Software which sends packages (or routes) information from one networked computer to another.
Provides authoritative information and downloads pertaining to the Babel routing protocol.
An ongoing project to build encrypting IP routers. Software is already available for Linux and released under GPL.
Third-party firmware replacement for consumer routers based on Atheros or Broadcom chipsets. Provides security and connectivity features absent in many stock routers.
Blog providing guidelines and tips for users and learners of Cisco and Juniper technologies, including integration with Linux systems.
Manages TCP/IP based routing protocols. It supports BGP4 (RFC1771), RIPv1, RIPv2 and OSPFv2. Zebra makes use of OS threads where available.
Platform development and related services provider for routing control planes. Offers hardware integration and IPv6 transition software for hardware vendors, telecom, and big data.
WiFi tethering software for mobile phones and iPads.
Develops commercial software for creating Internet cafes, wireless hotspots, and paid guest ticketing. Supports POS hardware integration. [Windows]
Open-source WiFi hotspot software. Enables standard WiFi devices to use a laptop's Internet access. Supports WPA2. [Windows]
Integrated network operating system. Can act as a router, firewall, and or VPN gateway. AWS machine image available.
Open-source inter-network routing platform supporting various protocols under IPv4 and IPv6. Includes direct support for multicast. [Linux/BSD/Windows]
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