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 From:  Curt Shaffer <curt at chilitech dot net>
 To:  "Barry Murphy" <barry at unix dot co dot nz>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Wireless mesh
 Date:  Thu, 15 Apr 2004 08:01:07 -0400
http://www.locustworld.com/  is the easiest that I have found so far 
that works easily.  We have not deployed any yet because we are still 
testing others. There is a lot to consider as far as what you need to 
accomplish. There is a wealth of information on different protocols and 
such to fit different architecture. Hope this helps a little and I will 
keep you posted on anything new I come across.

On Apr 15, 2004, at 7:00 AM, Barry Murphy wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm trying to setup m0n0wall on 5 machines located in different areas 
> in
> my town spanning 5km's or so. I have purchased 3 soekris machines and
> have 2 standard machines, on all these boxes I use 200mw seano cards 
> for
> all machines. Well, the question is, is it possible to setup m0n0 as a
> wireless mesh, drop one m0n0 wall off somewhere tell it where to 
> connect
> to and it'll connect to that location and act as an AP infrstructure at
> the same time with just one card.
> I know a simple search on google will show you can do this simply with
> adhoc mode, but this isn't what I want to do, there is software simular
> to m0n0wall that allows you to setup hotspot wireless meshes locations.
> Has anyone done anything simular with m0n0wall and have multiple nodes
> linking back to the main one. I'd love to hear how everyone has setup
> their wireless networks.
> Barry
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Curt Shaffer
Wireless/Network Specialist
Chilitech Internet Solutions