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AREDN highly recommends upgrading to AREDN security release v3.21.4.0
For more information see the Latest Docs page

News


Meshoween is in a week!

Folks, next Saturday is Meshoween, where nasty packet storms strike terror into the most experienced ham network user :-)

Seriously, we'll be linking up big and small networks to see how our ham radio networks handle huge routing table broadcasts.

If you haven't yet updated your node(s) to nightly build 571 (or later), please seriously consider doing so.  It will  help your node fight off any scary packet storms!

Monitoring instructions will be promulgated a day or two prior to Meshoween.

Updated date: Saturday, October 23, 2021 - 17:31


It's Linktober!  "Meshoween" is coming :-)


We've found that as networks grow both in node count and complexity, it's almost inevitable that they'll suffer from a packet storm (or storms) eventually.

Now that the patch for mitigating those network packet storms has been rolled into an AREDN nightly build, we've decided that it's time to stress-test our network.  On October 30th (starting at say, 9 a.m. local time) we'll attempt to link as many networks together to see how the network behaves.  If you have a long-haul tunnel that you can bring up, feel free to do so.

HOWEVER, if you decide to participate in the test, or think you might be on a network that gets linked in, it's highly recommended that you update your node(s) to nightly build 571 or later to "inoculate" them against a possible incoming network storm.

Before October 30th, we'll provide a reminder and instructions on what to monitor during the test.
Thanks in advance for your consideration!  Please pass this along to your AREDN network neighbors.

Updated date: Monday, October 18, 2021 - 22:22

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Announcements


AE6XE on YouTube Hamfest 23 May 2020

Joe AE6XE described typical AREDN deployment scenarios with Han Radio 2.0 host Jason KC5HWB. He offered advice on how to get started and choosing suitable devices.
His presentation slide deck is here.


AREDN Radio Selection

Steve KC0EUW produced a short video to help you select the right AREDN mesh radio for your needs. He explains the use of the Supported Platform Matrix to verify the types of suitable devices. Steve then walks you through the types of operational situations you may encounter. He completes the selection process by using the Device Selection Spreadsheet created by Andre K6AH to make well-informed choices about radios that meet your requirements.

You can view Steve's video here.

Yuma Hamfest 2020 AREDN Update

Andre Hansen K6AH presented an update on the status of the AREDN Project at the Yuma Hamfest on Saturday, February 15, 2020 


19.07 Release Status Update

The upcoming release of many new devices, bug fixes, and capabilities still has a few issues being worked out:

1) The OpenWRT release that AREDN is based on, recently published another release candidate rc2, and there is a rc3 in the pipeline. This means we are still days/weeks away to see the OpenWRT official release.
2) There are 2 identified issues so far on Rocket M5 XW and Nanostation M5 XW devices still being worked.
3) Many models do not yet have any know testing to confirm all is working.

How can you help?   Check the status here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IyDD_gPC4LLtZGERDQhS8Ix7EDiNjK12/view?usp=sharing

If you have a device that has not yet been tested, please down load the image and give a try here:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Pm466OqLPTARUuh_ux3xSoD2123H5EOw?usp=sharing

Joe AE6XE


Call for Code 2019 Global Winner Announced

Prometeo was announced the Call for Code 2019 Global Winner on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at the award ceremony held in New York City. After intense judging from IBM, the David Clark Cause, the United Nations Human Rights Office, the American Red Cross, and other subject matter experts in the first round, the eminent judges ranked the five finalist teams and selected Prometeo as the winning solution.

Prometeo not only wins the 200,000 USD grand prize, but open source project support from The Linux Foundation, meetings with investors and mentors, and solution implementation support through IBM's Code and Response initiative. The team also won the People's Choice award on October 4, where thousands of voters chose Prometeo as their favorite solution.

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Call for Code Finalists Announced


#CallforCode 2019 five global finalists announced. Vote for your favorite #opensource tech solutions for natural disaster response and recovery. Pick the People's Choice Winner and get a chance to consult with a VC expert: ibm.biz/peoples-choice

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