[Battlemesh] test-router platform upgrade, decide on numbers
ufo at rund.freifunk.net
Wed Mar 27 00:47:45 CET 2013
Am 19.03.13 14:30, schrieb Bastian Bittorf:
> * Simon Wunderlich <simon.wunderlich at s2003.tu-chemnitz.de> [19.03.2013 14:24]:
>>> I'd go for 3600 or 3500 and get more routers for the same amount of money.
>> At least in germany, 3600 is at ~50 Euro, 4300 at ~66 Euro ... Do you have
> i like the 4300 - the price does not matter, i believe
> in the 3 antennas = no buffering during p*rn... 8-)
but for bettlemesh two antennas should be enough :-/
so i would prefer the tp-link 3600. its only a bit of another wifi chip
inside, i hope thats ok. in leipzig we have >10 of that in use and are
very satisfied with these devices.
and for that difference in money i would really like to suggest some
i will also bring some of that MOBILE routers with me, thats really
battery inside (just a 3020, but no need for powerwires for many hours)!
Thats very useful for testing and handling WITHOUT power cables. The
tech inside is just as many other routers our communities using today:
less memory, flash, cpu and wifi (34mw) than the 3600/4300. maybe some
usb-sticks for each one could be VERY useful. we could make ext-root for
the system with that sticks and we could f.i. change usbsticks in wild
wifi field testings, for changing to another routingprotocol in our
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