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This has been a long running offer from an Untangle employee and they still have some left. I've ordered 3 times without a hitch for some builds for family/friends. I just ordered 2 more for my VMware vSphere box I'm playing with and also to have a spare for my Untangle box.

 

Only downside is that they are older cards and PCI only but they have all been rock solid for me. Just thought I'd post it here for those who may be interested in a Pfsense or Untangle build who want a low cost dual Intel NIC. :)

 

Link to Untangle forum deal.

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