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7 Open and Free Network Servers

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Here, we'll discover some free and open router projects, covering those suitable for small businesses, medium-sized, and even enterprise-level comparable to Cisco and Juniper.

DD-WRT

DD-WRT is a Linux-based firmware replacement for consumer-level wireless routers, suitable for use by small businesses. In addition to serving as an Internet gateway and network router, it also features an OpenVPN server and client, SSH server, FTP server, and hotspot and captive portal services. Other general features support multiple SSIDs, VLANs, and the ability to customize the startup and firewall scripts.

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