I'm busy setting up a shared network and internet connectivity for a cluster of houses and need some advice before buying hardware.
There are two ISP links that are being load-balanced by a firewall that needs to be shared between the houses.
The total bandwidth usage is about 12GB per day of which the majority is consumed during the evenings.
One of the houses is already using a MikroTik hEX S router with MikroTik cAP ACs managed by CAPsMAN.
The networks/houses will be separated by static VLANs.
The plan is to buy a Qotom Q555G6 with a Core i5-7200U, 8GB RAM, 120GB mSATA and then using Proxmox to virtualize a MikroTik CHR along with pfSense using the following assignments:
MikroTik CHR - CPU: 1st core, RAM: 256MB, Disk: 1GB
pfSense - CPU: 2nd core, RAM: 5.75GB, HDD: 105GB
Proxmox - RAM: 2GB, HDD: 2GB
All of the ethernet ports will be assigned to the CHR with it managing the VLANs, bridges and running CAPsMAN as well as The Dude.
I would like to know if the Qotom machine will suffice for the planned implementation and if the CHR resource assignments are sufficient?