RouterFleet - Centralized backup and management (OpenSource)

Hello!

I would like to share a project that I've been working on.
Routerfleet is an open-source web interface aimed at simplifying the backup and management of routers and other network equipment.

The project is in its early stages, and I'm looking for feedback, contributions, and suggestions from the community to expand its capabilities and compatibility.

Check it out and let me know what you think: https://github.com/eduardogsilva/routerfleet

Your input can significantly shape RouterFleet's future.

Thank you for your support!

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Does RouterFleet interface with OpenWrt devices? Can you describe the mechanism and setup requirements?

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Hello @psherman

Routerfleet indeed supports OpenWRT.

To setup Routerfleet, it's quite easy, everything is in the docker compose and documented.

The connection to OpenWRT is made using ssh (user and password or ssh key for authentication).

The backup process uses both options, syupgrade and uci export.

The uci export version, is used to compare changes between backups. :slight_smile:

what are the server requirements?

For software, you just need to have docker installed on your system.

For hardware, It depends a lot on the amount of equipment that you will have on your system. Django is very lightweight. So I believe that any single core vm with 1G of ram would be more than enough for a fair amount of devices.

Cheers!