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Multi-service v.35 access routing device runs Linux

Nov 1, 2005 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive

D-Link India used Linux to build a multi-service access router aimed at providing remote offices with network fault-tolerant access to corporate headquarters. The DRO-200i is based on an Intel XScale network processor, and uses V.35 as its primary WAN interface, with ISDN and dial-up backup.

Learn all about the DRO-200i in our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: D-Link DRO-200i multi-service access router

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