[Battlemesh] Testbed - how to organize this year?

Greg D haitinet at gmail.com
Wed Mar 22 14:04:43 CET 2017

If you need volunteers please let me know. I am sure you have a
process/plan for volunteers.

On Mar 22, 2017 6:59 AM, "Simon Wunderlich" <sw at simonwunderlich.de> wrote:

> Hi,
> we had some discussion previously on the mailing list whether and what
> kind of
> tests we should do this year.
> Guido suggested to test firmwares instead of routing protocols to compare
> on a
> more holistic (and maybe higher?) level.
> Dave also suggested doing stress testing (or even vulnerability/security
> testing).
> And Juliusz suggested to continue the low-level routing protocol tests.
> In the past years, I've asked for volunteers for technical help and
> organizing/planning the tests. While there were always people who wanted
> to do
> technical things, finding volunteers for planning/managing was harder, and
> after many years I don't know if that kind of role separation even makes
> sense.
> So here is my suggestion for this year:
>  * For anyone who wants to participate actively in the test, please let us
> know in the this thread
>  * Please also state what you can/want to do, and what kind of test you are
> interested in (one of the 3 suggestions above, or something else?)
>  * After some people are found for one of the test modes, you can discuss
> how
> you want to do it on your own.
> I also heard that the local team would be willing to prepare the venue,
> e.g.
> pre-install routers, provide maps, etc. You can take this into
> consideration
> for preparing the tests.
> As for hardware, I'd think we can plan with some[tm] WDR4300 again. At
> least I
> can bring my 7 boxes, maybe other people can bring some as well. If you
> have
> other requirements, we can also discuss that on the ML.
> Please remember: this is a community event. If you want to have tests done,
> just do it. :)
> Cheers,
>       Simon
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