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Gargoyle: completely open source and easy to use

Gargoyle: completely open source and easy to use

Posted Dec 23, 2010 19:45 UTC (Thu) by jimparis (guest, #38647)
Parent article: Gargoyle: completely open source and easy to use

The active congestion controller sounds cool. I wonder how difficult it would be to run this as an x86 VM to help with QoS on my existing network.


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Gargoyle: completely open source and easy to use

Posted Dec 24, 2010 21:17 UTC (Fri) by jmorris42 (guest, #2203) [Link]

OpenWrt builds on x86 so Gargoyle does as well, in fact they have an x86 device image as a download. You might have to build from source to get your hardware supported. Then just run it on your gateway as the bare metal distro. Odds are anything you already run on your gateway is in the OpenWrt repos if they aren't in Gargoyle's. Pretty much anything you would imagine running on a router/gateway/firewall/bastion is there and a lot you wouldn't (multimedia, X, etc).


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