The world is full of open-source networking projects, and one of those worth a look is CloudRouter. CloudRouter is an open source software project built on Linux. It’s designed to run in physical and virtual environments, including the cloud. Currently in version 3.0, CloudRouter supports core routing protocols including BGP and OSPF, and supports both IPv4 and IPv6.
It also includes firewall capabilities, IP management, and bundles in implementations of open-source SDN controllers OpenDaylight and ONOS.
The Packet Pushers are joined by Jay Turner, senior director of DevOps at Console and the head of the CloudRouter project, to learn more about the software and its capabilities, and talk about deployments.