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  • Paul Warren

    Paul Warren

    Paul has worked as a linux sysadmin for over 15 years, starting at a university supercomputer facility and moving into private enterprise and currently as a contractor to a federal government department, he has too many hobbies to mention, the main ones being coffee roasting, woodwork, mucking around with networks and amateur radio.


Did you know linux has the capability to be a proper router? Curious about VLANs, OSPF, BGP and other networking acronym's you've not looked into? Here's a few pointers on what that all means, how to build a proper router with linux, why use a 'real' one and some tools and techniques for learning about these things on the way.