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richard18

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Which hardware (low price) would you recomend to install kerio control (max power ~60W)
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Rome

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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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richard18

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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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Rome

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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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richard18

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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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Elliott

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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).

[Updated on: Mon, 16 April 2018 17:30]

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owenmpk

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I typically use a used Dell OptiPlex 5000 or 7000 series small form factor system with an i5, 4GB RAM then add a 2 or 4 port NIC and a Samsung EVO SSD.

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marbet970

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Hi Everybody,

Eliot, 200mbit with all service on ?

I mean:

Kerio Antivirus,Intrusion Prevention, Application Awareness,Kerio Control Web Filter....


Thanks
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Elliott

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correct, with all security services turned on. When 15 users are busy online it sometimes drops a bit, but had speedtests (without any user being active) at 350MBIT which is our max bandwith.

If you go for the microserver be sure you upgrade the onboard nic firmware, available free at hpe.com

power usage with typical load is around 20W

[Updated on: Wed, 25 April 2018 10:50]

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marbet970

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Thanks a lot Elliott!
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emilianoricco@gmail.com

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Good morning to everyone
@owenmpk which brand / model of nic you use on your appliance?
i really appreciate info about tested 2/4 port nic on kerio CONTROL SOFTWARE appliance
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owenmpk

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I have used the following
HP NC364T PCIe 4Pt Gigabit Server Adapter
HP 412648-B21 NC360T PCI-Express DP GigaBit Adapter
Intel PRO/1000 VT Quad Port Server Adapter LP PCI-E EXPI9404VT

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owenmpk

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marbet970 wrote on Wed, 09 May 2018 06:48
on which pc?

I use those adapters on the Dell OptiPlex i5 systems and on Lenovo TS140 i3 back when those were still available at a good price.

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really thanks for the info. i'm planning to build two appliance vith some sff desktop to put in my racks to manage a site to site vpn and all service active in each . thinking about cpu / ram / disk performance , on wich should i focus on ?
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