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  • Babel - Provides authoritative information and downloads pertaining to the Babel routing protocol.
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  • CIPE - An ongoing project to build encrypting IP routers. Software is already available for Linux and released under GPL.
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  • DD-WRT - Third-party firmware replacement for consumer routers based on Atheros or Broadcom chipsets. Provides security and connectivity features absent in many stock routers.
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  • GNU Zebra - Manages TCP/IP based routing protocols. It supports BGP4 (RFC1771), RIPv1, RIPv2 and OSPFv2. Zebra makes use of OS threads where available.
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  • IP Infusion - Platform development and related services provider for routing control planes. Offers hardware integration and IPv6 transition software for hardware vendors, telecom, and big data.
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  • MyPublicWiFi - Develops commercial software for creating Internet cafes, wireless hotspots, and paid guest ticketing. Supports POS hardware integration. [Windows]
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  • Virtual Router - Open-source WiFi hotspot software. Enables standard WiFi devices to use a laptop's Internet access. Supports WPA2. [Windows]
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  • XORP - Open-source inter-network routing platform supporting various protocols under IPv4 and IPv6. Includes direct support for multicast. [Linux/BSD/Windows]
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