JohnC wrote:Why are you looking for it? What was unsatisfactory with your current device? What features do you need?
just brew it! wrote:It would also help if we knew how large of an office you're dealing with here, speed of Internet connection, and whether the connection is just used for web/e-mail or if there are other services hosted over the connection as well like externally-facing servers, VOIP, etc.
Your question as posed leaves things wide open. If it is a small office with very basic needs, even a consumer-grade router might be "good enough". If it is a large office with its own web/e-mail/e-commerce/etc. servers, QoS requirements, web filtering, etc. then you're probably looking for a serious enterprise-grade solution (big $).
drsauced wrote:Wall's on fire. Also VPN endpoint if the office is a satellite. Pfsense.org?
I see OP edited the post to include their current Sonicwall 205. This is a good unit, so what's wrong with the current appliance?
cubical10 wrote:If you use an old PC, rip out the HD and run from a USB stick. Old PC have old HD which are closing in on their life expectancy.
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