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real hardware router VS linux router
On 2/19/2009 9:37 AM, Ryan Harden wrote:
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> While you could probably build a linux router that is just as fast as a
> real hardware router, you're always going to run into the moving pieces
> part of the equation.
> In almost all scenarios, moving parts are more prone to failure than
> non-moving parts.
> Regardless of what you find out in your research, consider the above in
> your cost-benefit analysis.
> Deric Kwok wrote:
>> Hi All
>> Actually, what is the different hardware router VS linux router?
>> Have you had experience to compare real router eg: cisco VS linux router?
>> eg: streaming speed... tcp / udp
>> Thank you for your information
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ssd's remove the spindle from the equation..otherwise they both have
fans that do fail.