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Re: Tor Hardware Router (Tor in a box)

Thomas Sjögren wrote:

* How many SSL handshakes per second / AES MB/s can this CPU handle
and are there silly limitation about the bandwidth across the bus?
(Someone could actually need to have one of these boards to find this
* based on the above we can take a guess about how well this will
perform as an OP and OR.

perhaps we should as the ppl. at pcengines.ch - they developed this box :-) another solution would be the net4801 from soekris engineering. (http://www.soekris.com/)

Have you (or anyone else for that matter:) tried out the VIA C3 or C7

I'm running tor on VIA C3 (1GHz), serving about 500-1000kbytes/sec. http://www.noreply.org/tor-running-routers/node-traf-B30A26FCC16C545748A4EF0002629B5A48E26816.png

It's working fine without CPU fan, but I think it's too hot for appliances since it gets more than 60 degrees Celsius.

Ryo Tagami