Congratulations for your new mesh network project.
The next steps are just find locations to install nodes and build the
actual network :)
If the network grows big (lets say >50 nodes) you should start splitting
the layer2 by changing the libre-mesh SSID or the libre-mesh network ID.
Something you can test in your laboratory. Batman advance should not see
all the nodes in the network but Bmx6 should do it. So from a layer3
vision everything will work as expected.
Good luck and tell us more please.
On 07/04/15 19:19, Ciaby wrote:
Hi everyone ;) I'm writing to the users list of
Libre Mesh to announce
that we are starting a mesh network in Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico.
I met Guido some months ago, and after hearing what has been done with
Alter Mundi in Argentina we decided to base our network on the Libre
We already got 10 TL-WDR3500 to start experimenting. We did some
initial tests with flashing the standard firmware and everything seems
to work es expected :)
We'll try to go with the default network topology and see if it scales
appropriately. Any tips/tricks/insights? What are the canonical next
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