The Berkeley Wireless System
The Berkeley Wireless System uses open source software and commodity hardware to construct a flexible, inexpensive wireless network. Based on OpenWRT and OpenVPN, the system aggregates wireless traffic from multiple WRT54G access points over layer 2 tunnels to a concentrator running on a Unix system. This traffic may then be passed through a captive portal system (such as Circe) or other authentication mechanism.
The system and this website are under active development.
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