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# 206140 11-Dec-2016 16:05
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can anyone tell me, if I'm fine with my current setup of ESXi/PFSENSE is going to be fine for Spark Fibre MAX. I currently on there Fibre200 Plus plan and the upgrade is at the same cost?





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  # 1686108 11-Dec-2016 16:11
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Assuming you have a reasonably well spec'ed machine, you will have no problem doing gbit.

 

 

 

Your hardest routing point will be extra stuff you do ontop of the physical routing.





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  # 1686112 11-Dec-2016 16:28
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hio77:

 

Assuming you have a reasonably well spec'ed machine, you will have no problem doing gbit.

 

 

 

Your hardest routing point will be extra stuff you do ontop of the physical routing.

 

 

 

 

Thanks currently the host is 2 CPUs x Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU G1820T @ 2.40GHz, with the PFSENSE vm having 2 CPUs, and 4GB memory, my WAN interface port is 1000GB.

 

ill be upgrading the 4670s soon.





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  # 1686113 11-Dec-2016 16:30
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That's plenty enough power.

 

 

 

As i said, unless your intending on loading it up ontop of that (plugins etc) you will be easily pushing it with that.

 

4670s will certainly be a good futureproof move.





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  # 1686115 11-Dec-2016 16:36
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hio77:

 

That's plenty enough power.

 

 

 

As i said, unless your intending on loading it up ontop of that (plugins etc) you will be easily pushing it with that.

 

4670s will certainly be a good futureproof move.

 

 

 

 

Thanks, I dont know much about ESXi, just the very basics, so no plugins ATM. 





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