Has anyone bought one of these? Or has comments?





  • These aren't half bad, I've installed 50 of these on hotels around norway, with custom HP captive portal stuff.

    The previous models were pretty shitty, but these are OK and even have USB2.0
    Originally they are just thin clients, but they have room for expansioncards and more.



  • Thanks for the input.



  • I might assume this is HP's t5720 client.
    I have one of those, so does EddieA.

    I have mine running pfSense and the box is configured with 1GB RAM, 8GB DOM, and single gigabit PCI NIC.
    Switching to a dual-gigabit NIC has its merits, but I have no complaints at all with the way it is.
    It is not my primary router, but it is still a nice, small, quiet, solid state solution.



  • @Mookatroid:

    I might assume this is HP's t5720 client.
    I have one of those, so does EddieA.

    I have mine running pfSense and the box is configured with 1GB RAM, 8GB DOM, and single gigabit PCI NIC.
    Switching to a dual-gigabit NIC has its merits, but I have no complaints at all with the way it is.
    It is not my primary router, but it is still a nice, small, quiet, solid state solution.

    what brand of DOM do you have? and is the DOM access speeds effected by brand on this unit? (i have scavenged one from a dumpster [don't ask why it was there] and want to toss a DOM in) aside from that from what I can tell this sounds like its going to be a good unit, and for the deal looks like I may try to pick up another :)



  • If the unit already has a 512MB or larger DOM, then a nanobsd image will work on it.

    The 8GB DOM I installed is from Transcend, but once the unit is up and running DOM speeds don't really play a role in its operation.



  • ah ok, thought so…thanks wasn't sure if the DOM speed had a factor or not once PF was up and running...thanks for the info :)


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