Martin List-Petersen wrote:
>>Got a URL for the pcengines thingy?
>http://www.pcengines.ch/wrap.htm>> It's a board mainly designed as platform for router or wlan ap, but quite useful
> for other stuff, too.
>> It's a bit bigger, though. 1 to 3 lan connection, 1 or 2 minipci, serial,
> compactflash, 233 or 266 mhz Geode CPU, 64 MB ram.
Well, if you're talking that level of hardware, http://www.soekris.com/
do some nice SBCs (single board computers) with various numbers of lan
interfaces and PCI, miniPCI and/or PCMCIA cardbus slots. Corkwan has
had a number of them in use for quite a while now without any problems.
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