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LinuxDevices: Community Linux Router Distro Goes Debian

Feb 23, 2007, 17:30 (0 Talkback[s])

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"A commercial supplier of open-source routing and firewall software has transitioned its community-supported firewall/router Linux distribution to a Debian base. Vyatta Community Edition 2 (VC2) is based on Debian, runs on commodity x86 hardware, includes excellent documentation, and supports numerous enterprise features, including serial T1/E1 cards, VLANs, RIP, and OSPF.

"Vyatta's community-supported distributions include the latest cutting-edge routing software, it says, and are supported by a 'Secret Society' said to comprise some 10,000 users and developers. The company also offers commercially supported Subscription editions comprised of more mature, tested software..."

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