--- On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 12:18 PM, Ashish Sharma
| There are no code changes as such. I am bundling Openwrt packages that make
| sense for most of the cases.
So, when you say 'testbed', is your objective is to test the
application(s) or entire OpenWRT images?
If it is the former, you can consider using multiple Docker
containers. But, if you really need to to test network routing logic,
then you can spawn multiple VMs and test the same. Search for Vagrant
| That setup is explained
| at https://gist.github.com/pocha/1adbd5e6ab01176ba4608937b94dd272
| Most of the changes are related to configuration.
Do you use any IT automation software (Chef, Ansible, SaltStack,
Puppet, etc.) for deploying your changes?
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