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  • #16
    I've long wondering if I should get one of these. I'll soon have a spare core 2 quad rig with 4GB DDR2, so I figure that'd be enough right?

    I'd have like up to 10 wired connections total.
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    • #17
      If it the Core 2 Quad has the AES-NI instruction set, it should work great!

      On the other hand though, if it doesn't, there is always OPNSense.

      Not that PFSense is enforcing that right now, or even in the next release, but it sounds like they may very well so.. yeah.
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      • #18
        The great thing about Pfsense and its general purpose, low end/dated hardware within reason will perform just fine. Perfect for re-purposing that old rig sitting in the corner gathering dust !
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        • #19
          Originally posted by ENTERPRISE View Post
          The great thing about Pfsense and its general purpose, low end/dated hardware within reason will perform just fine. Perfect for re-purposing that old rig sitting in the corner gathering dust !
          Indeed. The only reason why I upgraded to modern hardware was due to OpenVPN encryption bogging down resources once our Internet speed increased above 100 Mbps.

          And even then, I still bought a used Xeon of ebay lol

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