[RndTbl] Small router that'll do two internal networks
catchall at keizer.ca
Tue Jan 4 22:58:47 CST 2011
true, i do recall that note about the heat ...
and .. when i check to actually go to order .. it looks like they now only
produce in QTY of 100 :-(
too bad ...
you'd have to settle for the single ethernet port option.
OpenWRT is another option with vlan's .. found this reference:
or dd-wrt.com has the following to offer on separation of ports:
but these do require some up-front configuration to some degree ...
When I was working with OpenWRT a while back and I really liked it -- had
all the options I was looking for at the time ...
On 4 January 2011 20:11, Kevin McGregor <kevin.a.mcgregor at gmail.com> wrote:
> ...Although they recommend using the NICs at 10/100 due to heat problems.
> The original SheevaPlug (which I have; 1 GbE) didn't have the heat problem.
> On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 10:36 PM, catchall catchall <catchall at keizer.ca>wrote:
>> I'd consider the following:
>> gig nics too :-)
>> On 3 January 2011 22:11, Sean Walberg <sean at ertw.com> wrote:
>>> Does anyone know of a SOHO router/firewall that'll separate two internal
>>> networks? If an off-the-shelf Linksys could just do dot1q vlans it would be
>>> I specifically don't want to build or hack something, as this isn't for
>>> me. Wireless optional. Being able to let some stuff through from one network
>>> to another (printers) would be a bonus. Cheap is desirable.
>>> Sean Walberg <sean at ertw.com> http://ertw.com/
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