Differences between revisions 6 and 7
Revision 6 as of 2016-08-31 19:31:20
Size: 1448
Comment:
Revision 7 as of 2016-08-31 20:11:04
Size: 1781
Comment:
Deletions are marked like this. Additions are marked like this.
Line 22: Line 22:
* Caught Ben up on changes in last several months, LEDE usage as opposed to OpenWrt, would like to evaluate NodogAuth.   * NodePrinceton - should have capacity on the gateway to to wire one final AP. Russell suggested they run ethernet to every room.
* Caught Ben up on changes in last several months, LEDE usage as opposed to OpenWrt, would like to evaluate NodogAuth, Intel volunteer (Director of Outreach - officially rejected first candidate offered as too technical).
Line 25: Line 26:
* Next week's meeting could be CBar, but Russell will try to contact David Schor for suggestions.

Location: NodeLuckyLab
Date and Time: Wednesday, August 31, 2016, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Scribe: You
Roll Call: RussellSenior,MatthewKlug,JasonBergstrom,TedBrunner,BenFoote

Agenda

  • Node notes:
    • NodeKlickitat

      • discovered two bugs in OpenWrt/LEDE that affect the network
        • a very old kernel panic when the brcm47xx CPU is overloaded routing traffic (solved by replacing WGT634U with WDR3600)
        • bullet m devices try to train their 100 Mbps ethernet interface at a gigabit and fails, recovered by manually running /etc/init.d/network restart or by rebooting with no link at the other end of the ethernet.
    • NodeCommunitecture is still offline

    • NodePrinceton -- got an email inquiring about installing more access points

  • <add your item>

Notes

  • Discussed what likely happened to Ted's ethernet (wire crimping) project.
  • Node notes:
    • NodeKlickitat

      • Sent in bug reports for IPv6 assignments in BATMAN, kernel panics (hardware replacement workaround).
      • Shoe leather workarounds for issues with interfaces.
    • NodePrinceton - should have capacity on the gateway to to wire one final AP. Russell suggested they run ethernet to every room.

* Caught Ben up on changes in last several months, LEDE usage as opposed to OpenWrt, would like to evaluate NodogAuth, Intel volunteer (Director of Outreach - officially rejected first candidate offered as too technical). * New hardware frequently does not have opensource drivers for radios (though there are a few exceptions). * Name change discussion - Network should serve the community interest. * Next week's meeting could be CBar, but Russell will try to contact David Schor for suggestions.


[CategoryMeetingNotes]

MeetingAugust2016 (last edited 2016-08-31 20:15:52 by JasonBergstrom)