I've been following some of the threads for max Bordermanager
throughput,
and it appears that the consensus is that multiple small physical
drives
provide the best performance.

That said, I want to create a better BMgr box. I have a PIII 500
available
with 512MB of RAM. I have a 20 gig IDE hard drive for SYS:, and I have
four
4.5 gig SCSI3 hard drives that I'd like to connect to use as the proxy

drives. We'll also be running the Connectotel LinkWall product for
content
filtering.

We normally have fewer than 500 simultaneous connections at any one
time.
Does this sound like a feasible, adequate hardware setup to handle
this load
effectively?

Thanks for any advice!

--> John
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John Endahl, District Network Administrator
Williamston Community Schools

"A mind is a fire to be kindled, not a vessel to be filled."