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 A gateway is basically an embedded computer with a radio front-end.

 The operating system is usually some variant of Linux, and Linux can run any number of processes, but because of hardware limitations the radio front-end can be controlled by only one process at a time.

 This means that only one packet forwarder can be run and access the radio front-end at a time and if multiple packet forwarders are running at the same time various issues are going to pop up.


For more gateway details and guides please check the User Resources section. 




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