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Re: [P-box] (fwd) Tor Hardware Router (Tor in a box)
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> In fact pbox Level II is quite similar to the configuration
> you drafted; the major problem if you want to use
> it as a dedicated computer (you really mean "router" isn't it?)
> is the memory footprint & cpu power; embedded processor are in the
> range of 64-128Mb, non-upgradable, and Pentium 233 equivalent.
> But the Tor route use a lot of bandwidth, so if you
> can afford it, probably you can afford anoter dedicated
> pc or blade too.
> What do you think ?
> Ciao. Marco
The WRAP from PC-Engines.ch was just a "lowcost" example (about 150 Euro).
The embedded engines from Soekris.Com have much more power and should
work for a tor-in-a-box-router solution.
have a look here: http://www.soekris.com/products.htm
for example the net4826 would be a good thing.
the quys at m0n0wall (http://m0n0.ch/wall) "ported" their solution
to the soekris platform, too - so we should be able, too ;-)