Contributed by jose on from the small-is-beautiful dept.
"Haven't seen this here, but have been offline for some time and search turned up nothing.
This looks pretty neat as an alternative to soekris, especially for us europeans, if anyone knows other expandable micro-pc's with multiple network interfaces please post."
"OpenBrick is a very small (180x118x40mm) and light (about 900g) and completely silent open platform which can be used as a micro-server, as a router or as a thin client. It contains a fanless 300 Mhz x86 compatible 300Mhz Geode processor and 128 MB SDRAM.This is actually quite tempting to replace my large, clunky, and slow firewall I use at home.
Default OpenBrick systems contain 128 MB SDRAM and a 32MB compact flash.
Options include :
The OpenBrick E is the "entreprise" version of the OpenBrick, based on the VIA C3/Eden platform to provide more CPU power. It includes 3x RJ45 LAN connectors.
- bigger compact flash (up to 640MB)
- 2.5" hard disk (from 10GB to 60GB)
- PCMCIA card (Ethernet, Wireless LAN)
- dual onboard LAN
OpenBrick E is a small ( 220 x 165 x 42 mm ) and light (about 1200 g) and completely silent open platform which can be used as a powerful server, as an advanced router or as an active thin client. It contains a fanless 533 Mhz x86 compatible VIA C3 processor and 256 MB SDRAM. "
http://www.camne.net/obrick.txt (dmesg for obsd 3.1)"
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