Linux router on Am29200-16 AMD chip

Linux router on Am29200-16 AMD chip

Post by Mitton Pienaa » Sun, 18 Jun 2000 04:00:00

Hi. I have a managable bridge. D-Link Local Bridge DI 1100i. It has an
Am29200-16 Release Version AMD processor, and some flashable chips. The
board has it's own RAM on it. In the operating system there are SNMP
facilities and stuff. It looks powerfull enough I think to run some scaled
down version of Linux. I want to set that up.

Thanks in advance.


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