WISP-Dist is a modular embedded Linux distribution for wireless routers, but can be used for other purposes as well. The entire system fits in 8 MB flash/16 MB RAM. Highlights include an easy-to-use menu interface, commandline access, an Access Point mode (on selected cards), OSPF/RIPv2, bandwidth shaping, NAT, Layer 3 (proxy arp) bridging, and other goodies. The goal is to create an open, customizable, and easy-to-use solution for wireless routers.
|Tags||Networking Operating Systems Software Distribution Software Development Embedded Systems|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has been declared stable. It has a lot of new functionality and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Various new features and bugfixes, including the ability to get wireless statistics via SNMP and WDS support.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance build with various bugfixes and small improvements.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes were made, and some new features were added. WISP-Dist is now considered stable by its author.
Release Notes: A lot of new features, updates and bugfixes were introduced, including bridging support.