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    Some information about HP T620 Plus Flexible Thin Client machines for network appliance builds...

    I love this little piece of hardware. I'm running a HP T620 with 8GB RAM, 240 GB Intel M2 SSD and a Mellanox Connect X3 with Sophos XG Home without any problems :)
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    Fujitsu Futro S920 Thin Client as opnsense firewall

    I´ve tested some scenarios on OPNsense with a HP T620 and i changed to Sophos XG Home. For now i´m glad with my decision :)
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    Fujitsu Futro S920 Thin Client as opnsense firewall

    Maybe this can help to speed up our boxes, @frauhottelmann https://teklager.se/en/knowledge-base/opnsense-performance-optimization/
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    Fujitsu Futro S920 Thin Client as opnsense firewall

    The results are better now :) This thin clients with AMD GX-CPU / platforms are very efficient and cheap. I will change to OPNsense and will leave the Unifi-universe. I can not understand how a Unifi UDM-Pro with a Quad ARM Cortex-A57 (1.7 GHz) CPU can handle an IPS-throughput of 3,5 GB/s ...
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    Fujitsu Futro S920 Thin Client as opnsense firewall

    I knew that IPS is hungry, but 50 % of the whole bandwight is heavy :oops: How high was the CPU-load during these tests ? I also ordered a HP T620, this thin-client got a 500 Mhz faster CPU (AMD GX-420CA), but the results should be similar to your benchmark. Thx for your tests. If you bechmark...
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    Fujitsu Futro S920 Thin Client as opnsense firewall

    Thx for your help, @frauhottelmann :) Good question - i got no experience with OPNsense, yet. The Futro 920 will my first try with it. Maybe you can try to activate Sensei or Suricata for the test. - Intrusion Prevention System — OPNsense documentation - Sensei: Overview — OPNsense documentation
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    Fujitsu Futro S920 Thin Client as opnsense firewall

    Nice build, @frauhottelmann ! :) I was wondering that the DeLock Riser fits without any problems. The original Fujitsu riser looks like a bit heigher. I ordered a Kalea-riser (https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B018KEM1GI/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) - i hope the riser will...
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    HGST Niagara v4.3

    I tried it with Ubuntu and with another HBA. No chance, my SSDs are locked by firmware. I tried to reflash the actually firmware via HUGO, but it also not working :(
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    HGST Niagara v4.3

    Can you tell me how do you recognize the SED-lock ? Do you can‘t format disk and can not save files on the drives ? Maybe a SED-lock is also the reason for my SAS3 speed configuration ?
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    HGST Niagara v4.3

    Me too. It doesn‘t work / niagara do not run ubuntu. Maybe i will try v20.04. I will try the manual of @vintagehardware this weekend. A guide will be sweet
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    DEAD: HGST SSD1600MM - HUSMM1640ASS201 - 400GB US $47.95 OBO

    I give this a last try with linux ;)
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    HGST Niagara v4.3

    I will try it the next days with CentOS and the linux-version of Niagara
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    DEAD: HGST SSD1600MM - HUSMM1640ASS201 - 400GB US $47.95 OBO

    Thx for your help. Tried it, tried it in x86, tried it in x64, tried another backplane. No chance, my devices seems to be locked by firmware.
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    DEAD: HGST SSD1600MM - HUSMM1640ASS201 - 400GB US $47.95 OBO

    Not yet. Can you tell me the command fot these changes ?
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    DEAD: HGST SSD1600MM - HUSMM1640ASS201 - 400GB US $47.95 OBO

    That`s the reason why i think that`s the actually IBM branded firmware locked this option