- Hard Drive
- Network Interface Card
Since Roo is based on Fedora Core 6, it has the same hardware requirements
and support as a standard Fedora Core 6 installation. The following
should be considered the minimum recommended hardware baseline for running a
Intel x_86 Pentium class CPU (or better) - Also supports earlier CPUs
(such as Pentium, Pentium Pro, Pentium II, Pentium III, and including AMD and
512MB (bare minimum) 512MB (recommended) - More memory is usually
better depending on how active your Honeywall is. This is especially true now
that the data analysis interface Walleye uses a database.
3.4 Hard Drive
Base install with Honeywall functionality is around 900MB. For testing
purposes, you need a minimum of 6GB hard drive. For production
purposes, you need a minimum of 10GB hard drive. Support is
available for most IDE hard disks as well many popular SCSI
disks/controllers. SATA drives should be supported but have not
yet been thoroughly tested.
3.5 Network Interface Cards
You need a minimum of two Network Interface Cards (one connected to the internal, honeynet network and one connected to the external network/Internet). You will need three cards
if you want the ability for remote management or remote logging, including the
use of the Walleye interface. We HIGHLY recommend you have a 3rd NIC.
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