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BYO Linux Router To Australia’s Fibre Network
An anonymous reader writes “Run a Linux router to connect your ADSL service but worried about what will happen when the Australian Government rolls out fibre broadband to your house or business? Worry no more. It turns out that customers on Australia’s new National Broadband Network will be able to run their own homebrew Linux router to connect to the network and route traffic any way they please.”
Source: BYO Linux Router To Australia’s Fibre Network
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