[clug-talk] OT: Routers
xlr8me at gmail.com
Tue Apr 4 10:50:18 PDT 2006
That's what I was thinking of.
Either that, or just smoothwall - either way, it'd offload the firewall
portion of the tasks and let the router concentrate on what it's best at.
but it does mean that another machine needs to be there.
On 4/4/06, timmy <tim at timmy.ws> wrote:
> Check this out:
> Can run on your own hardware, whatever specifications you require.
> Cisco would be an excellent choice, though it can get quite pricy when
> you want to run the IOS firewall feature set. Another option over the
> 804 would be the PIX 501 or 506e.
> Another one I have used and liked is the SofaWare appliance:
> shane wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >I wonder what the group would suggest for a router that meets the
> >--up to 20 ethernet clients
> >--port forwarding
> >--Easy configuration/use, http control panel
> >-- VPN, QOS, Traffic Shaping, etc not required
> >--128 MB ram +
> >My current router seems to get swamped at certain times of day.
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