Category: VyOS

VyOS is an open source network operating system that can be installed on physical hardware or a virtual machine on your own server, or a cloud platform . It is based on GNU/Linux and joins multiple applications such as Quagga, ISC DHCPD, OpenVPN, StrongS/WAN and others under a single management interface.

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User feedback about VyOS DMVPN not working correctly when hosted at AWS (Appears to be a NAT-Traversal issue). Let’s test it…

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I completed setting up the test environment I described in the previous post. As I described, this is what I have sitting out there right now, utilizing some newly added capacity at a couple of co-lo sites.

September 6, 2016 / / Information Technology

Because I’m a nerd, on Saturday morning I started developing the topologies I’m going to use to conduct some more thorough VyOS testing.

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One of the reasons I wanted to build a virtualized environment was so that I could easily test and tinker with new things, and build isolated, sometimes complex, environments. Of particular interest to me, of course, is virtualized routers.