#149 Mesh-supported hardware

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opened 2 years ago by Ghost · 6 comments
Ghost commented 2 years ago

I am looking for a new router plus accesspoints, that supports Mesh-networking.

Currently I own a WNDR3800 with LibreCMC installed, and i can see that i can install packages that can activate "802.11s". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11s ...but it does not work, when i try to install and activate it.

So i guess, that LibreCMC supports "Mesh or 802.11s", but my hardware does not.

What hardware would you recommend me to buy? It is for home use, so i guess 2-3 access points should be fine.

I am sorry if I am posting this question in the wrong place, but I have not been able to find a LibreCMC forum, where this is discussed.

I am looking for a new router plus accesspoints, that supports Mesh-networking. Currently I own a WNDR3800 with LibreCMC installed, and i can see that i can install packages that can activate "802.11s". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11s ...but it does not work, when i try to install and activate it. So i guess, that LibreCMC supports "Mesh or 802.11s", but my hardware does not. What hardware would you recommend me to buy? It is for home use, so i guess 2-3 access points should be fine. I am sorry if I am posting this question in the wrong place, but I have not been able to find a LibreCMC forum, where this is discussed.
Ghost commented 2 years ago
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I have now made some more research on the subject.

What i was trying to accomplish is to have uninterrupted WiFi connection when moving around in the house, for the different access-points.

Mesh seems to do that trick, but with some more research, I have found out, that it is 802.11r "fast transition" that i need to set up.

I will close the subject.

I have now made some more research on the subject. What i was trying to accomplish is to have uninterrupted WiFi connection when moving around in the house, for the different access-points. Mesh seems to do that trick, but with some more research, I have found out, that it is 802.11r "fast transition" that i need to set up. I will close the subject.
Ghost commented 1 year ago
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Since you have done some research on it, would you be willing to share your findings in a mesh networking page on the wiki? You can add a page to the wiki by forking libreCMC, creating the markdown file for it in the docs folder and opening a pull request.

Since you have done some research on it, would you be willing to share your findings in a mesh networking page on the wiki? You can add a page to the wiki by forking libreCMC, creating the markdown file for it in the `docs` folder and opening a pull request.
Ghost commented 7 months ago
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Ghost commented 5 months ago
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Given your research, would you be willing to contribute your findings to a wiki article on mesh networking? By forking libreCMC, generating the wiki's markdown file in the docs folder, and launching a pull request, you can add a page to the project. bitlife

Given your research, would you be willing to contribute your findings to a wiki article on mesh networking? By forking libreCMC, generating the wiki's markdown file in the docs folder, and launching a pull request, you can add a page to the project. <a href="https://bitlifegame.org">bitlife</a>
Ghost commented 4 months ago
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For a home mesh network with LibreCMC support, consider routers that are compatible with open-source firmware and 802.11s mesh networking. Devices from brands like TP-Link and Linksys often work well. The TP-Link Archer C7 and Linksys WRT3200ACM are examples of routers known for compatibility. Additionally, ensure the access points you choose also support 802.11s. Before purchasing, check forums or online communities dedicated to LibreCMC for user experiences and recommendations to ensure seamless integration with your desired open-source firmware.

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Ghost commented 1 month ago
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