so i need to pick the brains of the network gurus out there.
I have an ATT fiber at home with 8 static IP block with 5 usable. I have two ESXI hosts that run home services and dev lab. I setup a third esxi host to be used for external services (minecraft/blog, etc).
I have the ATT modem setup...
I am interested to know why there appears to be little love for sophos xg home version (or even UTM) from everybody.
Does it miss something or not do what it should do ?
Is the 4 cpu / 6gb a limit ?
Does everybody just prefer open source OPNsense of PFsense ?
Worried that they will suddenly...
So after building up my network over the last couple months with the approval of the boss (aka wife), I believe I'm finally ready to replace my ISP's router with something a little better.
My setup consist of the following items currently:
Ubiquiti Networks US-48-500W
I'm having a problem that's a bit similar to some posts I've ready, but I think my issue is unique enough to start a separate thread.
I am using Sophos XG to serve as my primary firewall/gateway/DHCP server for my home network.
Sophos XG is running on a dual NIC box, port 1 is connected...
I'm relatively new to advanced home networking. I currently run a Netgear WNDR3700 using OpenWrt as my router. I needed VLAN support to allow my SAN traffic and wireless traffic to be segregated from the main network traffic.
I have been running this setup, Modem > OpenWRT > Cisco SG200 (2)...