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 Reasons to not consider a Compulab Fitlet2? 
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Post Reasons to not consider a Compulab Fitlet2?
Hey folks,

So I've been shopping around for a potential pfsense box for the last week or so. I'm looking at the Netgate SG-3100 for obvious reasons, but I'm considering alternatives, too.

I saw the Compulab Fitlet2 announcement a few months ago and it occurred to me that with it's (potential with an addon) 4 LAN ports it might make a shockingly powerful and cheaper (for the specs you're getting) option. Speed Test Scrabble Word Finder Solitaire


Using their customizer here, I can get an Intel Celeron J3455 (4 Core, 1.5GHz with boost up to 2.3GHz, and AES-NI), 4GB RAM, 64GB M.2 SATA drive, the addition 2 LAN ports for a total of 4, and the extended temperature range addon because why not it's cheap for ~$320.

Considering the price, if I pick up a Gold Subscription to help support the project, what reasons would I have for NOT getting this?

Thanks for any help you can provide!


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Post Re: Reasons to not consider a Compulab Fitlet2?
A simple search on google can yield results for discussions around this topic.
I suggest you to look around perhaps you'd get a better Idea from customers already using pfsense on fitlet2.
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