[asterisk-users] looking for “solid state” like PC suitable for Asterisk

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Another option is to get those routers that are capable of running dd-wrt firmware with USB ports(for storage)

This option is rather good if you don’t need any VoIP cards and if you are OK to use sip/iax2 etc trunks.

I have my wifi router with dd-wrt firmware running asterisk for home use.

It’s cheap, small, uses less power, noiseless and 🙂 just cool

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On May 10, 2012, at 7:35 PM, John Novack wrote:

> I use HP Thin Clients with AstLinux installed.
> HP 5720’s are available on eBay for not much money, or there are many small boards available new if you don’t or can’t use used. 10 watts, no fan, no HD
>
> Not sure what might be available in your part of the world, but there are Sockris and ALIX flash based boards. AstLinux has special configurations for these.
> I have 20-30 AstLinux on thin clients working without a belch on a private collectors network
>
> John Novack
>
>
> Bart Coninckx wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> for smaller (or maybe even bigger) sites I’m looking for a smaller, appliance-type like PC, preferably solid state and fanless PC.
>> Since it’s only going to run Asterisk for a couple of extensions I don’t think CPU and RAM need to be maxed out.
>>
>> Does anyone have inspiration/experience for/about such a model?
>>
>> thx!!
>>
>> BC
>>
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