paul at servalproject.org
Fri Dec 16 08:38:14 CET 2016
For better or for worse, "mesh network" and "ad-hoc network" have become
almost synonyms, even though a mesh network correctly requires that every
node is connected to every other node. The colloquial and common usage of
a mesh network in most cases includes ad-hoc networks, where connectivity
does not exist between every possible pair of nodes.
On Fri, Dec 16, 2016 at 6:15 AM, willi uebelherr <willi.uebelherr at riseup.net
> Dear Gui and all,
> i want to start to understand the inner architecture and methodology from
> But immediatly i see it on the first page. The grafic of "MeshNetworks" (
> http://libremesh.org/). If you compare it with the grafic "4: Technik" in
> https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freies_Funknetz (in the english version
> this grafic don't exist), you can see the difference.
> Your grafic shows not a Mesh(Network). That are connected nodes, yes, but
> not a mesh. Maybe, you think, it is not so important. But, if we have not a
> clear understanding of a Mesh, what that is, how we can create a mesh of
> connected nodes?
> many greetings, willi
> Asuncion, Paraguay
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