In libremesh, when you connect a host to the network, the hostname is registered and
spread all over the mesh, so if you need to access that device you can use it's
If you for example set the device name as "Wikipedia" , when you go to the
browser and access http://Wikipedia/
you will be accessing that device's web server.
There is a need to be able to define this in a more flexible way... Could be via an alias
mechanism, or by reserving certain IP address to static hosts... Yet this has not been
done and it is not written.
If you are interested in working on this, I can put energy in writing it.
On August 11, 2019 3:57:49 PM GMT-03:00, Greg D <haitinet(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Am working on a similar project. I would be interested
What country are you in? Thanks
On Fri, Aug 9, 2019, 4:48 PM <pmauro(a)posteo.net> wrote:
Hi people! I'm glad to tell you that after
some time I manged to get
routing working after your help (the suggested solution was to
a stable version).
Now I'm facing other problems (not in the software, but in my
of all this stuff), and again need your help.
The next stage is actually using that router in a school. It has:
* 10 Windows pcs
* 1 linux pc (to host the content like videos, wiki, web pages, etc)
* a big ethernet switch
So here are my questions:
1) Can the libremesh router be connected (via the switch) to all the
pcs? If possible, where is the documentation to know how?
2) Can we give the linux pc some domain name to make a web server out
it? (so the people can type something like
3) People should be able to connect with their cellphones to the
network, and access the content. Is this possible?
In a previous mail with the subject "LuCI and lime-app" it is said:
wifi SSID, hide SSID, change wifi password,
this will be overwritten by lime if you
can be done with lime (check documentation)
I think this is my use case, but I can't find that documentation. Can
you point me to it?
To give some more context, in the future we would like to add some
> routers to connect key spots, and people nearby.
> Thanks in advance.
> Kind regards, Pedro.
> lime-users mailing list
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