[MLB-WIRELESS] Question to list
aris at pharoe.com
Thu Aug 18 14:35:21 EST 2005
I run a little linux AP at home (I'm a UNIX admin) , and am looking
forward to plopping an antenna on it and hooking it up into the RAN.
One use I have in mind is hook up my CarPC (which will also get an
antenna) to my home server (VPN) when within reception limits via nodes in
the area it is in.
First question is of course can this be done via nodes in close proximity
to the car?
Second question - is there some high-alt node (Dandenong Mtn?) with a
wide-enough directional cone that I can use when within areas of eastern
Third question - do the nodes know how to route between each other or
do they only have routing configured to their
adjacent nodes (and other manually predefined routes)?
Is any dynamic routing or meshing implementation being used? That's a
leading question to "will my car be able to access home by hopping" 4
Final question - anyone have any experience with non-stationary WiFi
communicating with stationary nodes?
Cheers & Thanks!
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