How to install Debian packages on Vyatta

Vyatta is a software-based router OS, built on Debian-based Linux distribution. As such, you can install many standard Debian software packages on a Vyatta-powered router. For example, I wanted to install dhcpdump on my Vyatta router to monitor DHCP traffic. In order to install a Debian package on Vyatta, first check the version of Vyatta […]
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How to set up QoS bandwidth rate limit on Vyatta router

If you are running a network shared by multiple devices, you probably want to set up QoS policies (e.g., average bandwidth rate, burst size), so that network bandwidth is properly shared by them. Vyatta software router supports powerful QoS settings. You can easily define any QoS policy, and bind the policy to a specific network […]
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How to set up DHCP and NAT on Vyatta router

Vyatta is a feature-rich enterprise class software router. You can download a free community version of Vyatta. Vyatta router can easily be built on a physical machine via a well-packaged LiveCD, or on a VMware virtual machine (VM) via a custom virtual appliance. As a ready-made software router, Vyatta can be configured extremely easily to […]
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How to reload config.boot in Vyatta

Vyatta an open-source virtual router operating system based on a customized Debian distribution. Vyatta can easily be installed on virtual machines (VMs) created by standard hypervisors such as Xen, KVM and VMware, to implement virtual networking for VMs. Vyatta offers a specialized management console as well as web-based management interface to configure system settings such […]
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