real hardware router VS linux router
nanog at daork.net
Fri Feb 20 03:16:05 CST 2009
On 20/02/2009, at 9:51 PM, Bailey Stephen wrote:
> Not sure if this has already been mentioned, but what about solid
> hard drives? Think they are in the high GB capacity now and solves
> problem of no moving parts?
Regular CF works fine.
CF's interface is ATA, so you can drop it in to a PATA hole with a
very simple adapter.
There are plenty of "network appliance" boxes that are designed for
this sort of thing with lots of network holes mounted on the front and
so on. Lots of them have CF card slots on the front as well, just like
many router vendors do.
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