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The freegw box is connected to the internet by XS4ALL Only and a Thomson SpeedTouch 780WL ADSL modem which gives it a theoratical speed of 1 Mbit/s up and 8 Mbit/s down and approximately 100 KByte/s up and 750 KByte/s down in the real world. The box has no monitor and keyboard connected and is installed together with the modem in the meter cupboard, so I don't have to listen to that unpleasant noise coming from the disk drive and cool fans.

The 'new' HP Vectra VLi8 box (used until June 19, 2016):
  • HP motherboard with Intel chipset
  • 600MHz Intel Pentium III processor
  • 384MB memory
  • Intel 82371AB/EB (PIIX4) USB 1.0 controller
  • Intel PIIX4 UDMA33 controller
  • onboard 3Com 3c905B-TX Fast Etherlink XL 100Mbps network adapter (ADSL)
  • internal 3Com 3C905C-TX Fast Etherlink XL 100Mbps network adapter (LAN)
  • 20GB Western Digital Protégé disk drive
  • CD-ROM drive
  • no monitor
  • no keyboard
The old HP Vectra VL400 box (used until May 15, 2012):
  • HP motherboard with Intel 815 chipset
  • 733MHz Intel Pentium III processor
  • 384MB memory
  • Intel USB 1.0 controller
  • Intel ATA66 controller
  • onboard 3Com 3C905C-TX Fast Etherlink XL 100Mbps network adapter (ADSL)
  • internal 3Com 3C905C-TX Fast Etherlink XL 100Mbps network adapter (LAN)
  • 20GB Western Digital Protégé disk drive
  • CD-ROM drive
  • no monitor
  • no keyboard
The old gathered box (used until Sep 5, 2004):
  • Intel Endeavour motherboard
  • 100MHz Intel (bug?) Pentium processor
  • 80MB memory
  • 3Com 3C509-Combo EtherLink III 10Mbps network adapter (LAN)
  • 3Com 3C509-TPO EtherLink III 10Mbps network adapter (ADSL)
  • 3GB Western Digital Caviar disk drive
  • 2GB Western Digital Caviar disk drive (backup drive)
  • CD-ROM drive
  • no monitor
  • no keyboard

View freegws hardware configuration at /boot (dmesg output)
View freegws kernel configuration at /kernel
More system information can be found here



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