[TriLUG] soekris 4801
jonc at nc.rr.com
Sun Aug 8 02:44:23 EDT 2004
Anyone playing with the Sangoma bundle to make a $656 T-1 router?
That looks pretty attractive to me - especially if it runs OpenBSD well.
OBSD has built in QoS queuing that is fantastic to use with VoIP
On Sat, 2004-08-07 at 18:26, Greg Brown wrote:
> net4801-50 Board and Case
> 1 $253
> 2-4 $245
> 5-19 $237
> 20-99 $229
> 100+ $221
> in stock Yes
> Power supplies are about $10.00 each
> I just ordered three lighter weight boards, net 4501-30 boards and
> cases. They are sweet systems.
> On Saturday, Aug 7, 2004, at 15:06 US/Eastern, Jason Tower wrote:
> > how much does a complete system cost, including power supply, etc?
> > On Saturday 07 August 2004 12:57, ljacobs wrote:
> >> Just a short note to alert people about the Soekris devices
> >> (http://www.soekris.com) that can be used to build embedded systems.
> >> I now have several of these systems, about a 5.5" x 8" x .5" metal
> >> box with a CPU & 128MB RAM on the board, an external power supply and
> >> either a CF disk or a laptop 2.5" IDE drive connected using an
> >> adapter kit that Soekris supplies.
> >> These boxes can be used for a variety of applications including VPNs
> >> or firewalls. I've got mine running OpenBSD 3.5 with CARP. pfsync,
> >> and pf. They make an excellent failover server/firewall for my
> >> colocated net of web and database servers. Could also run a
> >> pass-through/relay version of postfix or sendmail.
> >> Installation requires grokking PXE Boot and more details to follow.
> >> --Len Jacobs
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