Schnapps: how to work with snapshots

May 17, 2017

Schnapps is a tool for managing snapshots, which are states of the operating system at a given moment in time. How to use Schnapps on Turris routers? More details.

Failover to LTE

May 4, 2017

How to set the connection to a failover regime, when the primary connection is through WAN and in case of a failure, all traffic is directed through LTE? Quick guide is here

What processes are running on the Turris router

April 26, 2017

Do you need list and description of the processes that are present in the router after the basic installation? Just in case? Here

How to use GPIO port in Turris Omnia

April 11, 2017

Turris Omnia routers are equipped with GPIO connector. How to use it? We have added detailed instructions.

Next Turris? Omnia²!

April 1, 2017

Breaking news. We finally finished the blueprints for the next generation of our router, the Turris Omnia² (read: The Square Omnia).

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How to Participate at the Foris Interface Translation

March 30, 2017

We developed the Turris router interface in English and we use Czech as the reference localization language. If you want, you can be now a part of the translation of the Foris interface to any other language. How to do it?

CeBIT’s visitors loved our open-source router Turris Omnia

March 28, 2017

It was the first time CZ.NIC has participated at such a big fair and the decision was last moment one. We wanted to find partners and introduce the router to public.

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Turris Omnia on CeBIT 2017

March 16, 2017

We are going to present our product on the world's biggest digital business expo - CeBIT.


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OpenVPN server easy and fast

March 14, 2017

Do you need to connect remotely and securely to your network? OpenVPN is a great tool whose Turris configuration needed a lot of settings. Now there is a simple configuration of OpenVPN server from the Forris interface in Turris OS starting with version 3.6.

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Protection of personal data

March 13, 2017

We take protecting our customers’ personal data very seriously. Simply put, we don’t do anything to others, which we would not like to have done to ourselves.

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