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Wireless Battle of the Mesh
is an event that aims at bringing together people from across the world to test the performance of different routing protocols for ad-hoc networks
networking  wireless  wifi  mesh 
august 2016 by Z303
is a high speed, self discovering, self configuring, fault tolerant, wireless computer network that can run for days from a fully charged car battery, or indefinitely with the addition of a modest solar array or other supplemental power source. The focus is on emergency communications.
broadband  mesh  networking 
may 2016 by Z303
is intended to act as a layer 1/2 technology that attempts to hide its wireless mesh communication traffic. Bunny wraps all data in and out in a layer of obfuscation. It does this by passively listening to the local wireless and building a model of 'average' traffic. Then using this model, it hides small snippets of data within various fields of the 802.11 protocol that are either poorly defined or prone to contain data that mutates a lot. These fields will include but are not limited to, vendor data, data packets of encrypted networks, duration fields.
wifi  security  python  mesh  darknet  via:hackernews 
may 2013 by Z303
is an open-source communication tool that uses mobile phones, computers, and other wireless devices to create decentralized mesh networks.
networking  wireless  collaboration  mesh 
march 2013 by Z303
Open Mesh Project
is a type of networking wherein each connected node in the network may act as an independent router or "smart" device, regardless of whether it has an Internet connection or not. Mesh networks are incredibly robust, with continuous connections that can reconfigure around broken or blocked paths by "hopping" from node to node until the destination is reached, such as another device on the network or connecting to an Internet back haul.
networking  wifi  mesh 
february 2011 by Z303
a Layer Two Peer-to-Peer VPN
n2n  p2p  vpn  network  privacy  security  networking  tools  tunnel  mesh 
august 2009 by Z303
OLSR daemon is an implementation of the Optimized Link State Routing protocol. OLSR is a routing protocol for mobile ad-hoc networks. The protocol is pro-active, table driven and utilizes a technique called multipoint relaying for message flooding.
wifi  routing  networking  mesh  foss 
june 2006 by Z303

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