[Dshield] Cisco Router/Firewall - which is the best for me?

Meidinger Chris chris.meidinger at badenit.de
Fri Oct 8 13:30:57 GMT 2004


 It's because the gnomes that live inside the router and sort the packets
can't breathe at that altitude. 
(also, it is hard for them to get a fire going -- then it would just be
wall)

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> Chris, I guess I was more thinking about the hardware 
> processor side of the equation though.
> 
> I was looking at the spec's again and I guess you shouldn't 
> operate this router above 6500 Feet? How odd. Guess Pikes 
> Peak is out of the question...lol... A point to make note of.
> 
> -----Original Message-----
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> best for me?
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> 
> >Depends how fast the connection is. The 501e will do 4,5 
> Mbit with 128bit
> >AES. That's a triple T1, double E1, or dual 2,3 Mbit SDSL. 
> 
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