Vyatta – Basic Configuration after installation for Lazy Geeks 🙂
Vyatta is a routing/firewall/VPN platform based on a Debian GNU/Linux that runs on x86 or amd64 hardware and many virtual machine hypervisors. It is widely used in cloud infrastructure. It is appreciated by its robustness, reliability and the services it provides. Vyatta is more like IOS, JunOS and other enterprise platforms.
We’ll use the following scenario, to understand the basic configuration of vyatta.
Booting the Vyatta:
After starting the Vyatta machine. It should go through the usual Linux boot process. Log in with the username vyatta and the password vyatta (or any other password that you have configured during the installation).
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