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Old 03-27-2012, 09:08 PM   #1
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Anyone here working with HSMM Mesh. We had a presentation by some of The Austin Texas Radio Club a couple weeks ago. Looks really interesting and some of the local hams are talking about a Mesh network for field day.

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Old 03-28-2012, 01:59 PM   #2
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Had never heard of it Ken. That's amazing. Wonder what they will think of next?



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Interesting. I have several WRT54G and WRT54GS routers on hand. If I can figure out how to load this firmware into a router that's running DD-WRT and not the original Linksys firmware, I'll likely play with this. DD-WRT is a different non-Linksys firmware, but I think DD-WRT can reload original Linksys over itself, so it may not be a problem.
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Just loaded HSMM-MESH on one of my WRT54G routers. Comes up OK, but there's no other user near me, so it isn't very useful at the moment.
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You need to promote some other users in your area.....club.

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You need to promote some other users in your area.....club.

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Well, I dunno where, if anywhere, I'll settle. Rains too much here in Portland. Maybe I'll settle in central Florida, or maybe in Dallas. But it'll be a while. Going to Dayton in May, South Carolina in early June, North Carolina in late June. Alas, in retirement I've become a trailer bum.
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Old 04-19-2012, 08:00 PM   #7
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Austin (Texas) radio club has a pretty big HSMM network set up there. You might check and see if they can tell you about others.

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