Extreme Networks OS (ExtremeWare ExtremeXOS)
Extreme Networks OS (ExtremeWare ExtremeXOS) | 1.74 GB
Single Extraction - InterChangable - No Password
ExtremeWare - this is based on the VxWorks operating system, first-generation operating system from Extreme; ExtremeXOS is the second generation operating system from Extreme, based on the Linux kernel and yuzerlende BusyBox. In contrast to the modular ExtremeWare the OS.
Year / Date of Release: 2011
Version: a collection of different versions
Developer: Extreme Networks
Platform: Extreme Networks Routers
System requirements for the configuration of routers are different for each OS. Enjoying the comments to the specific release of firmware.
Size: 1.74 GB
ExtremeWare syntax similar to that used in the Cisco IOS. In ExtremeXOS he had another, but there is an extension *- LegacyCLI.xmod, which adds the ability to use the emulation of the old syntax. Not available for all releases.
In the directory "Full Layer 3 bruteforcer" content distribution is the key to activate pereborschik Full Layer 3 on the switch is running ExtremeWare (key - it is simply an integer).
ExtremeWare advanced functional enough, are just a few: NAT; BGP4; sFlow, NetFlow; load balancing, web cache redirection; DHCP server; PPP.
ExtremeXOS more advanced, with the addition of modularity have SDK, so that it is possible to write your own modules.
Before you upgrade, do not forget to read the release notes (if any) and check the version of the BootROM on the nectary. If you are upgrading ExtremeWare (and almost always ExtremeXOS) from the old branch (and in most cases - sub-version) is required to set interim releases, so in the distribution included all intermediate releases that have been found. If you find bugs in a more recent version of the OS may do downgrade.