[kwlug-disc] UBB Discussion, look at Cogeco
bjonkman at sobac.com
Sat Feb 5 12:19:36 EST 2011
Interestingly, P2PNet has an article on citizen mesh WiFi today:
“It is about a project in two Italian towns to construct a
citizen-owned WiFi mesh network that will allow direct communication
of all participants and will link into the internet at provider level.”
The project “might profitably be replicated in many places across
the planet”, he said.
Doesn't seem like a mature project yet. Providing a link to the host at
127.0.0.1 gives me reason to doubt their technical chops.
On 11-02-01 03:20 PM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
> I remember waterloowireless.com from about 10 years ago, when Pringles
> Cantennas were all the rage. One of the first attempts at mesh WiFi.
> Slightly ahead of its time, I think. Their only remaining presence
> seems to be this: http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/wwrg/
> On 11-02-01 12:13 PM, Andrew Sullivan Cant wrote:
>> KW-Mesh would be awesome. I have heard of this being done else where,
>> but I don't know the details.
>> I did come across a co-op ISP in Ontario called Quadro
>> <http://www.quadro.net/>. I assume that they are a Bell DSL re-seller as
>> On 01/02/11 12:04 PM, Adam Glauser wrote:
>>> On 2/1/2011 11:34 AM, L.D. Paniak wrote:
>>>> You wants to build a mesh network on the west side of Kitchener?
>>> Is there an ISP that will offer a service that is allowed to be shared
>>> in this way? Atria maybe?
>>> Let's assume that one of us had a fibre connection available, and that
>>> the service agreement allowed sharing. What does Atria change per GB
>>> usage? I wonder what sort of usage terms would be required for
>>> cost distribution in such a scheme.
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