YANC - Yet Another (free) New Computer

Brian D Heaton ky9k-lists at ky9k.org
Sat Apr 22 20:04:35 PDT 2017

Mirkotik RB450G or the Ubiquiti Edgerouter Lite?

Not sure if either or those will meet your needs. I've run OpenWRT on 
the RB450G and it worked quite well within the limits of the SOC.


On 4/22/2017 18:45, Larry Gadallah wrote:
> Not sure what you are driving at, but many people suggest that an
> Ethernet USB adapter can be used, but the USB bus on the Pi is not
> designed for the kind of bandwidth needed for an Ethernet interface,
> hence the problem. But to answer your question: Yes, we need two
> physical Ethernet interfaces with separate PHYs and MAC addresses.
> On Sat, Apr 22, 2017 at 6:23 PM, Dean Gibson AE7Q <amateur at ae7q.com> wrote:
>> Is a Pi, plus $35 "a reasonable price"?  I'm assuming here that your need is
>> two Ethernet ports with different IP addresses on different wired networks
>> ...
>> On 2017-04-22 17:22, Larry Gadallah wrote:
>> I've all but given up on someone producing a nice SoC SBC that has two
>> (or more) "real" Ethernet ports for a reasonable price. I could
>> eliminate several old, large, clunky PCs if I could get a Pi that had
>> a real second Ethernet port.
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