[isf-wifidog] WiFiDog Hardware

Dana Spiegel dana at nycwireless.net
Jeu 6 Juil 19:03:56 EDT 2006

We've been running it on Pyramid Linux (www.metrix.net) and Soekris  
embedded computers (www.soekris.com). Works very well, and tends to  
be a little more resilient and far more flexible than Linksys hardware.

Soekris has a EU distribution. You might also try WRAP computers as  
well (though I don't know that Pyramid Linux will work on them).

Dana Spiegel
Executive Director
dana at NYCwireless.net
+1 917 402 0422

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On Jul 6, 2006, at 3:33 PM, Chris Rowson wrote:

> Hi folks,
> After experimenting with WiFiDog gateways installed on PCs running
> Debian in our library service, we have decided it would be nice to get
> rid of the PCs entirely and embed WiFiDog into a smaller device.
> Please could you tell me what kinds of hardware we can run WiFiDog on?
> Our datacomms division is keen that the hardware be reliable and
> available. What are our options? We are based in the UK, so this
> hardware needs to be available from a reasonably large supplier here
> if possible.
> Thanks in Advance
> Chris
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