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Pros: 4x SAS ports and 4x Gig network ports in this small form factor is really awesome.
Cons: Had to make driver modification to get SAS controllers to be recognized
Other Thoughts: I have 2 of these motherboards running Ubuntu 15.10 with ZFS as the file system and I couldn't be happier with them. Follow these guides to recompile the SAS driver.
permalink . gmane . org/gmane.linux.scsi/99330
askubuntu . com/questions/515407/how-recipe-to-build-only-one-kernel-module
Pros: I have installed 4 of these as internet routers in small to medium size offices using PFSense. The 2 NICs work great and have never had performance issues. I run snort IDS and have tested with thousands of simultaneous connections saturating 100Mbps of bandwidth with minimal CPU overhead. Never had any issues with them and this setup easily competes with Cisco gear under the $600 range while offering loads of additional features.
Cons: Gets a little warm, but none of them have had any issue or failed.
Other Thoughts: I'll keep buying these as long as they keep selling them! An odd quirk, but the PFSense driver seems to not support the LED status lights on the box. During the BIOS boot stage the LED lights come on, but as soon as PFSense (BSD) takes over the LEDs shut off. The Linux driver however works fine with the LEDs. Just note if you are using PFSense/BSD, don't trust the LED to determine the interface status.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Ubiquiti ERLite-3 Edgemax EdgeRouter Lite-3 3x Gigabit LAN Ports
Pros: I own 2 of these and I have to say I have been very impressed. As others have said, is based off of Vyatta (now VyOS) with a very Juniper'ish CLI. These routers have out performed many of our Cisco boxes, we are about to deploy several of these at branch offices. Features I'm using are: WAN Load balancing, Clustering / HA, OSPF routing, DHCP, DSN, Vlans / VIF, link bonding, OpenVPN tunneling, and more!
Cons: Ubiquiti changed some of the CLI commands from the base Vyatta/VyOS image, but not a big deal.
Other Thoughts: Highly recommended. Learn the CLI! It's very simple!READ FULL REVIEW