[Cerowrt-devel] Open Source RRM & Hand-Over Optimization (WAS: Throughput regression with `tcp: refine TSO autosizing`)

Björn Smedman bs at anyfi.net
Tue Feb 3 05:13:54 EST 2015

On Tue, Feb 3, 2015 at 12:27 AM, David Lang <david at lang.hm> wrote:
> On Mon, 2 Feb 2015, Avery Pennarun wrote:
>> On Mon, Feb 2, 2015 at 11:44 AM, Björn Smedman <bs at anyfi.net> wrote:
>>> We've got an SDN-inspired architecture with 802.11 frame tunneling (a
>>> la CAPWAP), airtime fairness, infrastructure initiated hand-over,
>>> Opportunistic Key Caching (OKC), IEEE 802.11r Fast BSS Transition and
>>> a few more goodies. It's currently free as in beer
>>> (http://anyfi.net/software,
>>> https://github.com/carrierwrt/carrierwrt/pull/7 and
>>> http://www.anyfinetworks.com/download) up to 100 APs, but we're
>>> definitely going to open source in one form or another.
> Please keep in touch, when it is released open source I'd be very interested
> in trying it for SCaLE. I'll probably exceed your 100 radio free limit this
> year, and it's hard to justify using non-free code at a linux conference
> (not impossible, but not something I'm going to try to do 3 weeks before the
> show :-)

Will do. :)

> I'm doing social engineering to push people to the 5GHz network (SSID for 5G
> is scale, for 2.4 is scale-slow), it would be great to be able to do this
> directly. And better handoffs as people move around would be good.
> It would also be good if something like this could help identify gaps in
> coverage. If it can identify cases where users go from having coverage to
> poor connectivity to having coverage, we can manually investigate to see
> where in the building that is and see what we can do to fix it.

Both of those should be well within scope. :)

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