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Old 30th May 2011
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Exclamation firewalling with a small soekris appliance

Hi,
At work, i used a Soekris Appliance, the first model(2001) : cpu 133 MHz with 64 Mo. I use it for PF and isakmpd vpn. I have also a NAS(3To) connected in our network. Clients(there are 3) send his backup at work using our vpn, and tranfert their datas to our nas (through an ipsec tunnel). Since, we put this firewall, we have some errors on copy.

I use top command on the OpenBSD firewall, and have this :
idle : 81 % ; Free MEM : 24 M

I tried to verify system with : systat and swapctl, all seems to me good. But

Do you think, that this appliance is too slow for what i do ? (transfert FTP through an ipsec tunnel).

Thank you very much for your replies!
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