Cheap hardware for router.
djallen at cts.com
Tue Apr 10 21:20:37 PDT 2001
Well, let's not get carried away here. A friend of mine had
EigerSteinBETA temporarily running on a 1.1GH Athlon and we saw
noticable performance degradation on Net connections, and that on a
If you have any kind of a substantial firewalling ruleset (which LRP
does), the faster the CPU can run the packets against the rules, the
I think one can take the CB path a little too far. I recommend at least
a 486, but I would use a Pentium if I had one.
Ah, now that I look at my SDG&E bill...
"John H. Robinson, IV" wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 03:16:29AM +0200, Martin Baehr wrote:
> > get a 486 for your router, it will be plenty.
> get a 386. this way, you do not even need to worry about if you have a
> working CPU fan or not.
> (i had a pentium/100 that had its fan die. i have no idea how long it
> did not work before i noticed it. no damage done, so i guess that means
> you can go ahead and use that 486 after all :)
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