Great Linux-Based Routers For Home Office or Enterprise
This LinuxPlanet report details eight of the most popular open source or Linux-based router projects.
From Cisco replacements in the enterprise to firmware replacements for open Wi-Fi routers, this LinuxPlanet report offers details on the most popular open source or Linux-based router projects.
"Untangle can help protect, control, and monitor the online activities of small businesses, schools, and homes. It can be installed and run on a dedicated PC or ran inside Windows. Its core features are open source and licensed under the GNU Public License v2 (GPLv2).
"Though it can optionally replace the router of a network, it concentrates more on managing the Internet experience rather than provide network functionality like most of the other projects we're discussing. Whether in router or standalone mode, it provides network-wide protection from a single centralized location--you don't have to install firewalls and anti-virus software on each computer, for example.