[TriLUG] Best appliance for Linux firewall?
bhenning at pineinst.com
Mon Aug 12 10:46:22 EDT 2013
I love it when a thread I start goes for a nice long run!
Anyway, I've decided to try out a Mirabox + a big fat external USB 3 hard
drive. I'm also going to see how it performs running ZoneMinder motion
detection on three IP cameras. I'll try to remember to post some stats
after it's been up a while.
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Of Sean Alexandre
Sent: Sunday, August 11, 2013 5:29 AM
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Subject: Re: [TriLUG] Best appliance for Linux firewall?
On Sat, Aug 10, 2013 at 10:36:03PM -0400, Magnus wrote:
> Raspberry Pi with 1 on-board NIC, use a managed switch, and use 802.1q
> tagging will do it. USB WiFi if you need that. Talk about low power and
> noise! And it runs Debian. I'm half tempted to shut my Raspberry Pi down
> plug it into the Kill-A-Watt to show what a low amount of current it
Yes, the the Raspberry Pi looks pretty awesome and I've wanted to try one
What's holding me back right now is it requires binary blobs:
I expect there will be (or are already?) single board computers that run
software (drivers, boot loader, etc.)
My interest comes from a couple projects I've been following, that are
to build routers / home servers that are 100% free, and based on Debian:
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