any NUC, Raspberry or Orange Pi, or micro PC with 2 NIC's? Something small is desired.

Any Intel NUC or Raspberry/Orange Pi or similiar small size computer with 2 onboard NIC's?

Intel NIC's would be great, but broadcom will do. I am trying to stay away from realtek.
100mb or higher is desired.

Any recommendations?

Thank you,
HappyT
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TheHappyTechAuthor Commented:
No USB to Ethernet adapters please.
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dbruntonCommented:
2 NICs on board

http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/JBC311U93.html

Note that the standard Intel NUCs have 1 NIC and some have optional wireless networking as well.  You can also add a second NIC to some as well.  See http://blog.fosketts.net/2015/06/05/adding-a-second-ethernet-port-to-an-intel-nuc-via-mini-pcie/
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
none come from the factory with 2 Ethernet ports. Note: intel nucs come with desktop client ethernet controllers and you have to modify the drivers to allow them to be installed on a server operating system.  Intel in their infinite wisdom blocks that capability.. you have to re-sign the driver.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
the 2nd one runs an atom cpu but there are no x64 video drivers but has 2 lan ports
the first one is wireless only and runs linux on an arm processor
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dbruntonCommented:
He hasn't specified his choice of OS and he has mentioned Pi boxes (which are ARM processors) in his question so he may wish for a Linux distribution.  The board has two 1000 BaseT Ethernet ports from the specifications here http://www.compulab.co.il/utilite-computer/web/utilite-standard-specifications
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Thanks I thought I saw 2 x RJ45 connectors in the picture and I didn't go much further and the sellers lst of the spes only mentioned WIFI nic. The price range in his 'pc' specs range from $35 to over $700 and without an idea of the intended usage .. we are in the dark..
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TheHappyTechAuthor Commented:
Going to load PFsense (Ubuntu) on it. Possibly Vmware too for testing purposes.

Budget would be anything $400 and below.


Thank you everyone for their comments, I will carefully consider all of them.

HappyT
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TheHappyTechAuthor Commented:
And yes, looking for 2 wired NICs. Intel if possible. Thank you everyone.
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gheistCommented:
www.tp-link.com + www.openwrt.org = 5 ports + wifi per box @5W @100$
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TheHappyTechAuthor Commented:
Gheist. I need a mini PC, I want to install PFSense on it ;)

I am thinking about this:
http://www.shuttle.eu/fileadmin/resources/download/docs/spec/barebones/DS57U_e.pdf

Can anyone find any negative points about this? The price is about 215 dollars.
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gheistCommented:
Do you pay electricity? 5 vs 200w matters?
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