[isf-wifidog] automated response to changing environment
matthewa at bcwireless.net
Ven 6 Jan 15:16:08 EST 2006
We've been discussing a provisioning system that involves Wireless and IP
configuration and monitoring (some
of this is documented on
to this case we would have it monitor the environment for noise and adjust
radio parameters accordingly,
this could easily stretch into finding better routes to nearby nodes and
avoiding upstream congestion.
Since this applies to all sorts of Wireless systems, not just WifiDog nodes,
I wonder if it belongs
at a different level than in WifiDog itself. To me it seems this would fit
into our WaveCaster management
System, while WifiDog still remains a presentation system. Same thing with
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> Michael Lenczner
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> Subject: [isf-wifidog] automated response to changing environment
> When we set up our hotspots we try to remember to choose the
> channel with the least interference on it for our router.
> However, conditions change over time.
> Would it be interesting / simple for a wifidog client to run
> a script every once in a while and choose the best channel to run on?
> just throwing the idea out there.
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