It has a compatible Intel Ethernet adapter (82583V)
I don't know what else can be a problem.
09.04.2018, 11:29, "Anatoli" <m...@anatoli.ws>:
> Thanks, Maxim.
> Have you tried it with OpenBSD? Or should all these j1900 devices work well?
> *From:* Максим
> *Sent:* Monday, April 09, 2018 02:30
> *To:* Anatoli, Misc
> *Subject:* Re: 4-ports router under $150
> Hi Anatoli,
> Another good device for $165 in basic setup:
> С уважением,
> Родин Максим
> 08.04.2018, 02:45, "Anatoli" <m...@anatoli.ws>:
>> Hi All!
>> I'm looking for a modest 4-5 ports router under $150 that works well
>> with OpenBSD. I don't need WiFi, USB or console port, and the throughput
>> don't need to exceed 100Mbps. The ideal device would be EdgeRouter X
>> (compact, 5 ports, $50) but I know it's not supported at this moment and
>> probably never will be.
>> EdgeRouter (ER) Lite only has 3 ports and the switch ports (eth2-4) of
>> ERPOE-5 are not yet supported.
>> ER-4 would be great, but the 4th port is SFP, I'd need to by an SFP NIC
>> for one of my devices and I'm not sure it's supported as the octeon page
>> says ER PRO SFP ports are not supported yet. Also it's a bit expensive
>> Banana Pi R2 would be great too, but I couldn't find if it's supported
>> by OpenBSD (it has MediaTek MT7623N, Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7).
>> Are there 4-5 port devices that are known to work well with OpenBSD?