Slax router is a linux distrubution dedicated as router system. It's include some router/server packages: hostapd, iproute2, bind, dhcpd, openssh, quagga, proftpd, squid, openvpn, webmin and some net tools: nmap, tracroute, arping... etc.
DSR-UU is an implementation of the Dynamic Source Routing protocol that runs in the Linux kernel or in the ns-2 network simulator. It was originally created at Uppsala University, hence the UU.
Web interface written in php for ISC bind and ISC dhcp configuration and administration. It keeps it's own database containing general dns and dhcp information and information about subnets, hosts etc. Configures DNS, DHCP, firewalls, RADIUS servers..
GRAIL Real Time Location Service (RTLS)
JRemoteControl is a simple Java™ driven bluetooth remote control.It allows you to initiate virtually any task on your PC from a J2ME enabled device.Default configuration supports mplayer on Win and Linux platform.Additional packages are available too.
Amateur Radio AX.25 chat and PBBS program using Linux's AX.25 stack
A modular console-oriented amateur radio AX.25 keyboard to keyboard chat and PBBS program using Linux's AX.25 stack. Includes support for multiple concurrent connected sessions, a unconnected (UI) message screen, and an automated packet message client
NoCatSplash: a captive portal implementation in C
RUNES is a cross-platform, component-based middleware framework allowing for dynamic reconfiguration of functionality. Its lightweight implementation spans powerful nodes like PDAs and PCs, as well as tiny embedded devices.
Simple and easy to use program that helps configuring the network interfaces, allows to have multiple configurations for the same computer and to easy configure NAT for internet sharing.
Create your own hotspot and share your internet connection!
Create your own hotspot using your laptop/desktop running Windows and share your internet connection!
A c# library wrapping native Windows wlan api (wlanapi.dll)
This was my small project I did while learning P/Invoke in C#. I am aiming to wrap whole wlanapi.dll (native Windows Wi-Fi API) in easy to use C# library. As for now there is a set of classes to use Hosted Access Point. As this is my first project I decided to publish, any pointers, advice or constructive criticism is welcome.
software to capture 802.15.4 packages from the air and show all frames decoded with ZigBee Pro specification. chipcon cc2420 board is supported, loading Daintree and Chipcon capture files. Linux and windows are tested to built.
CAMA (Context-Aware Mobile Agents) is a middleware for supporting mobile agents coordination. It is based on Linda-style coordination and provides numerous extentions for interoperability and fault-tolerance. It supports portable platforms such as PDAs.
Campus Ubicuo es un proyecto que se basa en el uso de los nuevos dispositivos portátiles para ofrecer a los usuarios movilidad en un Campus por medio de servicios telemáticos avanzados sobre tecnologías inalámbricas implementados con Sw Libre
Batch script based to mange hosted network for virtual WiFi
Manage the Virtual WiFi, based on Hosted network of Microsoft Windows(R) whose hosted network feature.
a small Win32 software to monitor who uses your WIFI
A command-line windows application to manage wireless network connections, cards and profiles. Connect to WLANs, query for RSSI, stadistics... It can be used as an example of how to use Microsoft Native Wifi API dlls from any ANSI C compatible IDE
The GTK ACX Tool displays the status of the Texas Instruments (TI) ACX100 IEEE 802.11 driver.
Mesh Network for low powered radios
This repo provides open-source code for mesh network with just 8-byte network overhead! All common mesh networking features are included; see the details below at my wiki site. More details can be found here: http://www.socialledge.com/sjsu/index.php?title=Low_Powered_Mesh_Network_stack Out of the box, any radio is supported as you just have to provide the following functions : * Radio init() * Radio send() * Radio receive() * Application receive() As long as mesh_service() function is called periodically, your mesh network should be fully functional. Also provided is the sample code for nordic low powered radio.
Simple Wireless is a C++ library that provides simple wireless networking functions for Arduino boards, using many inexpensive radio modules. Simple Wireless uses the Virtual Wire library (by Mike McCauley) as the physical layer.
Turn any Windows 7/8 System into a WiFi hotspot
NEW: 1.0rc1 Released! Coming in 1.1 - Automated configuration of ICS - Bridge mode configuration that allows for extending an existing wireless network - Configuration GUI (maybe) This configuration tool and simple windows service aide in turning any Windows 7/8 system into a persistent WiFi hotspot. in 1.0, you must still manually configure ICS (see the readme file included in the install for detailed instruction on doing so) Requirements: - A windows 7 or 8 system with a connection to the internet (cabled or WiFi) - A wireless adapter (can use the same adapter that is connected to the internet, works with USB WiFi cards as well) - .Net Framework 4.0 - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17851
Getwifi allows Linux users to join wireless networks easily by joining available networks in an order specified by the user. Getwifi is configured using a single file which specifies networks, optional WEP keys, and the order in which to join networks.
Kismet GUI written in Qt
CIITIX-WiFi is a turnkey solution to your WiFi hotspot needs. Built onto the rock solid stable debian linux, setting up a secure (TTLS) WiFi hotspot is just minutes away. Note: We are in process of migration to sf.net. Thanks for your support.
Cooperative Retransmissions Through Collisions
Interference in wireless networks is one of the key capacity-limiting factors. Recently developed interference-embracing techniques show promising performance on turning collisions into useful transmissions. However, the interference-embracing techniques are hard to apply in practical applications due to their strict requirements. In this paper, we consider utilising the interference-embracing techniques in a common scenario of two interfering sender-receiver pairs. By employing opportunistic listening and analog network coding (ANC), we show that compared to traditional ARQ retransmission, a higher retransmission throughput can be achieved by allowing two interfering senders to cooperatively retransmit selected lost packets at the same time. This simultaneous retransmission is facilitated by a simple handshaking procedure without introducing additional overhead. Simulation results demonstrate the superior performance of the proposed cooperative retransmission.