[isf-wifidog] New Deployment
dylan at bunkermedia.co.nz
Mar 13 Mar 17:52:47 EDT 2007
Yeah we got contacted by the CEO of RoamAD when that article appeared in the Herald. We are currently dealing with one of their preferred integrators locally.
I had a look in one of their boxes the other day - it's really neat. Little modular setup, very cool.
Our system, as envisaged at the moment, will be offering our SSID on their mesh network, the connections to that SSID will be tunneled straight in to a private tunnel to our auth/gateway server, where all firewalling and routing will take place. It's from that server that all the internet access for all the networks we operate will take place.
The backhaul to our server will be in the region of 5-10Mbit, and the provisioned bandwidth from our network to the public internet will be adjustable to meet demand.
We have looked at a system like the Ile Sans Fil system where each hotspot will have it's own connection, but as we are trying to deliver a single network to a larger geographic area, and broadband connection options are both limited and costly - this seems an ideal solution.
On Tue, 13 Mar 2007 16:52:40 -0500, "Michael Lenczner" <mlenczner at gmail.com> wrote:
> wow. that's really neat. Have you told the RoamAD guys about that?
> I've met them a bunch of times.
> BTW- for everyone else - RoamAD is a mesh solution where they sell the
> software license, and they publish the open specs for the hardware.
> Really neat solution.
> On 3/13/07, Dylan Reeve <dylan at bunkermedia.co.nz> wrote:
>> For sure, any of the Montreal team who find themselves in Auckland can
> look me up. I have a comfy couch, and even a spare bedroom. Although also
> a two-year old.
>> For what it's worth my revised deployment is going to involve delivering
> community Wifi with WifiDog over a RoamAD (www.roamad.com) mesh network.
> The network will run 5GHz backhaul with public 2.4GHz for the community
> wireless. It should be interesting. Hope I can make it work :)
>> On Tue, 13 Mar 2007 09:44:22 -0500, "Alexis Cornellier"
> <alexis.cornellier at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > That is awsome. So i guess that if we want to take a trip to new
>> > you got a couch for all the montreal team? :) it's very interesting to
>> > that the software of our guys is use all around the world for
> something as
>> > democratic and free like that.
>> > Alexis
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