[App_rpt-users] Minimum System and Network Requirements

Jim Duuuude telesistant at hotmail.com
Fri Dec 31 12:38:43 EST 2010

Well, first of all the BeagleBoard-xM (which is what we use) is a 1GHz processor.
I have a feeling you were looking at the BeagleBoard C3 or C4 (the old one).

I have had good experience using 3G networks (both Sprint and Verizon)
for ROIP use. It seems to work quite well.


> From: tartan75 at gmail.com
> To: app_rpt-users at ohnosec.org
> Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2010 15:02:05 +0000
> Subject: [App_rpt-users] Minimum System and Network Requirements
> I'm looking to set up ACID on another machine. The machine will run 1 node
> (using DMK URI), which will be connected to only by iaxrpt. Its likely that
> the node will be simplex, although if a change to duplex would affect the
> answers it would be useful to know.
> System requirements:
> I read a while ago that the minimum system requirements were Pentium III
> 866Mhz, and 512MbRAM. I've seen references to the use of Beagle board, which
> until recently (if I understand correctly) wouldn't have been a comparable
> spec. Is the above spec a minimum, or have people found say a 600Mhz
> processor adequate for this level of installation?
> Network requirements:
> My use is generally temporary installs at remote locations. Broadband is
> often available, but for the locations where it isn't has anyone any
> experience of using 3G connections , or even GPRS (with an appropriate codec
> selected). I have experience of getting reliable 3G connections for 64k mp3
> shoutcast broadcast feed streams, but not for ROIP use. I appreciate that
> reliability and latency will be degraded with a mobile connections.
> Any experience much appreciated.
> Regards
> Nathan
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