CeroWrt is a routing OS built on the OpenWrt firmware . It is a research project intended to resolve the bufferbloat epidemic in home networking today, and to push forward the state of the art of edge networks and routers. SubProjects include proper IPv6 support, tighter integration with DNSSEC, and most importantly, reducing bufferbloat in both the wired and wireless components of the stack.
The final CeroWrt 3.3 “Sugarland” build is
3.3.8-26 , built
on 18 Sept 2012.
Download from http://huchra.bufferbloat.net/~cero1/3.3/3.3.8-26/
Note: The Sugarland set of builds has been superceded by the Modena (3.7) set of builds
The CeroWrt 3.3 series of builds include the following features and capabilities:
- radvd 1.8.3-3 - router advertisement daemon http://www.litech.org/radvd/ - 6to4 version 9-1 - IPv6 tunnel through IPv4 (not turned on by default)
- 6in4 version 11-1 - IPv6 tunneling (not turned on by default)
- wide-dhcpv6-client 20080615-11 - DHCPv6 support for IPv6
- strongswan4 4.5.3-2 - IPsec VPN http://www.strongswan.org/ - openvpn 2.2.2-2 - SSL VPN http://openvpn.net/ - avahi-daemon 0.6.30-4 - reflector for zeroconf/mDNS-SD/Bonjour names http://avahi.org/ - samba36-server 3.6.5-2 - file and printer service http://www.samba.org - bind 9.9.1-P1-19 - fast, stable DNS support http://www.isc.org/software/bind - ntp 4.2.7p256-1 - network time client http://www.ntp.org/ - enhancements to the LuCI web GUI
- iptables 184.108.40.206-1git-5 - framework for packet filtering and network address/port translation http://www.netfilter.org/ - iproute2 - utilities for controlling TCP/IP traffic in a Linux kernel http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/networking/iproute2 - dnsmasq 2.62-4 - DNS forwarder and DHCP server designed for home routers and NAT http://www.thekelleys.org.uk/dnsmasq/doc.html
Other measurement tools are available for installation:
- snmpd 220.127.116.11-5 - for monitoring network traffic
- fprobe 1.1-1 for monitoring NetFlow traffic
- iperf 2.0.5-1