[Battlemesh] Testbed?

L. Aaron Kaplan aaron at lo-res.org
Tue May 8 02:35:36 CEST 2012

Benjamin, you probably did not see our presentation on the CONFINE project in Athens, right?

We are planning to do a permanent testbed for researchers as well as community networking folks.

www.confine-project.eu (upper right side: "brochure")


On May 3, 2012, at 5:02 PM, Benjamin Henrion wrote:

> Hi,
> Anybody still interested in a setting up a permanent testbed
> somewhere, which could be accessible remotely to test some network
> configuration?
> What would you see in such testbed?
> I am still looking for a place to install a testbed securely (without
> vandals having access to it).
> Best,
> -- 
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