Any idea when an OS will be built for this?
The reason I am asking is for most home users a 100mb network is more than enough to handle the thruput thru most home routers
I was wanting to see if it was possible to build an ARM release of Suricata and run in on the dual 10/100 ethernet RPi R1 for an inline IDS/IPS setup…
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Saw this in Armbian…perhaps OPi Zero image would work but might have to manually configure the 2nd eth1??
In August 2017 an H2+ based Orange Pi R1 has been released with 256 MB DRAM, 16 MB (128 Mb) SPI NOR flash, XR819 Wi-Fi replaced with RTL8189ETV and 2 Fast Ethernet MagJacks. One is connected to H2+ internal Fast Ethernet PHY while the other is connected to an onboard RTL8152B USB Ethernet controller attached to usb1 (the Type A receptacle is missing on this board since replaced with the second Ethernet Jack). No PoE option any more
Yes, I am interested to bring Suricata or Snort into dietpi system it would really useful to build up the security of the home network by running a small server such as Pi
There is a new Orange Pi R1 Plus out as well
Gigabit ethernet AND a better/faster processor which is 64bit, however I don’t know if they have a distro built for it yet
There does appear to be an ARM64 build that can support the RK3399, if you could get a working version installed, then run the dietpi-config (or ever side load it) that might get you one step closer to getting the SBC up and running
I found this, which has a full build u-boot image for the firefly that uses the RK3399, so it might be a kickoff as well (it is in testing phase though)