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Date:      Wed, 08 May 2013 15:53:32 +0100
From:      Arthur Chance <>
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Subject:   Re: small fanless mini-pc for home router/firewall?
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On 05/08/13 15:48, Arthur Chance wrote:
> On 05/08/13 15:10, wrote:
>> What is the best option out there for a mini-pc to run FreeBSD as a home
>> router/firewall?  (needs to have 2 nic's)
> I use an alix2d3 running embedded pfSense as a 3 NIC (WAN, LAN, DMZ)
> router. If you only need 2 NICs go for the alix2d2. You can also add two
> mini-PCI WiFi cards to the 2d2 (or one to the 2d3) should you want WiFi
> as well.
> I think you can get these from a supplier in the US as well, but someone
> else will have to tell you who.

As soon as I sent that I noticed the "shop" link on the Alix page gives 
you a list of providers round the world. They've expanded their outlets 
a lot since I bought mine.

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