On Dec 3, 2007 3:04 PM, Hamish MacEwan <hamish.macewan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Anyone have any experience with the Meraki wireless
system, formerly MIT's RoofNet, in the New Zealand environment that
they would be prepared to share with a group interested in
investigating the technology?
Thanks for the responses, many of which came to me direct, so a quick
summary back to the list:
"Donald Gordon <don(a)dis.org.nz> was playing with them, and we had one
here for a while.
In the out of box state they are very anoying. They do mesh using
there own protocol, but everything is behind a nat'd subnet that hangs
off them when they work."
"I've got a small Meraki mesh running in Raglan and have a bunch of
spare radios on my shelf at that I would be happy to loan / sell to a
Cell 021 221 3999
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"I do. I'm just winding up a trial of them for use here.
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