Cool things to do with a CeroWRT router

  • Attach a USB drive for extra disk space, and turn your router into a web server. The default server included in CeroWRT, ‘lighttpd’, supports multihoming, URL rewriting, and CGI scripting; the Lua language is installed by default, and Python can be added easily. (I have a CeroWRT router hosting two websites with CGI, using an 8G thumb drive for storage space.)
  • Run an authoritative DNS server – it supports dynamic DNS and fully automatic DNSSEC signing. (The same CeroWRT router hosts about a dozen signed domains.)
  • Use it as a tunnel endpoint and get your house running IPv6
  • Install your favorite shell and editor and use it as a shell server
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