ImageStream CPE device configuration

Saturday, June 28th, 2008
The ImageStream router (http://www.imagestream.com) is a Linux based router that offers all the flexibility of any other Linux system with the added advantage of ImageStream's special driver component architecture and management interface called "Inetics".  I won't go into the details of the Inetics platform (that'll be another article some day), but it should be sufficient to say that it is a trememdous feature in ImageStream's router platforms. This article will detail the steps needed to successfully configure an ImageStream router as a replacement for a consumer grade CPE device such as a Linksys, Dlink or even the higher end Cisco Pix.  This article will deal only with the configuration of a router with ethernet ports.  We will see all the steps needed to get the customer online and functional.  Items such as VPN and firewall will also be covered at a later time. (more…)