Coyote Linux is a small distribution of Linux, including the operating system and the necessary services for a firewall/router, intended for easy NAT sharing of an internet connection with a single IP address among many computers on a local network, using spare "commodity" hardware. Today, Coyote Linux is still a small, embedded distribution of Linux designed to work as a firewall for small to medium sized networks (less than 200 users). Work stalled on the distribution for a period of about 2 years while the author worked on various other projects. In Janurary, 2009 work resumed on the distribution to provide a more commercially feasible application for providing network perimeter defense.
Operating System Linux


You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
See All
See All