[H-GEN] Testing wireless networking at Humbug meeting
david_j_findlay at yahoo.com.au
Thu Jan 31 22:58:50 EST 2002
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On Fri, 1 Feb 2002 13:49, you wrote:
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> HI All,
> Consider when a wireless mesh is running and one member then turns
> up to a Humbug meeting, and logs on through the UQ. Everyone will then
> have full Internet access, or am I missing something.
> Legally, then, per the Telecommonications Legislation, I believe,
> Humbug may be a telecommunications carrier, and need licencing.
That won't work, because the routing won't know about the route to the
network. Secondly mesh is on Ipv6 not v4. It would have to be a deliberate
set up to be able to have this problem.
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