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LEDE/OpenWRT — Multiple SSIDs – LEDE/OpenWrt & IoT – Medium
LEDE/OpenWRT — Multiple SSIDs<br /><br />
This guide will show you how to set up a second (and in turn multiple) SSID for your network.
openwrt 
17 days ago by xela
br101/horst: “horst” - lightweight IEEE802.11 wireless LAN analyzer with a text interface
“horst” - lightweight IEEE802.11 wireless LAN analyzer with a text interface - br101/horst
linux  openwrt  wifi  lan  networking  analyzer  software  radio  scanning  hacking  packets  aggregator  textui  tool  mesh  wlan 
9 weeks ago by orlin
Building the Peer-to-Peer Internet
Workshop schedule and outline of topics. Discusses building a mesh network using commodity WiFi tech. In late 2018, the Toronto mesh community seems more active than most other mesh communities in North America.
!P-🌔-counterantidisintermediation  freifunk  openwrt  open-source-software  mesh  mesh-networking  p2p-internet  internet  networking  counterantidisintermediation  !beyond-seven-review  physical-computing 
10 weeks ago by beyondseven
Finally, a geek travel router I love! | Justin's IT Blog
My ideal travel router
I’ve been kicking around the idea of building a small travel router out of a Raspberry Pi or an Asus Tinkerboard for a while. My ideal product would be something that can connect to an upstream ISP via wired or wifi connectivity, while also having the horsepower to host a few web pages like a NextCloud site, or a Pastebin type page. Oh, and it has to be fairly easy to use.

The problem with using a Pi or a Tinkerboard is that no matter how many projects I’ve looked through, none of them offer “easy setup” and the ability to switch from WiFi to Ethernet easily (without running a script to update NAT). So I went hunting for a commercial, yet geeky, solution.

Use cases
You might be thinking why use a travel router?

Well In some places (hotel room, company conference room, the van loaded with kids), WiFi sucks or is non-existent. Unfortunately, I frequent enough of those locations that I thought this was a worthwhile investment at $45 bucks.

I wanted the ability to find an RJ-45 wall jack and turn that into a WiFi hotspot for my devices; also the ability to share media files with anyone on the hotspot.

GL.iNet GL-AR750 Travel AC Router
So after some searching, I found the GL-AR750 and it seemed to have everything I really wanted built in. It also runs OpenWrt / LEDE which are open source projects so geek factor/hackability is still high!

https://web.archive.org/web/20181107050924/https://www.jpaul.me/2018/08/finally-a-geek-travel-router-i-love/
https://archive.is/z1oDi
router  travel  OpenVPN  OpenWrt 
11 weeks ago by coffeebucket

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