Jim Forster | 23 Jan 19:55 2010
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Fwd: Quagga on AirOS for Haiti?



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From: Steve Okay <steve <at> inveneo.org>
Date: January 23, 2010 10:30:50 AM PST
To: Trainers at WirelessU <trainers <at> lists.wirelessu.org>
Subject: [Trainers] Fwd: Need contact at Ubiquiti for Haiti Networks
Reply-To: Trainers at WirelessU <trainers <at> lists.wirelessu.org>

Dear All,
Perhaps someone could help with this ?
Mark and Andris from Inveneo are in Haiti at the moment working with NetHope and CHF to bring connectivity to other NGOs there who have either arrived as part of the relief effort or had their connectivity destroyed in
the earthquake.

If you have Quagga running on a Bullet5 or know a project/firmware version that does, please let us know.
Please respond to me here or <haiti <at> inveneo.org>

Thanks so much!

-----Steve

On 23 Jan 2010, at 10:08, Wayan Vota | Inveneo wrote:

> Guys,
>
> Per a request from Mark/Andris, I'm leading a team at Crisis Camp to hack the Ubiquti Bullet 5 routing protocol to build larger networks in Haiti without the need to add more equipment to the network.
>
> Our goal: we need to get Quagga working on the Ubiquiti AirOS firmware.
>
> To do this, we need access to a Ubiquiti techie who can help us with that and, if they don't have Quagga, a login to a dummy airos 5 configuration webpage so we can test on it.
>
> Anyone we know at Ubiquti who is around/online on Sat?
>
> Wayan
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Roland Jankowski | 23 Jan 20:17 2010

Re: Fwd: Quagga on AirOS for Haiti?


Jim Forster wrote:
>>
>> Dear All,
>> Perhaps someone could help with this ?
>> Mark and Andris from Inveneo are in Haiti at the moment working with NetHope and CHF to bring connectivity
to other NGOs there who have either arrived as part of the relief effort or had their connectivity
destroyed in
>> the earthquake. 
>>
>> If you have Quagga running on a Bullet5 or know a project/firmware version that does, please let us know. 
>> Please respond to me here or <haiti <at> inveneo.org>

hi,

openwrt [1] embedded linux distribution runs fine and is easy to flash
on the ubiquiti bullet5 - look at this documantation [3]

current quagga release is 0.98.6 on openwrt

for meshed wifi networks it worth to take a look at olsr [3] routing
protocol wich is more appropriate to wireless networks and easier to
deploy than bgp/ospf.

hope that helps, ask if you need more details
best wishes

Roland Jankowski

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[1] http://openwrt.org
[2] http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/ubiquity/nanostation
[3] http://olsr.org
Richard Lussier ISF | 23 Jan 22:11 2010

Re: Fwd: Quagga on AirOS for Haiti?


Roland Jankowski wrote:
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> Jim Forster wrote:
>   
>>> Dear All,
>>> Perhaps someone could help with this ?
>>> Mark and Andris from Inveneo are in Haiti at the moment working with NetHope and CHF to bring
connectivity to other NGOs there who have either arrived as part of the relief effort or had their
connectivity destroyed in
>>> the earthquake. 
>>>
>>> If you have Quagga running on a Bullet5 or know a project/firmware version that does, please let us know. 
>>> Please respond to me here or <haiti <at> inveneo.org>
>>>       
>
> hi,
>
> openwrt [1] embedded linux distribution runs fine and is easy to flash
> on the ubiquiti bullet5 - look at this documantation [3]
>
> current quagga release is 0.98.6 on openwrt
>
> for meshed wifi networks it worth to take a look at olsr [3] routing
> protocol wich is more appropriate to wireless networks and easier to
> deploy than bgp/ospf.
>   
It is worth to see with Antonio Anselmi at ROBIN project if he could 
integrate quagga in his firmware.
ROBIN is quite stable and install easy on Bullet devices...
Richard
>
> hope that helps, ask if you need more details
> best wishes
>
> Roland Jankowski
>
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> [1] http://openwrt.org
> [2] http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/ubiquity/nanostation
> [3] http://olsr.org
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