Zodiac WX

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The Zodiac WX is the world's first fully integrated OpenFlow® Wireless Access Point powered by OpenWRT and Open vSwitch. We have integrated Open vSwitch directly into the wireless configuration so not only can you create flows to and from each wireless device, but also between wireless devices. This will provide significant improvements to security and usability, particularly for IoT devices. The Zodiac WX works with any standard OpenFlow® compatible controllers and requires no modifications as it looks to the controller like a standard OpenFlow® switch. Includes a 12v DC power adaptor so please ensure you select the correct plug type.

Wireless OpenFlow

For the first time the amazing power of Software Defined Networking and OpenFlow® is available for wireless devices. Create a Software Defined Network in your home or office and have complete visibility and control of all your wireless devices. Write your own SDN applications using any of the commercial or open source controllers such as Open Daylight, RYU, Floodlight and many more. 


Open Source Firmware

The Zodiac WX uses the extremely popular OpenWRT wireless firmware together with Open vSwitch to create a turn-key wireless SDN solution. Add to that a fully featured Web UI, SSH access, REST APIs and much more. This is not just an access point but a powerful Linux networking platform that can serve as the centre of your network. And just like the Zodiac FX, the firmware is completely Open Source so you can modify and create any new features you like.


REST API

Want to automate or manage the Zodiac WX remotely? There are a full set of REST APIs available (see our knowledge base for details). Whether its configuring wireless settings or viewing logs there are dozens of JSON based REST APIs to help manage your network.


Over 2000 applications

Because the Zodiac WX is based on OpenWRT there are literally 1000's of application packages you can install. Use it as VPN server, Sockets Proxy, Web Server, Network Management server, the list is massive. If it's open source and availble for Linux there is a good chance it's on the list.



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