Posts with Tag: networking

Comcast xFI Advanced Security weirdness

So I'm doing a bit of traveling around and wanted to work on this blog. I have it hosted on a comput ...

Setting up a RightMesh Superpeer

As you may know from our whitepaper — RightMesh uses the concept of a superpeer. This node is one wh ...

p2p is Missing the Piece That Will Enable Full Decentralization

After having freshly attended the Blockchain Conference in Santa Monica / Los Angeles I am freshly e ...

The State of Connectivity in Canada’s Remote Communities

Previously, you might recall — I did a piece reviewing the [state of connectivity in Guatemala](/pos ...

The First True Peer-to-Peer (p2p) network: The Mobile Mesh

The majority of people in the world have a smartphone. A phone comparable to ones we use in North Am ...

One Year in — our mobile mesh platform is taking shape

I’ve almost officially been at [Left](http://left.io/) for a year — where I’ve been working on conne ...

L2TP IPSEC VPN on Ubuntu 16.04

So for work, we use an LT2P IPSEC vpn which works simple and easily with both Android and Windows 10 ...

Real Mesh Networking and Limitations of Opportunistic Delay Tolerance, Hastily Stitched Together Tech

There's quite a few apps and companies working on "wireless mesh" networks. However, very few are bu ...

Turning a netgear r7000 into an augmented traffic control router

At work we're developing apps that are being used in developing countries and half of the office wor ...

Favourite Yo! Features From Fresh Eyes

After being a part of the team working on [Yo!](http://www.yo.com/) for almost a month I’ve had some ...

The next adventure — connecting the next billion people

As some of you who know me closely know — Tom and I have moved onto new things from Redtree. It was ...

Ubuntu / Raspian / Rapsberry Pi Connection Problems

So today I was messing around with a Raspberry Pi using Raspian. It turns out if you have an etherne ...

Ubuntu: Script to Check Internet Connection and Repair

At school there are a set of laptops which I occasionally run experiments on for my research. I usua ...

Updated DNS Zone Update tool for Hostmonster

A couple years ago I posted a slightly modified script for hostmonster to update the dns zone entrie ...

Notes on NS3 - IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi Association

For some of my research I have been delving into the details on how exactly station devices in an IE ...

Hostmonster auto update IP address of subdomain

With my Hostmonster account, I host this website with my www.jasonernst.com domain, but I also have ...

Creating a Bluetooth Access point (NAP) in Ubuntu 11.10

A Bluetooth Network Access Point (NAP) is similar to a Wi-Fi access point. In this case, we will be ...

Aircrack suite + Ubuntu 11.10 problems with monitor mode channel

Recently I have been playing around with the aircrack suite and in particular the aireplay-ng tool. ...

Upcoming PhD QE Progress

So I've been doing my PhD for over two years now, and I haven't posted a reflective "state of the th ...

Why Blanket Wireless Coverage in Waterloo Failed, and Potential Solutions

Today the KW Record ran an article entitled <a href="http://www.therecord.com/news/local/article/567 ...

Tutorial: sockets - 3 ways to listen

As you may know, I have been ta-ing a course in operating systems. We just finished covering sockets ...

Points to consider for Usage Based Billing (UBB) in Canada

While I make no claims to understand the economics of the agreements between ISPs for forwarding tra ...

Ubuntu 10.04, BB Storm 9530 Tethering

Some quick instructions on how to tether the Blackberry Storm 9530 in Ubuntu 10.04. (Tethering is fo ...

BWCCA 2010 - Adaptive Mixed Bias Resource Allocation for Wireless Mesh Networks

Today I presented a recent paper on "Adaptive Mixed Bias Resource Allocation for Wireless Mesh Netwo ...

Research Day - Summer 2010

Tomorrow I present at Research Day at University of Guelph at 1:30pm. Here is the abstract for the p ...

ANN for Wireless Network Applications

This semester I have been taking a soft computing course. We have covered fuzzy logic and are starti ...

Second Beginning at Guelph &amp; September Conferences in Ontario!

This month I start for the second time at the University of Guelph, this time for my Ph.D. degree. I ...

AINA 2009 Conference Presentation

This past week I travelled to the UK to present at my first International Conference - Advanced Info ...

Thesis Defense a Success!

Last Friday I successfully defended my thesis at Guelph. The room was full with lots of friends, stu ...

PerWin Research Group @ the University of Guelph

Today I completed the listing page for all of the presentations our research group PerWin at the Uni ...

Ten Practical Applications of Wireless Networks

Wireless Networks have become very popular in recent years and research in the area is very active. ...

Fair Scheduling & Load Balancing in WMN

My research is becoming more focused as of late towards the area of fair scheduling and load balanci ...

Java Discrete Event Driven Simulation

Recently in my Networks course at Guelph they had us create an event-driven discrete simulation to m ...

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