On Wed, 2005-12-28 at 14:08, Jonathan De Graeve wrote:
> >Now the questions:
> >Has anybody done such a thing?
> Yes, but not with m0n0wall as internal router
What did you use? "Ordenary" routers or *nix-boxes?
> I have an image with routing protocols but that image was only to see if
> I could get it on m0n0wall and isn't suitable for production use (yet)
Sounds interesting. Willing to share?
> >Would a solution be to create a wireless mesh on the inside, and
> >a monowall only handle external trafic?
> Unless you get m0n0wall with dynamic routing there isn't much another
My idea on a mesh-network, was to create create a network based on
mesh-cubes or equal, and let the monowall act as border-router to the
outside world, so to monowall just routed from the mesh-cloud to/from
But ofcourse it would be nice to have dynamic routing implemented in
Anopther solution would be to bulid a normal tree-structure first, and
the gradualy expand to a mesh structure as the setup becomes more
In some parts of the area a mesh would be idea, but in others the
locations is wide-spread, so the rely on links anyhow, but setting up
ring-connections would be a great solution in improve uptime and perhaps
Henning Wangerin <mailinglists dash after dash 041101 underscore reply dash not dash possible at hpc dot dk>