All across America, municipal and county governments are waking up to the hard economic truth of the digital divideand deciding to do something about it. They fear that if they do nothing, their communities will be left behind. Continuer la lecture de ISP Planet – Fixed Wireless – The Municipal WISP
J’avais commencé en utilisant le mini-forum de discussion disponible dans pMachine mais finalement il est vraiment trop limité. J’ai donc décidé d’essayer phpBB qui offre une version en français aussi… donc voilà, on repart de zéro!
Continuer la lecture de Les forums de discussion de retour
Trouvé sur Netstumbler.com, on y parle de modification des access point de LinkSys (WAP11):
[i]I have an Internet cafe in Hurghada, Red Sea, Egypt, with an expensive broadband satellite connection, located 1 km from my house. The roofs of both buildings have a clear line of sight between them. At home I was previously limited to a V.90 modem connection, and remote administration of the cyber cafe network was impossible.[/i] Continuer la lecture de 1km 802.11b link in Hurghada, EGYPT
Time Warner Cable sent some of its New York City cable-modem subscribers letters last week warning that operating wireless networks and inviting others to freely share them violated their subscription agreements. Continuer la lecture de NY Times – A Dispute Over Wireless Networks
Wireless community networks let everyone in town share a high-speed Internet connection. All you need is some inexpensive hardware and some good neighbors. Continuer la lecture de PC Magazine – Broadband Block Party