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Item #: ALIX.2D13
Reg. Price: $140.00
Our Price: $125.00
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ALIX.2D13 System Board: (3/1/256/LX800) with battery

The CPU on this board will reach EOL in 2015. Call for Availability and Lead Time for Volume Orders.

We recommend these replacement boards.

ALIX.2D3+B (ALIX.2D13): 3 LAN, 1 miniPCI, 256MB RAM, USB, Battery

This is an ALIX.2D3 board with the following additions:

  • Pre-installed battery
  • I2C header
  • COM2 header
  • internal USB header for port 3 and 4

The ALIX system platform by PC Engines provides network OEMs a cost-effective platform for distributing value-added software, such as wireless routers and access points, firewalls, load balancers, VPN, industrial Ethernet, or other special purpose network devices.

Applications include thin clients, kiosks, industrial user interface, wireless access points, mesh networks, firewalls, etc.

  • 3 Ethernet channels, 1 mini PCI slots, 1 serial port (console), USB
  • CPU: 500 MHz AMD Geode LX800 CPU
  • Storage: Operating system and application stored on CompactFlash card (not included)
  • Size:6" x 6" (152.4 x 152.4 mm)
    • Fits in the indoor ALIX.2 metal chassis in Blue, Red, Black
    • Does NOT fit into the outdoor ALIX/WRAP BOX
  • Firmware: tinyBIOS
  • Operating Systems: User defined. FreeBSD, m0n0wall, Linux, and several commercial OS are possible.
  • Power: DC jack or passive Power over Ethernet (not 802.3af compliant). Acceptable voltage range +7V to +20V DC.
  • User interface:T hree front panel LEDs, pushbutton
  • Expansion: 1 miniPCI slots, LPC bus
  • Connectivity: 3 Ethernet channels (Via VT6105M 10/100)
  • I/O:  DB9 serial port, dual USB port

Additional Information:

  • EOL NOTICE: The AMD Geode LX800 CPU featured on this system will EOL in 2015.  For this reason we highly recommend you purchase the APU1C or APU1C4 board instead, which is the follow on modern multi-core replacement CPU/system with Gigabit ethernet NICs.
  • Manufacturer Part Number: ALIX2D13
  • Netgate ALIX FAQ
  • OCF (OpenBSD Cryptographic Framework) and OCF-Linux: On board hardware based encryption accelerator support. How to & speed report here
  • User Review
  • ALIX system board User Manual
  • RoHS Compliance: Yes

Warranty and Support Information:


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by Joe G.
on 1/24/2014
Multi-Office VPN Router
Bought 5 of these guys, one for each office and we've been using them for years now. Running PFSense with a VPN mesh between all of our offices. Never had any hardware problems and they've been able to handle all of our internet and VPN activity. They'll continue to be the heart of our internet until we max out our VPN encryption speed or surpass the 100mb NIC speed. Great little boxes!
by Stephen
on 3/1/2010
Up and running within 15 minutes
Just received this, it joins a 2C3. Had it up and running within 15 minutes. Sweet. I would love a case that allowed me to replace the CF card without disassembly, but I've learned not to put it all together until I'm sure I'm done playing.
by Jason D.
on 10/8/2008
Extremely pleased...
I ordered 3 sets (2 for the company (proxy servers with filtering) and 1 for me (for testing). Arrived very quick in excellent condition. Assembling is for a minute (the board fits perfectly in the case) and another 10 – 15 minutes to create CF image and configure IPCop, PFSence, MONOwall or BSD. My concern was amount of memory and the CPU, but this device will serve 50 people easy with filtering, QOS, virus scan and the best: Multi WAN. One small issue: In order CF card to be removed or changed the device need to be disassembled (because the board does not support CF hot swap). Overall I am extremely pleased with the product and Netgate.com excellent service. This little board could be a toy or can be turned in to powerful networking tool.
by Nick A.
on 2/2/2005
Love Them
Ordered 2 of these (with cases, p/s, and 512 CF cards). Love them. Configured as firewalls and they are outperforming similarly configured Safe@Office 500s and Cisco Pix 501s. My only complaint is related to the case, not the board. A suggestion would be for IDE/SATA options, and a SODIMM slot. The CPU is perfect for what I need, but being able to increase memory (for what I'm experimenting with) would be ideal.
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