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The MultiServer MFA1000S uses a VIA Luke CoreFusion 1000 MHz CPU, 512 MB of DDR400 RAM (expandable to 1 GB) and runs a Linux 2.6 based OS. Standard storage is a 256 MB DOM and a 3.5" SATA or IDE drive can be added. Port complement includes one 10/100 Ethernet WAN, one 10/100 Ethernet LAN, one parallel and four USB 2.0.

The MultiServer provides mail services (SMTP, POP3, secure POP3, IMAP and secure IMAP) including filtering and anti-virus (ClamAV), as well as HTTP, FTP, MySQL, VPN, DNS, Print, SAMBA and SIP services. Up and download bandwidth can also be managed on an application basis.

The MultiServer is available now with street pricing around $980. An online demo is available at http://demousa.pn99.com/admin (user:admin pass:1111).

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