VARIA Supplier Friday: CZ.NIC
30. October 2020 VARIA

In week 20 of VARIA Supplier Friday, everything revolves around CZ.NIC!

To give you an overview of the products that you can find in our online shop, we introduce one of our manufacturers or suppliers to you every Friday. We go further in ours introduction of participants with CZ.NIC.


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CZ.NIC, zspo, is an association of legal persons established in 1998 by leading internet service providers. The association currently has 118 members. The main activities of the association include the registration of the .CZ domain, the operation of the CZ top-level domain and public education in the field of domain names.

The association is working intensively on the development of DNSSEC technology and the mojeID service, the expansion and improvement of the domain management system, as well as the support of new technologies and projects that will benefit the Internet infrastructure in the Czech Republic. The association also runs the internal security team of CZ.NIC-CSIRT and, since 2011, the Czech CSIRT team – CSIRT.CZ. The association has been a member of the FENIX security project since 2013. CZ.NIC is a member of international organizations that bring together similar organizations around the world (CENTR, ccNSO and more), as well as a member of the EURid association that manages the European .EU domain. One of their end-user projects is Turris.

Turris Omnia and Turris MOX

The powerful Turris Omnia and Turris MOX modular network devices use an open source system based on Linux. They have automatic updates throughout their life cycle, a distributed adaptive firewall and other security elements.

Three popular products at a glance:

Turris MOX start

The Turris MOX is a unique modular router. It is suitable for small and medium-sized businesses, computer geeks and households of all users who are aware of the risks of the Internet. Thanks to its secure standard configuration, automatic firmware updates and an adaptive distributed firewall, the product is very secure. The Turris MOX is also open source – a free Linux operating system (based on OpenWrt) runs on open hardware. You can buy a Turris MOX as a complete set (Pocket Wi-Fi, Power Wi-Fi and Classic) or build your own. For this you need the basic set MOX Start, which you can use with one or more modules (MOX B, C, D, E, F and G) and add-ons (MOX Wi-Fi Add-On (SDIO), MOX Wi-Fi Add -On (mPCIe) and MOX PoE Add-On).

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Turris MOX PoE add-on

The MOX PoE Add-On can be used to power the Turris MOX router via Ethernet without having to use a separate power cable. It is connected to the MOX A (Basic) module, which is part of all MOX configurations. It complies with the IEEE standards 802.3at and 802.3af.

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RTROM01-CE – high performance open source router

Open hardware running a free operating system based on OpenWrt. You can use it to make your own software modifications and protect your privacy at the highest level. Complete circuit diagrams guarantee that you know what is hidden in the device. No back doors, no calling home.

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