[clug-talk] Freifunk (wireless mesh) in Calgary
xlr8me at gmail.com
Thu May 18 12:09:31 PDT 2006
There was a project on campus last year where a friend of mine set up a
wireless mesh network blanketing campus and the surrounding area.
Each node ended up costing ~$300, even in the middle of the pub.
Or so I hear ;)
I'd be interested to see how this project compares.
I'd be up for a meeting here as well.
On 5/18/06, simon <simon at mungewell.org> wrote:
> On Wed, May 10, 2006 at 12:26:43AM -0700, Dan Graham wrote:
> > Sorry for the late reply, I am happy to here you are still interested
> > working with freifunk and OLSR mesh. Please feel free to contact me off
> > Anybody else that wants to get involved may also feel free to contact me
> > well. The following links "googled" may be of value to those wondering
> what the
> > heck were talking about. Basically we want to take over the World.
> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freifunk
> > http://freifunk.net/wiki/FreifunkFirmwareEnglish
> > http://ff-firmware.sourceforge.net/
> > http://www.jawug.za.net/FreiFunk
> > All the best, Dan Graham
> Hi Dan and all,
> Did some reading and it all looks to have some possibilities (and
> problems :0).
> Do interested parties want to meet up one evening and chat about 'where
> to go' and 'how we get there'?
> The main questions I think that need to be answered are:
> 1). 'TOC' - how much is this 'fun' going to cost me? Can I fake up a
> Freifunk node with a PC & (hostap) wireless card?
> 2). How does the IP scheme works between nodes/clients? I don't think it
> looks that scalable and doesn't cope with mobile clients....
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