Conall O'Brien wrote:
>>What does corkwan use them for, as a matter of interest?
>> Odds are, as Access Points.
> Companies like BitBiuzz use Soekris boxes with a PCMCIA WiFi card and a
> Linux/BSD distro to create a decent, easily reconfigured access point,
> DCHP server, etc...
Yup, we're using pebble for the above, and some routing as well, on
boxes with multiple interfaces (most of them).
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