Gumstix is no longer selling the netDUO at gumstix.com

We're working on a dual Ethernet solution for Overo as per the Overo function roadmap posted in gumstix.net:

http://www.gumstix.net/Hardware/view/Hardware/Product-Roadmap-Overo/112.html


Don
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On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 6:08 PM, hypo <hypothetical25@gmail.com> wrote:

Thanks Alexandre! i'll go ahead and buy me this set right now... hopefully
it's still available :)

thanks,
hypo


Alexandre Pereira Nunes wrote:
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>
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Yes, you can do it the way you're expecting to. I've run a router on the
> netduo for quite a few months and was very happy with the results.
>
> You need to get your hands on the hardware and once you have all relevant
> network interfaces up and running ok, you just create a few rules with
> iptables (there are quite a few tutorials on the internet) and the little
> thing will just fly :-)
>
> Good luck!
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