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 From:  "Chet Harvey" <chet at pittech dot com>
 To:  "Bryan Kohlstedt" <bkrosco at earthlink dot net>, "m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch"
 Subject:  Rv: [m0n0wall] Soekris Alternative
 Date:  Mon, 10 May 2004 15:20:01 -0100
I have 2 of the

(not from them, too expensive)

Anyway, I personally would look at price of soekris and vpn module vs growth
over next year. How many clients and VPNs are we talking about here? 50 to
100 clients and 25 VPN's or so, a net4801-50 w/ vpn1411 would do the trick.
Maybe you could do two net4501-30's. One for regular traffic and one for VPN
only. Thats $400 (roughly) and you should have plenty of horsepower.....

Also you can segment you VPN traffic out very nicely.

FYI - those VIA boards are not as fast as you may think. They are at best

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From: Bryan Kohlstedt <bkrosco at earthlink dot net>
To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Subject: [m0n0wall] Soekris Alternative
Date: 10/05/04 13:27

> I'm looking into building two m0n0wall systems. I would like to use an
> or at least low power/noise solution. I'd like to find something like the
> 4801 but with more horsepower to make it a little more future proof. I
realize that
> for my situation, the 4801 is probably enough cpu for the application,
> as the client's grow, they plan on implementing more vpn's etc.
> So, I've been looking into other solutions. One that was recommended is
> It costs more (~$400) but has more processing power. I'm curious if anyone
> something like this.
> I would also be interested in a mini-itx solution that has a rackmount
case. I'd
> like to keep the price around $300 so the 4801 might be the best I can do.
> Thanks for the input.
> Bryan Kohlstedt
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