in advance,
> jim
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