Question 9/12: Single point of internet access - redundancy?

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Question 9/12: Single point of internet access - redundancy?

Postby designo » Sat Apr 25, 2009 3:39 pm

Hi, I make a presentation about OLPC, mesh-network and philosophie. After this, the interest people will have a lot of question. Do you can make little review from all this (theoretical) answer and questions? It would be great. Don't forget write source link.

Question 9/12: Single point of internet access - exist redundancy solutions?
Answer 9/12: ___ (source: __)

Thanks in advanced. Kind regard, designo
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Re: Question 9/12: Single point of internet access - redundancy?

Postby designo » Thu Apr 30, 2009 4:07 am

Hi, one solution is of course the freifunk (openwireless, ondalivre) firmware with Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 hardware behind. There is a full redundancy between all access points. You can have several access points with different internet lines. If one internet line is nok (offline), mesh network "is looking" for other internet line. You have nothing to do - funny thing - isn't it? In this way, OLPC Laptops are online everytime.
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