OpenWrt is a Linux distribution primarily targeted at routing on embedded devices.

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Does anyone use DD-WRT/OpenWRT etc. at their office? [closed]

Does anyone use any of the third party router/AP firmwares (DD-WRT, OpenWRT, Tomato, etc.) in an office environment? How many users does it handle well? How long have you been using it? I understand ...
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openwrt: Use rdate with NTP servers?

I've noticed that some embedded devices (such as OpenWRT, which runs on Busybox) use rdate to set the system time, instead of NTP. Rdate is an older time protocol, and I'm having trouble finding any ...
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using a gre tunnel as default route

I have two private networks (A, B) that connects via another company's private network (C). Network A has internet access. I want to make a tunnel between B and A that goes through C. Then network B ...