The micro sized PBX

Main features

Hardware with really compact dimensions

Completely fanless

Consume only: 10/14 Watt

apu2e2 o apu2e4

Wireless solutions are also available

Product nameDrive Bay
Basic product codes: VAP2FEL32_19, VAP2FEL34_19
Storage:16 GB mSATA SSD module, MLC flash
DescriptionExpansion slot
Hardware platform completely fanlessExpansion: 2 miniPCI express (one with SIM socket), LPC bus, GPIO header, I2C bus, COM2 (3.3V RXD / TXD)
Main boardSystem Cooling
apu2e2 / apu2e4Conductive cooling from the CPU and south bridge to the enclosure using a 3 mm alu heat spreader (included).
Motherboard specificationsFront Panel
. 2 or 4 GB DDR3-1333 DRAM ECC
. Storage: Boot from SD card (internal sdhci controller), external USB or m-SATA SSD. 1 SATA + power connector
. Jack = 2.5 mm, center positive
. 3 Gigabit Ethernet channels (i211AT Intel Chipset)
. I/O: DB9 serial port, 2 USB 3.0 external + 2 USB 2.0 internal, three front panel LEDs, pushbutton
. Firmware: CoreBoot
Three front panel LEDs, pushbutton
AMD G series T40E, 1 GHz dual Bobcat core with 64 bit support, 32K data + 32K instruction + 512K L2 cache per core12V DC, da 6 Watt a 12 Watt dipende dal CPU load
Anodised aluminum168mm x 157mm x 30mm (W x D x H)
Power supplyAvailable colours
AC adapter with euro and UK plug.
Input voltage 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Output voltage 12 V DC, maximum current 2A. High efficiency. Jack inner diameter 2.5 mm, outer diameter 5.5 mm, center positive.
Rosso / Nero
Optional: Module WirelessOptional: Modem GSM HSPA
Wireless: Dual-band 802.11n MIMO 2X2 miniPCIe up to 300Mbps
It is configured with Atheros chipset, so it is easy to use with all draft IEEE 802.11n compatible WLANs
Technical SpecificationsCertifications
. Atheros XB92 reference design
. Atheros XSPAN family chipset,P/N AR9280
. IEEE 802.11n compliant and backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g
. Dual-band 2 x 2 MIMO spatial multiplexing technique
. Maximum output power 18dBm@802.11a / 20dBm MIMO aggregate
. Supports up to 300Mbps physical data rates
. 4.9GHz support (Optional)
. Delivers up to 10 times the throughput and nearly twice the range of legacy 802.11a and 802.11b/g networks
. Transmission Power Control (IEEE 802.11h TPC)
. Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)
. Multi-Country Roaming Supported (IEEE802.11d Global Harmonization Standard)
. 2 x U.FL Antenna Connector
. Complaint with PCI-Express Mini Card 1.1 Standard
. Supports 802.11x authentication, 64/128/152Bit WEP, IEEE802.11i encryption
. Supports Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000 operating system
Technical Specifications
CE (European Conformity) – RoHS
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n.2 antenna: for 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band, 5 dBi peak gain in 2.4 GHz band none Remote Managemen

List of compatibility of firewall hardware products

pfSensefully compatible
OPNsensefully compatible
Zeroshellfully compatible
IPCopfully compatible
3CXfully compatible
Debianfully compatible
Ubuntufully compatible
Linuxfully compatible


To make it easier for you to choose the system that best suits your needs, we have created an interactive configurator.

To evaluate all the possible options that characterize the choice of a firewall / router system, we have created a guide to the sizing of the equipment that you can find here:

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Device performance analysis

NO VPNBridge474,00 Mbps735,00 Mbps0,028 ms
Nat474,00 Mbps535,00 Mbps0,037 ms
Open VPNAES12868,20 Mbps60,00 Mbps0,055 ms
AES25658,63 Mbps55,00 Mbps0,073 ms
Blowfish79,33 Mbps68,40 Mbps0,057 ms
IPSECAES12849,00 Mbps70,00 Mbps0,061 ms
AES25645,60 Mbps54,20 Mbps0,028 ms
Blowfish44,60 Mbps58,20 Mbps0,083 ms
3DES26,53 Mbps32,00 Mbps0,051 ms

Jitter: In networks, and in particular in IP networks such as the Internet, jitter refers to the statistical variation in the reception delay of the transmitted packets, caused by the internal queues of congested routers.
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