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Hardware to run Dude server

Sun Apr 10, 2022 9:48 pm

Starting from Dude v6 we can run Dude Server only using RouterOS. For now, we can run it on RouterBOARD devices and also using x86 Hardware/VM.


Dude Server - System requirements
The_Dude_v6 - System_requirements_for_server_package
RouterOS Hardware:
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Dude Agent - System requirements
The Dude v6/Agents
Agents are other Dude servers that can be used as intermediaries for device monitoring. Starting from RouterOS 6.38.x any RouterOS device can be a Dude agent without any installation or configuration required.


Hardware considerations
Small environment: < 200 devices
1. hEX (RB750Gr3) with microSD card 16/32GB
2. VM with 1 vCPU/512MB RAM/10GB Disk

Medium environment: 200 - 500 devices
1. RB1100AHx4 Dude Edition with included 60GB SSD
2. VM with 2 vCPU/1GB RAM/20GB Disk

Large environment: > 500 devices
1. RB1100AHx4 Dude Edition with included 60GB SSD
2. TILE based device which have M.2 slot for SSD
3. VM with 4 vCPU/2GB RAM/40GB Disk
Note: Dude can be unstable and slow with big number of devices/probes


Storage considerations
System requirements for server package
Note: For models with 16MB on-board storage use of USB/μSD storage is required to run The Dude server on the device.
Note: Preferably you should use industrial grade mircoSD cards and USB drives as they have longer life cycle under applications that can write data to flash more frequently as The Dude server database in this case. For large network monitoring it is suggested to us highly reliable HDD/SSD drives.

krisjanis
CCR microSD slot performance is not to great, at least per our tests it is not good enough for The Dude server storage. I would try again with some high speed usb3.0 flash or drive. Also in best case with latest v6.38rc build on the device, to have all of the latest db performance tweaks.


Mikrotik hardware
1 - Supported architecture
2 - Storage expanding options (M.2/MiniPCI-e/Memory card/USB)
3 - CPU
4 - RAM
5 - Price

TILE
CCR1009-7G-1C-PC - TILE | microUSB | 9 x 1 GHz (TLR4-00980) | 1 GB | $465.00
CCR1009-7G-1C-1S+ - TILE | microSD / microUSB | 9 x 1.2 GHz (TLR4-00980) | 2 GB | $545.00
CCR1009-7G-1C-1S+PC - TILE | microSD / microUSB | 9 x 1 GHz (TLR4-00980) | 2 GB | $545.00
CCR1016-12G - TILE | USB type A | 16 x 1.2 GHz (TLR4-01680) | 2 GB | $705.00
CCR1016-12S-1S+ - TILE | microSD / USB type A | 16 x 1.2 GHz (TLR4-01680) | 2 GB | $815.00
CCR1036-12G-4S - TILE | M.2 / USB type A | 36 x 1.2 GHz (TLR4-03680) | 4 GB | $1095.00
CCR1036-8G-2S+ - TILE | M.2 / microSD / USB type A | 36 x 1.2 GHz (TLR4-03680) | 4 GB | $1195.00
CCR1036-12G-4S-EM - TILE | M.2 / USB type A | 36 x 1.2 GHz (TLR4-03680) | 8 GB | $1295.00
CCR1036-8G-2S+EM - TILE | M.2 / microSD / USB type A | 36 x 1.2 GHz (TLR4-03680) | 8 GB | $1395.00
CCR1072-1G-8S+ - TILE | 2 x M.2 / microSD / USB 2.0 type A / microUSB 2.0 | 72 x 1 GHz (TLR4-07280) | 16 GB | $3350.00

ARM
RB3011UIAS-RM - ARM 32bit | USB 3.0 type A | 2 x 1.4 GHz (IPQ-8064) | 1 GB | $179.00
RB5009UG+S+IN - ARM 64bit | USB 3.0 type A | 4 x 350-1400 (auto) MHz (88F7040) | 1 GB | $219.00
RB5009UPr+S+IN - ARM 64bit | USB 3.0 type A | 4 x 350-1400 (auto) MHz (88F7040) | 1 GB | $299.00
RB1100AHx4 - ARM 32bit | microSD | 4 x 1.4 GHz (AL21400) | 1 GB | $385.00
RB1100AHx4 Dude Edition - ARM 32bit | 60GB M.2 SSD included / 2 x M.2 / microSD / 2 x SATA3 | 4 x 1.4 GHz (AL21400) | 1 GB | $385.00
CCR2004-16G-2S+ - ARM 64bit | USB 3.0 type A | 4 x 1700 MHz | 4 GB | $465.00
CCR2116-12G-4S+ - ARM 64bit | M.2 | 16 x 2000 MHz (AL73400) | 16 GB | $995.00
CCR2216-1G-12XS-2XQ - ARM 64bit | 2 x M.2 | 16 x 2000 MHz (AL73400) | 16 GB | $2795.00
mANTBox 52 15s (RBD22UGS-5HPacD2HnD-15S) - ARM 32bit | USB type A | 4 x 716 MHz (IPQ-4019) | 256 MB | $159.00
NetMetal ac² (RBD23UGS-5HPacD2HnD-NM) - ARM 32bit | USB type A | 4 x 716 MHz (IPQ-4019) | 256 MB | $169.00
hAP ac² (RBD52G-5HacD2HnD-TC) - ARM 32bit | USB 2.0 type A | 4 x 716 MHz (IPQ-4018) | 128 MB | $69.00
hAP ac³ (RBD53iG-5HacD2HnD) - ARM 32bit | USB 2.0 type A | 4 x 716 MHz (IPQ-4019) | 256 MB | $99.00
RB4011iGS+5HacQ2HnD-IN - ARM 32bit | MiniPCI-e slot with installed card | 4 x 1.4 GHz (AL21400) | 1 GB | $275.00
hAP ac³ LTE6 kit (RBD53GR-5HacD2HnD&R11e-LTE6) - ARM 32bit | USB 2.0 type A | 4 x 716 MHz (IPQ-4019) | 256 MB | $219.00
Chateau LTE12 (RBD53G-5HacD2HnD-TC&EG12-EA) - ARM 32bit | USB 2.0 type A | 4 x 716 MHz (IPQ-4019) | 256 MB | $229.00
Chateau LTE6-US (D53G-5HacD2HnD-TC&EG06-A) - ARM 32bit | USB 2.0 type A | 4 x 488-896 (auto) MHz (IPQ-4019) | 256 MB | $189.00
Chateau 5G (D53G-5HacD2HnD-TC&RG502Q-EA) - ARM 32bit | USB 2.0 type A | 4 x 716 MHz (IPQ-4019) | 256 MB | $530.00
Chateau LTE18 ax (S53UG+5HaxD2HaxD-TC&EG18-EA) - ARM 64bit | USB 3.0 type A | 4 x auto (864-1800) MHz (IPQ-6010) | 1 GB | $299.00
Chateau 5G ax (S53UG+M-5HaxD2HaxD-TC&RG502Q-EA) - ARM 64bit | M.2 | USB 3.0 type A | 4 x auto (864-1800) MHz (IPQ-6010) | 1 GB | $595.00
hAP ax³ (C53UiG+5HPaxD2HPaxD) - ARM 64bit | USB 3.0 type A | 4 x auto (864-1800) MHz (IPQ-6010) | 1 GB | $139.00

MMIPS
hEX (RB750Gr3) - MMIPS | microSD / USB 2.0 type A | 2 x 880 MHz (MT7621A) | 256 MB | $59.95
hEX S (RB760iGS) - MMIPS | microSD / USB 2.0 type A | 2 x 880 MHz (MT7621A) | 256 MB | $69.00


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