Contributed by sean on from the openbsd and pf for fun AND profit dept.
Lok's solution:Put everything in one slim box, using one or two AMD chips to power everything, a custom chip for security and unified software with a point-and-click design for easy setup. Lok uses off-the-shelf parts and OpenBSD, a free version of Unix. The smallest Airlok supports up to 300 concurrent users and costs $3,000 versus $20,000 if a WISP buys all the features separately. A larger Airlok, for 5,000 users, costs $20,000 and does the work of seven devices costing $120,000.The biggest Airlok supports 50,000 users and costs $70,000 versus $500,000 or more for equivalent separate devices.
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