[Battlemesh] cjdns and maidsafe
dave.taht at gmail.com
Wed Sep 23 17:22:58 CEST 2015
Just to add to the overall confusion, when I first saw cjdns, I
thought it was very much like "hip" which is a standardized protocol
used for factory automation for devices that needed to phone home.
On Wed, Sep 23, 2015 at 7:47 AM, ansuz <ansuz at transitiontech.ca> wrote:
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> Cjdns is a layer 3 router that uses public key cryptography to generate an
> IPv6 address in the 'FC' range (Unique Local Addresses).
> It verifies a node's identity with the same cryptography, after which nodes
> can participate in a DHT which stores information about the topology of the
> network (constructed via point to point links).
> Each node can expose a TUN interface to its user. Everything which passes
> through that TUN is encrypted (end to end).
> Links /can/ be formed over the internet, meaning cjdns can act like a VPN if
> you want it to, but its DHT runs exclusively over the same channels as its
> encrypted links. As such, it's suitable as an independent mesh networking
> protocol which functions without the need for a secondary bootstrapping
> Maidsafe (as I understand it, I'm not affiliated with the project) is a
> distributed filesystem, the mechanics of which I'm not comfortable
> Hopefully that clears things up a bit.
> - -- Aaron "ansuz" MacSween
> On 23/09/15 10:14 AM, Christian Huldt wrote:
>> After watching a few of the videos (Thanks!), am I extremely clueless to
>> think that there are things that cjdns and maidsafe do that are a bit
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