FSF certified router?

I didn’t know the FSF did such things. This is a first for me.

FSF certified router
Should we care? Or would a router with an install of OpenWrt or other suffice just as well?

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thats the thing about FSF approved stuff, its so ancient its barely relevant. Wireless N?!!?

Ive seen some of the list they use. I sought their insight when I was building my SoC NAS and they had a lot of things to say about stuff.

All in all they want the full stack of firmware and software to be open source… Which is appropriate for their movement I guess?

“Now with support for OpenVPN & WireGuard”
https://www.thinkpenguin.com/gnu-linux/free-software-wireless-n-mini-vpn-router-v3-tpe-r1300

Also a FSF certified 8-port gigabit switch:
https://www.thinkpenguin.com/gnu-linux/8-port-gigabit-ethernet-switch-tpe-8ptgigswit2

We prefer “nostalgic” and “retro relevant”.

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You can see some other hardware that has been certified by the FSF here: https://h-node.org/