the ultamite peer to peer network

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  1. synthetic

    synthetic New Member

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    everyone is getting connected these days with wireless home networking... most of us should be with in reach of another access point. So i wonder, if there is any tool out there allowing you to access to ap's at the same time? Thus we would be able to create a secondary internet, outside of the one governed by hard wired solutions. I believe the routers would be have to be monified, maybe to use ipv6 as the backend network with a whole new set of routing protocols in order not to saturate the entire backbone.

    Thoughts / ideas... anyone know of current works in progress?
     
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    It's called WDS and it works fine for LANs but it would shit a brick for anything else.

    Not to piss in your cherios, but it is a horrible idea. Why don't you lobby for bandwidth to become a more regulated industry, with fiber to most homes, and true 100Mbps+ uplinks.
     
  3. CodeX

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    Wireless sucks. And I am sure the publishers of the software would LOVE it if you shared it with everyone in the world :rofl:
     
  4. synthetic

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    wired connections to your homes can be easily tapped into, get my drift.

    i know about wds and yes this is what i want to creat, but with the ability to use the existing internet while on this secondary network.
     
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    The only "drift" that I get is you're a fucking pirate faggot that doesn't want to co-exist on the legit internet. The internet is soooo fucked up that if your morals are considered so "extreme" as to require a discrete wireless network, then you really need to seek psych evaluation.

    Why don't you lobby for the 100Mbps+ fiber connections then just setup a little ssh-encapsulated p2p network like you wanted? Bottom line is that the internet really provides very little in terms of tracking. A wireless-type p2p network would be EASIER to evesdrop into -- and even easier for disruption to occur.
     
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    it would be cool just to have an alternate way of doing things. lobbying for 100Mbps fiber in usa LOL . do you have any idea the cost for a build out like that? while the secondary wireless network would be cheap, and accessible to by all, and not limited by one physical location
     
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    WiPeer does this, though not to the scale you describe.
     
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    I draw pictures better than I write :)

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    It's called a mesh network. Google it.
     

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