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Topic # 121034 21-Jun-2013 19:52
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Hi,

I want to build a small cheap pfsense firewall to have a play with.

Anyone got a small thin client type machine with either two 100MBps network interfaces or 1 and a PCI slot?

Alternatively, a mini itx / pico atx based system.

I want to get something with a low power draw, so not a small form factor PC.

Thanks,

Kim



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  Reply # 841225 21-Jun-2013 19:52
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 841250 21-Jun-2013 20:04
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How much do you want to pay? If you're not looking for a super cheap 2nd hand system you can pick up some great value systems for even under US$100 on aliexpress


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  Reply # 841261 21-Jun-2013 20:22
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Have a look at those mini itx Supermicro Atom boards. low power draw but have good quality Intel NICs.







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  Reply # 841297 21-Jun-2013 21:33
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sbiddle: How much do you want to pay? If you're not looking for a super cheap 2nd hand system you can pick up some great value systems for even under US$100 on aliexpress



Thanks, I'll look and see if they have any dual network ones.

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  Reply # 841298 21-Jun-2013 21:35
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If it is just to play with/test it might pay to install it as a virtual machine if you have an ESXi running already.



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  Reply # 841306 21-Jun-2013 21:46
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1080p: If it is just to play with/test it might pay to install it as a virtual machine if you have an ESXi running already.


I want to use it for real. :-)




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