[Chugalug] Road Server Project

Stephen Kraus ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 4 14:21:57 UTC 2013


Rasberry Pi can make a decent router so its entirely possible.
On Oct 4, 2013 10:14 AM, "Mike Harrison" <cluon at geeklabs.com> wrote:

>
> Nancy and I bought a new RV yesterday, the next project will be turning
> a netbook/notebook into an access device and server.
>
> My goal is that it'd provide a consistent Wifi interface and network
> inside of the RV for a tablet/phone and a couple of laptops.
> I've been collecting gear including a high range wifi antenna (a
> directional and an omni) - the goal is to merge a combination of WiFi
> that I can suck (legally and with permission) and one (or more)
> cell uplinks.
>
> I've done some googling, and found some commercial "all in one" boxes for
> this, but me, being me, would love to roll my own on Linux.
>
> My questions for the group:
>
>   Am I insane? (probably)
>
>   Is this a Raspberry Pi-ish project (That might be fun)
>
>   Anyone seen any magic for managing multiple changing upstream
> connections or am I having fun with iptables and routeing commands via some
> perl scripts (which I know how to do..)?  It's been a while since I did
> these types of things.
>
> --Mike--
>
>
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