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Old 08-09-2016, 06:49 PM   #1
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Single board with dual Gb ethernet


I am curious to know if there is a single board computer out there with dual Gb ethernet.


Extra points if it has a mechanical bridge switch between to use as intrusion prevention device (IPD) with Snort or similar.

I checked the $15 pine64 but it does not. Checked Olimex and beagleboard. Surprised that such a device is not available. May be it is the ethernet power requirement that makes this harder to do.
 
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Compu-lab utilite ... but an older i.MX6 board. I've seen a newer one with dual GbE, although can't place it yet. I was on the Linux Action Show a week or more back.

http://us.axiomtek.com/Default.aspx?...7635&upcat=270

I think that's the one. CAPA880. But the price is not "listed". There's a number of more consumer and recent sbc's with USB3 which could be dual GbE with a dongle.
 
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If you go way up on price there are industrial boards.
 
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I found a switch that has linux support, bcm53125, now I am looking for something off-the-shelf that uses that. But I may just get a used switch/router that has openwrt/ddwrt, etc., support.
 
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http://us.axiomtek.com/Default.aspx?...7635&upcat=270

I think that's the one. CAPA880. But the price is not "listed". There's a number of more consumer and recent sbc's with USB3 which could be dual GbE with a dongle.
Price bites
 
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Old 01-09-2018, 03:47 PM   #7
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BeagleBoard-X15 ARM Cortex-A15 seems to be selling for $399. Kind of high.

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