Jason Thorpe <thorpej%shagadelic.org@localhost> writes: > Adding port-i386 :-) > > On Sep 5, 2012, at 2:22 PM, David Brownlee <abs%absd.org@localhost> wrote: > >> Apologies for cross posting to three pretty generic CPU lists, but I'm >> hoping the answer lies with the expertise reading this now :) >> >> I'm looking for a small box to act as a NAT & low traffic VPN device. >> >> Requirements are pretty simple: >> - At least two Ethernet interfaces (100base fine) >> - Enough RAM to to run NAT (probably pf), and IPSEC or OpenVPN >> (fortunately not both) for up to about 50 web (or weblike) clients & >> sshd >> - Small (sub mini-itx), and cased (looks like a product) >> - USB port to plug in a 3G dongle would be nice. > > http://soekris.com/products/net5501.html > > Looks like it fits the bill, and you can add the crypto offload > processor as an option. > > http://soekris.com/products/vpn14x1.html Beware that I have been unable to make the system be stable with the crypto processor (netbsd-5). I am not sure it was to blame, as I also had lockups from wapbl not having enough memory (2T disk, lots of writes fro backups). But without the crypto processor enabled, it's totally solid.
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