Danukeru

  • courriel: danukeru[.a.t.]foulab.org
  • site: danuke.ru

Mes Noeuds

Todo

hardware

  • Tie into new foulab server hardware.

Software

  • Transparent TOR/I2P/VPN proxy
  • Upgrade everything to https://github.com/libremesh/lime-packages
Posted Sunday, tôt le matin, December 17th, 2017
R

Alexandre Guédon

  • courriel: total world domination (à) g mail point, "comme" ;)

Mes Noeuds

Maison:

  • R (relais principal)

Autres infos

Radio amateur: VE2TUX

Posted tard Tuesday en soirée, September 11th, 2012

My Nodes

Operational nodes

Planned nodes

Posted at noon on Saturday, August 25th, 2012

picture of me

See my homepage. I can be contacted over email (anarcat@ this domain) or on irc.freenode.net as anarcat.

IP allocations

Those are all the machines I manage, by IP address.

Exhaustive allocation

#hostnameIPIPv6MAC
0 angela 172.16.0.42 fd64:2c08:9fa7:1::2/64 ec:55:f9:c5:f2:55
1 koumbit-outremont 172.16.0.5/12 Not yet 00:27:22:8a:cb:c4
2 westernblock 172.16.0.6/32 fd64:2c08:9fa7:2::/64 DC:9F:DB:06:D5:BE
3 atlas 172.16.0.7/32 fd64:2c08:9fa7:3::/64 DC:9F:DB:07:EC:E7
4 plantpeople 172.16.1.19 fd64:2c08:9fa7:1::4/64 - should be /128 DC:9F:DB:1:13:56
5 batiment7 172.16.2.1 00:15:6D:A9:C7:84

See numbering for a more complete listing of nodes.

Current allocation

In other words, current allocation plan:

IPv6 function host
:0::1/128 routeur roadkiller
:0::2/64 relai boulette
:1::2/64 laptop angela
:1::3/128 AP plastik
:1::4/64 ? plantpeople
:2::/64 relai/AP? easternblock
:3::/64 relai/AP? atlas

Problems with the above:

  • wtf?
  • relai shouldn't have a /64 but a /128 in a magic subnet reserved for that purpose (/64?)
  • laptop should either get an ip in a /64 from a router or be a /128 in the above subnet
  • AP should have a /64 to redistribute
  • plantpeople overlaps with the other /64

Fixed up allocation plan

IPv6 function host
:0::1/128 routeur roadkiller (no change, announces 2001:1928:1:9::/64 to the mesh for its LAN)
:0::2/128 relai boulette (change prefix from /64 to /128)
:X::/64 AP plastik (new /64 to allocate, :0::3/128 on mesh interface if necessary)
:0::42/128 mobile angela (laptop, switch to /128, change subnet to :0::)
:1::/64 AP? plantpeople (change IP, keep /64 to avoid having to go there just now)
:2::/64 AP? easternblock (no change)
:3::/64 AP? atlas (no change)

My nodes

Here is the list of nodes I operate.

Operational nodes

Planned nodes

Nodes in maintenance

Todo

  • make the mesh work in my home (./) done with ?carton
  • fix IPv4 allocation to use 172.16.0.0/12 (./) done, see ip
  • test IPv6 autoconfiguration (./) done
  • setup a DHCP server and regular ad-hoc mode on ?carton (./) done!! i now use the mesh for my wifi access!
  • test ipv6 announcements [!] somehow this doesn't work as expected:
    • the /48 announcement was creating havoc: [28187.091405] IPv6 addrconf: prefix with wrong length 48
    • only the link-local prefix route gets added to the table, that's kind of weird
    • the packets don't actually go through to marcos
  • so next step: olsrd to propagate those routes between routers.
  • merge DMZ and mesh zones in ?roadkiller
  • configure second linksys router to join the mesh
  • install ganglia? or ?monitoring?
  • aggregate node parameters in a table automatically (todo/internal definition list support/)

Notes

(!) Power can apparently be pushed up to 84mW (20dBm), see seattlewireless.

old battle plan

This was the battle plan to configure the OLSR routing and setup on the roof, but it was short-circuited during the 2012-04-06-antenna-party.

Phase I: local tests

  1. setup ad-hoc mode between the laptop, the linksys and the n900
  2. (./) setup olsrd between the nodes (OpenWRT and wired laptop configured)
  3. hookup the linksys to roadkill.anarcat.ath.cx, setup vpn gateways for outgoing?
  4. think about system-wide numbering policy (and ipv6? - see http://wiki.freifunk.net/6mesh.freifunk.net for this)
  5. think about ?dns within the mesh
  1. make panorama of roof
  2. test opennet's firmware (for ubiquity devices)
  3. setup local test environment with martn with two antennas
  4. setup link between the two places
  5. at this point, network topology should be clear and documented
Posted at noon on Saturday, December 17th, 2011
License:

GFDL 1.2+

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License.

Back in Montreal summer 2014. Hope to bring at least one node up in PSC and generally get involved with the project.

My nodes

Here is the list of nodes I operate.

Operational nodes

Planned nodes

Nodes in maintenance

IDEAS

  • Distributed storage cloud.
  • Open AP through TOR.
Posted dans les premières heures de la nuit de Wednesday, February 6th, 2014
bgm
  • Courriel: bgm @ bidon.ca
  • Freenode: bgm
Posted tard Tuesday en soirée, February 21st, 2012

Philippe Gauthier

Posted Monday, à l'heure du déjeuner, April 16th, 2012

Nicolas Marchildon

Je suis programmeur. J'ai installé une antenne chez moi, avant la naissance du projet, pour envoyer des backups chez mon frère. J'ai installé OpenWrt sur le petit routeur Bococom, et je gère quelques noeuds.

  • nicolas@marchildon.net
  • http://identi.ca/elecnix
  • 514 394-7847

Les relais que j'administre:

Besoin d'un donateur d'antenne:

Prospects:

Les points d'accès:

Serveurs:

Routeurs de test:

Posted tard dans la nuit de Tuesday, March 7th, 2012

Evan Prodromou

Posted Monday, durant la nuit, November 19th, 2012

Pierre Gaudet

Ma futur node

Posted Wednesday après-midi, August 8th, 2012

Programmeur, philosophe, pacifiste, poète.

Mon site: gboudrias.ca

email: meshnet(à)gboudrias.ca

My nodes

Here is the list of nodes I operate.

Operational nodes

Planned nodes

Nodes in maintenance

Posted tard Tuesday en soirée, February 21st, 2012

Geneviève Bastien

  • courriel: gbastien+mesh@versatic.net
  • identi.ca: @gbastien
  • irc: tahini

À faire

  • Avoir un terrain de jeu pour tester le mesh {OK} Ok: chez moi, un relais mesh, un point d'accès qui sert des clients et qui se connecte au mesh et à internet, un laptop qui se connecte au relais en ad-hoc

  • Créer des images d'Openwrt pré-configurées pour le mesh et offrir un répertoire de packages qui pré-configurent certains scénarios {i} En cours: J'ai compilé les images, reste à les tester et essayer de couvrir le plus de scénarios possibles avec le moins d'images... Les images seront disponibles au http://packages.reseaulibre.ca:8080/Routeurs

  • Explorer des applications de gestion de mesh

  • Documenter comment sécuriser son réseau interne lorsqu'on offre le mesh et/ou l'accès à internet

  • Documenter comment configurer le routeur pour les nuls (sans les commandes uci)

  • Mettre le mesh sur une clé usb à partager: une distro linux avec desktop pré-connectée en mode ad-hoc sur le mesh {i} En cours: simple arch linux avec gnome

  • Monter un petit serveur pour offrir des services sur le mesh, sans dépendre de mon lan (entre autres, miroir du wiki)

  • Avoir une carte offline pour ikiwiki (sur un serveur local) {OK} C'est fait. Mais pour être forward compatible avec la domination de la province :D, j'ai fait des bons zooms sur tout le territoire du Québec et le fichier compressé fait 1.4 GB... Si vous voulez les cartes, contactez-moi.

Posted au milieu de la matinée de Wednesday, August 1st, 2012
Posted at noon on Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

My nodes

Operational nodes

Planned nodes

Nodes in maintenance

Todo

  • Déployer un réseau minimal dans la Pointe (plusieurs toits d'alliés potentiels à mobiliser)
  • En particulier, insérer le projet du Bâtiment 7 dans le réseau, notamment pour la diffusion de la radio du Centre Social Autogéré
  • Reconfiguration de batiment7 pour la réintégrer dans le mesh
Posted Monday, à l'heure du déjeuner, November 19th, 2012

Mathieu Gauthier-Pilote

Posted tard Saturday en soirée, August 9th, 2014

my node: ?midnight

contact: me at jcook dot cc

Posted Tuesday après-midi, February 21st, 2012

Courriel: i.caught.air @ gmail.com

Freenode: nitrix

Posted au milieu de la matinée de Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
opa

Richard Lussier

mail richard.lussier at inter-node.com cell 514.574.5111

Posted at noon on Friday, August 10th, 2012
  • Courriel: ouaibe \aatt/ gmail.com
  • Freenode: ouaibe
  • Identi.ca: @ouaibe

My nodes

Here is the list of nodes I operate :

Operational nodes

Planned nodes

Posted Wednesday, durant la nuit, September 5th, 2012

Moi

http://yannickbrosseau.com

Mes nodes

Posted Thursday, tôt le matin, February 23rd, 2012
License:

GFDL 1.2+

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License.

I'm a random hacker from the 514. I come from a diverse background of interests, that make computing my main occupation. I'm an advocate for everything open source, freedom enabling, community oriented. I also hold an amateur radio license, which extends my passion for radio to other frequencies.

Free the bits, make data love.

My nodes

Here is the list of the nodes I operate.

Operational nodes

Planned nodes

Nodes in maintenance

where I'm at

At home

I am running batman on my rooftop (not yet installed) relay node, on its wireless and wired interfaces. I started configuring an internal router AP, running batman on its wired LAN switch, and a traditional AP on its wireless interface. The wan interface will help to serve Internet access in addition to mesh services to wireless clients.

For now, I've been using an MTU of 1472 on my batman interfaces, because I can't set an MTU higher than 1500 on wired interfaces in OpenWRT. Many searches have found no solution to this problem. According to batman-adv messages, with anything higher than 1472, I'm fragmenting packets.

In my tests with a Debian laptop, running batman, I'm able to route IP to and from all members of the mesh, my laptop, the router AP and the Bullet.

Other places

I operate another site on St-Denis/Laurier at a friend's place. It will mostly be a replica of my home configuration, with a little less complexity on the internal segment.

Posted Tuesday en soirée, September 4th, 2012