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ZDNet: Review -- Cobalt RaQ 2

Jul 19, 1999, 08:11 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Russ Iwanchuk)


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"The RaQ 2 uses small-business logic to bring easy-to-use Web services to the ISP."

"Cobalt Networks has spawned another... Like the Qube, the RaQ 2 is a network server appliance that provides Web and other network services. But though the Qube 2 is well suited for the small to medium-size office, the RaQ 2 (and the RaQ before it) is designed specifically for ISPs and larger networks."

"As in other Cobalt products, Linux (kernel 2.0.34) is at the heart of the RaQ 2... Cobalt has also equipped the RaQ 2 with DNS, FTP, POP3 and IMAP4, SMTP, and telnet. Each service is configurable through the excellent Web interface to the level of a virtual domain. Of course,... you can telnet in and tweak to your heart's content."

"ISP and enterprise administrators looking for a quick-deploying server for hosting multiple Web sites should find the RaQ 2 an excellent choice."

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