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Tag Archives: wireless
Hi, 26c3 is over and we had quite some experiments going on. Not everything went good, but we learned a lot: babel did not survive the hack-center. ahcp did survive. measurement needs to be improved That does not sound much, … Continue reading
Achtung! the right way of doing is ::ffff:<ipv4>, so newer stuff will use that. Based on the last posting, we are doing it now with an olsr mesh between the translators. Between this two posts, jow fixed all remaining issues, … Continue reading
While doing the last setup for the ipv4 through ipv6 mesh experiment, i set up an asus WL50g deluxe, one of the better router built. Everything was going fine, except the fact i was too stupid to configure wl0 with … Continue reading
After getting it running today after some sleep, just missing the backroute, now the next step: a setup with 2 translators, establishing connectivity between 2 v4 systems over a ipv6 network. src: 192.168.11.1/24 connected to trans1, defaultgateway to trans1 trans1: … Continue reading
Some 3-4 years ago, i had the idea of replacing all ipv4 addresses in a mesh network with ipv6 addresses, while still routing ipv4 through the mesh. The basic idea behind it was to translate ip4 stateless into ipv6 packets, … Continue reading
After the trouble with debian fucking up most of our tinc keys and the need to change a lot of keys, basically to rebuild the vpn nearly from scratch, i had a look for some vpn which are doing things … Continue reading
Again, someone is building an open source mesh router: http://www.meshlium.com/ Looks like the big players in muni mesh are getting pressure from below. Have to have a look on that, did anybody see the downloadbuttom?
The Wireless Community Weeken is over, many things happend and our italian friend from ninux.org did a lot of visual documentation. They found me when i was just in the middle of something, at the end of the video.