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    Quote Originally Posted by technadol View Post
    Virtualised means he need to run ESXi or similar.

    Which might not bring the best IOPS for his NAS setup.
    Indeed there will be some perf. penalty under virtualization, but that is the joys of tinkering, optimizing and making full use of all-in-1 hardware

    Probably i will try out this SoftNAS in one of my home garage projects , offering some interesting perf. consideration guilde

    BTW Halon Security Router any1 ?, with those killer (overkill?) features .
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    Quote Originally Posted by p|sangp|sang View Post
    how much can the rPi push? Get the 512mb ver or try the beagle bone black
    ~70Mbps aggregrated, LAN to WiFi. Using "setting g and 80211n to 1. Master Mode = AP Mode" on hostapd.
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    Interesting read. I'm planning to build a multi purpose box. ESXI on E3-1230v2 32GB ECC. Got 0 experience though. Waiting for motherboard to reach Singapore. X9SCI-LN4F will be using with Intel I350-T4 should have more than enough ports for my usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kohroyston View Post
    Interesting read. I'm planning to build a multi purpose box. ESXI on E3-1230v2 32GB ECC. Got 0 experience though. Waiting for motherboard to reach Singapore. X9SCI-LN4F will be using with Intel I350-T4 should have more than enough ports for my usage.

    Anyone running a multi box with nas etc all in one? Care to share?
    Where did you order your SuperMicro from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kohroyston View Post
    Interesting read. I'm planning to build a multi purpose box. ESXI on E3-1230v2 32GB ECC. Got 0 experience though. Waiting for motherboard to reach Singapore. X9SCI-LN4F will be using with Intel I350-T4 should have more than enough ports for my usage.

    Anyone running a multi box with nas etc all in one? Care to share?
    Wow, what an envious rig!
    I just recently builded a puny Gigabyte H77N-WiFi + i5-3570k with win7 vmware workstation. I didn't have a chance to venture into ESXi yet, but overheard be prepare on possible esxi passthrough issues , especially on GPU ...etc Happy virtualizing and do post back your experiences of setting up it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wenasong View Post
    Where did you order your SuperMicro from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by t258jgn View Post
    waiting for Dr_ARCHer to get his Zywalls running at home
    Just picked up my Zyxel USG100-Plus from CDL, who are the distro for Zyxel products. Thanks to Zyxel Singapore and CDL for getting this updated version of the USG100 for me so quickly (within 2 weeks). This router is very new, and I can't seem to find reviews for this, though there were reviews of the older model.

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    Tear down + pics if possible without voiding the warranty, please
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    Quote Originally Posted by &d00 View Post
    Tear down + pics if possible without voiding the warranty, please
    Here's a photo of the box (below the Asus Xtion Pro Live).



    Specs for this Plus model is much better than the non-Plus model

    o SPI firewall throughput: 600 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 150 Mbps
    o UTM throughput (AV+IDP): 30 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 50
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 25

    The older USG100 model specs:

    o SPI firewall throughput: 220 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 90 Mbps
    o UTM throughput (AV+IDP): 30 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 50
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 25

    Not sure about the tear down photos though. Sometimes, I am so protective of the parts, I don't even take them out of the box... like my two MARS 2 cards (joking... although my MARS 2 are still in their boxes).

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    Huge improvement, but I usually like to see firewall at 1Gig
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    I have to say that 150Mbps VPN is impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_ARCHer View Post
    Here's a photo of the box (below the Asus Xtion Pro Live).



    Specs for this Plus model is much better than the non-Plus model

    o SPI firewall throughput: 600 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 150 Mbps
    o UTM throughput (AV+IDP): 30 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 50
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 25

    The older USG100 model specs:

    o SPI firewall throughput: 220 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 90 Mbps
    o UTM throughput (AV+IDP): 30 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 50
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 25

    Not sure about the tear down photos though. Sometimes, I am so protective of the parts, I don't even take them out of the box... like my two MARS 2 cards (joking... although my MARS 2 are still in their boxes).
    Ah I see, so there are newer hardware with the same model number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wenasong View Post
    Ah I see, so there are newer hardware with the same model number.
    There is even a forthcoming model called the Zywall 110 (no UTM yet), which has the following specs:

    o SPI firewall throughput: 1000 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 300 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 100
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 5

    The Zywall 310:

    o SPI firewall throughput: 2000 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 500 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 200
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 50

    and the Zywall 1100:

    o SPI firewall throughput: 3600 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 800 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 1000
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 250

    The 110 is not available yet, else I would have bought it instead of the USG100-Plus. Maybe later in the year when it is available.

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    Bring it to maylyn place to test test.




    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_ARCHer View Post
    Specs for this Plus model is much better than the non-Plus model

    o SPI firewall throughput: 600 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 150 Mbps
    o UTM throughput (AV+IDP): 30 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 50
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 25

    The older USG100 model specs:

    o SPI firewall throughput: 220 Mbps
    o VPN throughput (AES): 90 Mbps
    o UTM throughput (AV+IDP): 30 Mbps
    o Max concurrent IPSec VPN tunnels: 50
    o Max concurrent SSL VPN users: 25

    Not sure about the tear down photos though. Sometimes, I am so protective of the parts, I don't even take them out of the box... like my two MARS 2 cards (joking... although my MARS 2 are still in their boxes).

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