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Which hardware (low price) would you recomend to install kerio control (max power ~60W)
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I believe you can check the specs in the kerio page and choose what's best for you
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I mean, which hardware to buy to install kerio (like Q3160G2-P QOTOM Mini Itx ) or similar (2 network cards). Who has done that ?
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Frankly, I didn't buy a dedicated machine for, I had it run over a virtual machine
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I want to use hardware with 2 dedicated gigabit ethernet cards. If you want to replay please write your suggestion about which hardware (low cost) would be the best option.
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i can recommend Hp Microserver GEN10. I bought one new for 240 euro here in the Netherlands. It comes with dual gigabit onboard and 8GB RAM. The only thing u need to buy is a sata harddisk. I have put in a cheap SSD. It's performing fine (200MBit internet throughput without issues).
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