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    Untangle Ninja Jim.Alles's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoehoorn View Post
    @theoak It's usually much cheaper and more effective to get a switch for all of those things, and connect Untangle's internal interface to the switch.
    And even an inexpensive managed switch can handle the VLANs that will allow the segmentation that is desired.
    NETGEAR Gigabit Smart Managed Plus Switch Series

    If I had more than two interfaces, I would still hard-wire an Ubiquiti/UniFi Wi-Fi access point separately.

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    I noticed that we've been using ~4.5GB on our Untangle install lately so I wouldn't go below 8GB of RAM personally.
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