Open Hardware ADSL, Linux Friendly

Peter Gort pgort at
Sat Jun 11 22:17:00 UTC 2005

Hi Walter,

I use one that has it's own DHCP server, does NAT, and is  
configurable via it's own web page.  It doesn't care what operating  
systems talk to it, all you need is a web browser.

I won't give brand recommendations 'cos I'm in Oz, but those features  
make life simpler, and the NAT aspect in the router helps with  
security too.


On 12/06/2005, at 7:45 AM, Walter Tautz wrote:

> Just wondering if people could give some recommendations
> on ADSL modems that have an open design, or at the very
> least are easy to use with linux. Some of these devices
> seem to have quite a bit of stuff in them so I was
> wondering if there are any that are "accessible", configurable?

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