High performance pfSense appliance - scope7-8771



  • I would like to introduce you to our high performance pfSense appliance - scope7-8771.
    The scope7-8771 is tested and pre-installed with pfSense.

    Specifications

    Keyfeatures
    • Intel® core i7 with AES-NI
    • Compact rackmount 1U with shorter depth design
    • Gen.3 LAN bypass support
    • Expandable with ethernet modules
    • IPMI/Management port
    • ECC Memory Support
    • Redundant Power Supply
    • Watchdog
    • 2 x USB 3.0 ports

    Specs

    Platform
    CPU    Intel® core i7 with AES-NI
    Chipset    Intel C226 Chipset (Lynx Point PCH)
    Memory    16GB DDR3 1600 MHz  RAM

    Storage
    160 GB HDD

    I/O
    Ethernet controller    8 x Intel i210
    Default LAN    8 x GbE RJ45 ports
    Bypass    3 pairs of 3rd Generation LAN bypass
    Console    1 x RJ45
    Ethernet modules    2 
    Management ports    1, shared with IPMI port
    Display output    1 x VGA (optional)
    USB 3.0    2 x Type A
    IPMI via OPMA slot    Yes

    Power and Mechanical
    Expansion    2 x PCIe*8 for NIC (Optional Rear PCIE)
    Type/Watts    300W Redundant Power supply
    Processor cooling    Passive heatsink
    Fan cooling    3 cooling fans

    Certifications
    Certifications    CE Emission, FCC Class A, RoHS

    Physical and Environmental
    Operating temperature    0ºC to 40ºC
    Storage temperature    -20ºC to 70ºC
    Operating humidity    5% to 90% (non-condensing)
    Storage humidity    5% to 95% (non-condensing)
    Dimensions (W x H x D)    431 mm x 44 mm x 468 mm (16.81" x 1.72" x 18.25")
    Weight    7 kg (15.4 lbs)
    LCD module    2 x 20 characters (optional)
    Watchdog    Yes
    Internal RTC    Yes


    Costs
    Please create an account on our website to view the prices. You may also contact our sales team (sales@landitec.com).



    Additional network modules

    Modul 4 x RJ45

    Network Modul with Intel Chipset and 4 GBe RJ45 Ports.

    Modul 8 x RJ45

    Network Modul with Intel Chipset and 8 GBe RJ45 Ports.

    Modul 4 x SFP

    Network Modul with Intel Chipset and 4 GBe SFP Ports.

    Modul 2 x SFP+

    Network Modul with Intel Chipset and 2 GBe SFP+ Ports.


    Miscellaneous

    At Landitec you get the appliance pre-installed with the latest version of pfSense.

    Hardware
    For hardware, 1 year warranty is granted. Extended warranty is available.

    RMA
    RMA and Support inside EU and during european office working hours.

    Tests
    BurnIn Test 24h after assembling. Testing software functionality after installing. Final configuration of network ports.

    Stock & Delivery
    Normally on stock - delivery next business day.

    Further Information:
    Further information about scope7:  www.scope7.de
    scope7-8771 can be ordered here:  www.landitec.de
    http://www.landitec.com/Open-Source-Appliance-Solutions/scope7-Open-Source-Firewall/scope7-8771::84.html



    • Wrong Section.  You should be here. Thread has been moved, thanks.

    • You're obviously reselling this, possibly with a rebranded version of pfSense ("scope7"?).  Why would people buy from you?  What's the value-add?


  • Netgate Administrator

    Since they also sell the bare Lanner unit I assume they are offering pfSense pre-installed and what config options you want. The advantage seems to be a ready to go custom box.
    Also: https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=79024.msg446376#msg446376
    They are the European distributor for Lanner.

    Steve



  • @stephenw10:

    Since they also sell the bare Lanner unit I assume they are offering pfSense pre-installed and what config options you want. The advantage seems to be a ready to go custom box.
    Also: https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=79024.msg446376#msg446376
    They are the European distributor for Lanner.

    Steve

    I'm still curious about the "scope7" bit.



  • 1. Wrong Section.  You should be here. Thread has been moved, thanks.

    Thanks for moving the Thread. I was not able to create a new Thread in the Vendors area  :-.

    2. You're obviously reselling this, possibly with a rebranded version of pfSense ("scope7"?).  Why would people buy from you?  What's the value-add?

    Why resellers buy from Landitec:
    Landitec is European distributor for Lanner. scope7 is the harware brand
    for appliances with pre-installed open source software, here with pfSense,
    other solutions will follow in Q1 2015.

    I. Professional assembly with tested industrial grade components.

    II. Database with serial numbers of each component. (Preventive error
    detection in batch fault.)

    III. BurnIn Test 24h after assembling. Installation of pfSense and
    configuration of network ports. Final quality test before shipping.

    IV. WEEE registered ( waste electrical and electronic equipment).

    V. Normally on stock - delivery next business day.

    VI. RMA and Support inside EU and during european office hours - smart and
    in time. Cost-efficient because of delivery from Germany.

    Why cutomers shouldn‘t buy the barbone hardware from Lanner directly:

    I. Support and RMA handling only in their respective timezones. Until
    receiving a replacement unit/components back from Taiwan it may take up to
    6 months. Shipping costs may exceed the price of the unit.

    II. Original Lanner units will be tested as barbone only. Later assembled
    components are not part of this test.

    III. Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) at Lanner sometimes is pretty high.

    IV. If the European buyer is not WEEE registered (and pays for this)
    direct import to Europe is not legal.

    Direct buyers often forget to calculate the high shipping costs from
    Taiwan or USA to Europe. They forget the customs handling fees and the
    exchange and handling fees for the bank.

    Landitec supports frequent resellers with end customer leads and organizes
    marketing actions.


  • Netgate Administrator

    Sounds reasonable. So just to be clear this is a standard pfSense install, not customised for the hardware?

    Steve



  • Sounds reasonable. So just to be clear this is a standard pfSense install, not customised for the hardware?

    Steve

    Basically we did not change any pfSense code. But partly we use a customized BIOS because of some detailed booting problems. We also use the standard LCD drivers from pfSense and configure them automatically while the installation process.

    Last but not least, we are very careful with the hardware configuration, as there can occur some I/O problems. Any change of the assembling can cause major faults. We configure the network ports and add a nice front panel.



  • Why i7 CPU in a server motherboard? Especially when you list ECC memory support…



  • I created an user account yesterday (Friday 16-April-2015) afternoon at www.landitec.com

    I can login but I can't see prices and not also use the Shopping cart.

    Not e-mail confirmation for my user account also.

    ???

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  • Could yo clarify the business relation with www.landitec.com and www.scope7.de (www.secudos.de) ?

    It seems that scope-7 appliances are built by www.secudos.de

    Thanks!







  • Sorry for going to be slightly less polite in this matter, but:

    Why ON EARTH do you make life for prospective customers miserable by requiring them to create an account before they can see what you have to offer (price wise)?

    I can get very angry about this. Obviously, as we economists can learn a lot from (some) IT-people, IT-people (many) can learn a lot from us (and no, contrary to belief, you are not by definition smarter than "us stupid economists").

    I mean: this is 2015, not 1916. The world has evolved since then. We've learned a thing or two about how to convert a sales effort into an outgoing invoice.

    Any company that requires me to waste my time ("don't waste my mother fking time", © Al Pacino in 'Heat', 1995**) creating a stupid account, having to click on 'verify account' links in my mail and then to continue where I wanted to go in the first place?

    Has just lost me eternally as a prospect, let alone a customer.

    It is not about you and your spamdatabase efforts, it is about us: the customers.

    "don't waste my mother fking time", © Al Pacino in 'Heat'**

    Sorry, I normally don't do this. But I can not for the life of it understand the hatred of IT-people who try to sell stuff towards their customers.

    Me out.



  • Forget them.

    I've also met with "businesses" like this, after a phone call they told me they will only disclose the price if I sign a special contract with them, etc.
    Plain stupid.

    They lost bussiness, because I went elsewhere to buy several other products, instead of buying from them. That's all…



  • @robi:

    Forget them.

    I've also met with "businesses" like this, after a phone call they told me they will only disclose the price if I sign a special contract with them, etc.
    Plain stupid.

    They lost bussiness, because I went elsewhere to buy several other products, instead of buying from them. That's all…

    I have to agree. its stupid not to list prices. If you don't list prices if you want to buy more then X of them then its ok because you can get a discount or so. It seems more like they will check what user/ company you are and ask money that way. like if a BIG one ask they will ask a higher price then when a normal person does.

    i also like to compare prices and specs etc. This way it's very hard to do so. that i want to know the price does not mean i want to buy it. i don't need a offer yet i first need to know the price.