ER-Lite and ER-X-SFP in VRRP setup.
(Old picture, there is now a 19" PDU in the back of the rack.)
I picked up this thing for like $50. Keep it in a Compaq rack in my basement. Electricity is dirt cheap where I live too
I use a RT-N18U, which is basically the same thing just with no AC wifi and one third the price. It's perfect for me since it can route gigabit connections, and I use wired internet because I want a stable and fast connection.
Apple Airport Extreme AC
Anything else is generic Chinese made hardware in a fancy case, which will need to be restarted every month when your Internet inexplicably stops working.
can recommend this. cheap and reliable. theres a version without AC thats even cheaper
Some MikroTik, looks kinda like picrelated, not sure what model it is though.
Great now I have to update, there goes my month and a half of uptime into the toilet.
Asus AC68U. Very happy with it, handles my 1Gbps connection quite well and last time I restarted it (for a network issue that turned out to be caused by a driver, not the router), it had 6+ months of uptime and always worked flawlessly.
I need a wireless ac router so I can stream games from my pc to my phone with trinus vr. What's the best price to performance ac router that's fast as fuck? At least 1 gigabit per second pl0x
hello pfsense gods i have a question
how does the shit work like im on an ADSL connection so does the ADSL line go into the pfsense box or does it just bypass the router and come in through ethernet? cheers
Because Atom's iGPU blows and limits its encryption performance, so it would suck for VPNs and the like. Athlon has the right features as a platform for what I want but the power inefficiency of that process node means it draws too much juice for what it does.
The lack of diversity isn't really too much of an issue when half of the units do literally exactly the same stuff anyway.
Not as if the GDI had any late game units worth using anyway. Save for maybe the Mammoth Tank.
NOD atleast had the Devils Tongue and Stealth Gens.
If you're in an apartment and have devices that can use AC then yes, because 2.4GHz is likely completely fucked from all your neighbors
If you transfer decent sized files between your computers on a semi-regular basis then yes.
If not, then probably not
Still using my RT-N16 with ASUS Merlin fork firmware. Have my FIOS router in bridge mode so i don't have to deal with the tiny NAT table in my FIOS router. 75/75 service but get 85/90.
Holding up pretty good unless you start using QoS, then the router shits itself.
I would like to use it to connect to an outside VPN continuously as well as run a local VPN server.
If your modem doubles as a router, that's a little redundant, eh? I suppose you can disable its routing functions if you really wanted to use pfsense instead. Configure "direct internet connection" mode, or whatever it's called.
How badly would signal become affected if it set it up like that? I am needing a new router, money is no object and I use a single computer to hold all the media of the house so I am constantly streaming shit.
I've heard good things about the Ubiquiti UniFi products. Anyone here using it?
I've got to service a 3000sqft space but the setup has to be in one corner of it, which makes everything shitty.