On Sun, May 09, 2004 at 10:48:53PM +0100, Christian van den Bosch wrote:
> Conall O'Brien wrote:
> > Odds are, as Access Points.
> Bang on.
>> Yup, we're using pebble for the above, and some routing as well, on
> boxes with multiple interfaces (most of them).
ok, a few questions. why pebble and not something like meshbox?
doesn't meshbox auto-configure for mesh-type networks (handling routing
and the like) and therefore able to deal with changes and outages?
second, when using a bunch of these boxes do you stick to just one
wireless channel? if you use multiple channels, do some boxes need
multiple wifi cards, or can a single card handle two frequencies?
kevin at ie.suberic.net ~ "you're either with us or against us." --dubya
iraq: vietnam again? ~ in that simplistic world-view progressives and
a new lbj selected - ~ liberals are "us" while bush and bin laden are
"looney bush junior" ~ "against us."
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