is zeroshell scalable to use as firewall for larger networks

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    is zeroshell scalable to us as firewall for larger networks

    say example assuming me as ISP i need my broadband clients to pass thru the firewall (which mean Zeroshell) any body who implemented in realtime please share with me[/code][/url]

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    ZS is still in beta phase. Consider that before using it in a corporate environment. On the other hand it is very stable and you should not face major issues. Depending on the traffic and the complexity of the rules of the firewall, you should get relatively strong hardware. Start with a Pentium 4 with 1-2Gigs of RAM and see how will it go.

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    i am going to use around 200+ rules in firewall which in bridged mode in chain and for l7 logging is it scalable my local lan traffic meets 700Mbps of lan traffic and 90 Mbps of WAN traffic

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