I Am a Techie is happy to announce a post series on Wifi Mesh Networking. In the coming weeks we will be testing some of the major mesh firmwares and supporting software’s.

Wifi mesh networks consists of a collection of wireless routers which work together to provide wireless access to client devices. The mesh routers route packets from one router to another in order to reach destination. One of the major factor that helps us classify the routers available is the algorithm used for routing. Here is a simple wifi mesh network diagram.

Mainly two firmware are popular for mesh networking, meraki, and open mesh of which open mesh is best suitable for the time being mainly because of its cost.

By making an area wifi enabled will make you even call within the network free of cost using VOIP.

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Yogitha, loves to write, on just about anything. Realising her passion not too late in life, she managed to complete her Masters in Communication from Women's Christian College, Chennai. Currently, she works as a Technical Writer with Cognizant. A complete 'sitcom buff'', her current must see list has 'The Big Bang Theory' right on top!

3 comments on “Post Series Coming Soon – How to Create your own wifi mesh network?

  1. NathanaelB on said:

    Great! I’ll be watching your progress with the testing … it’ll probably be more systematic and thorough than the ad-hoc testing I’ve been doing with various Meraki devices and accessory antennaes.

    Nathanael Boehm
    Coordinator, Free Australia Wireless

  2. Its great, recalling my old theory classes. 😀

  3. Daihinia on said:

    There is another, much cheaper, alternative, when mesh nodes are the end user computers themselves. http://daihinia.com/about

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