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Vyatta releases 4.1; New reference guides

I called up Kelly, Vyatta's CEO, last week as I was curious how the guys were doing. Talking to Kelly is real fun, enjoyable and enriching at the same time.

Also it was great to hear that Vyatta was getting nmassively downloaded across the net. Vyatta launched a few years back and trust me in a few years from now, we'll be talking about Vyatta Gear. I am myself beginning to notice a lot more Vyatta communities build up gradually around the globe.


Along with the final release of VC4.1 (see below), we've posted some additional documentation that segments material according to functional area. These new guides should be helpful for people looking for configuration examples.

Command Reference
Provides reference material for all Vyatta commands related to routing, QoS, logging and usage of the Vyatta CLI.

High Availability Reference
Provides command reference material and configuration examples for features providing high availability, such as WAN load balancing, clustering, and VRRP.

Security Reference
Provides command reference material and configuration examples for features providing network security, such as IPsec site-to-site VPN, remote access VPN, firewall, intrusion prevention, and anti-virus.

You can download all new documentation from


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