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    Quote Originally Posted by jdpg2 View Post
    i assume the x25u comes with 13.2 on it?
    Edit: Sorry, 13.1.1 but they can upgrade to 13.2.
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    I think its shipping with 13.1.1 right now.
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    well i just ordered one.. i guess i will have to upgrade it once it comes.

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    To confirm, we're definitely shipping with 13.1.1.

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    Really intrigued by the u25x. What capabilities does the u25xw add? Seem wireless. Not sure if that means it can serve as an integrated wireless access point on 1 NIC as well as a router?

    Would u25x be sufficient for a 1 GB fiber home? Would the u50x be overkill?


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    the "w" just adds a 2.4 Mhz wifi card.

    the 50 adds 2 NICs and more ram. both handle a gig.
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    Well just got my u25x installed and online. I transfered the license and restored my the back up from my u25 (was very straight forward). Decided to do the same test i ran before.

    Apps: Web filter, Virus Blocker and Virus blocker lite, Bandwidth Control, Application Control , Firewall.
    Same bypass rule in QoS for the testing PC
    PC QoS set to Very High which is set to 60% Upload/Download Reservation

    u25 365 Mb/s average
    u25X 679 Mb/s average

    This new kit is a huge improvement and now i am getting the bandwidth i am paying for from my ISP. Very nice box Untangle!!!

    Test was run using dslreports speed test with just the testing PC connected to the u25X via an 8 port unmanaged switch, all cables Cat 6
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    Just ran same tests with 13.2 installed on my u25x. Same performance , i am totally happy with the upgrade (both box and software)

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    Love the form factor of the u25x. I'm currently running NGFW 13.2 on an Intel Celeron G1610, 120 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM else I'd be all over one of these.

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    How does the U25x compare to Celeron N2930 based gear? The N2930 is quad core and 1.83 ghz. The 3215U is dual core and runs at 1.7. I don’t know if Untangle makes use of more than one core nor do I have a feel for the effective processing power of the two cpus. Can more memory be added to the U25x? My current box is at 8 gig.

    I’m moving from a 150 mbps feed to a gig. My network has thirty devices but only half a dozen or so are likely to be hitting the internet at any given time. Most are sensors and other IOT devices generating limited traffic that’s primarily local.
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