Open Source Bifrost Linux Routers

Open Source Bifrost Linux RoutersThe project team is waiting to take delivery of the high-speed wireless bridges that will be used to temporarily connect the institutions in the pilot while negotiations for fibre right of way are ongoing. 

These are expected in the coming week but deployment will start on Monday 20th September 2010 as some team members will be heading to Port-harcourt for the ngNOG workshops.

The carrier grade open source routers on the right are based on the Bifrost Network Project and come equiped with 3GB of RAM,  Quagga routing suite and four 1GE SFP ports in which you can plug in optical or copper transceivers.

Open Source Bifrost Linux RoutersThe project team is waiting to take delivery of the high-speed wireless bridges that will be used to temporarily connect the institutions in the pilot while negotiations for fibre right of way are ongoing. 

These are expected in the coming week but deployment will start on Monday 20th September 2010 as some team members will be heading to Port-harcourt for the ngNOG workshops.

The carrier grade open source routers on the right are based on the Bifrost Network Project and come equiped with 3GB of RAM,  Quagga routing suite and four 1GE SFP ports in which you can plug in optical or copper transceivers.