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[liberationtech] Rural Connectivity Assistance / Helping activists at Standing Rock
rguerra at privaterra.org
Fri Nov 4 20:53:32 PDT 2016
Many thanks to you and others who have replied to my original message.
Email: rguerra at privaterra.org
PGP Keys : https://keybase.io/rguerra
On 5 Nov 2016, at 1:02, Andrés Pacheco wrote:
> Check this fresh out of the oven!
> Regards | Saludos,
> Andrés Leopoldo Pacheco Sanfuentes
> <alps at acm.org>
>> On Nov 4, 2016, at 10:36 AM, John Ostrander <john at crackroot.org>
>> Hey Robert,
>> I might be able to help y'all out here; I've done loads of research
>> remote connectivity and mesh networking. If you can get me your rough
>> budget, and the scope (I.E. where, how permanent, how much bandwidth)
>> then I might be able to help point y'all in the right direction or at
>> least offer an additional perspective on how I'd solve this.
>> If you're in a big rush then I'd leave you with this. If it's just a
>> very temporary solution then you should look into standing up a mesh
>> using SOHO routers backed by a cell carrier's 4g usb modems, or local
>> WISPs. If it's more long term then you could look at standing up your
>> own proper WISP or wide area mesh with enterprise gear. Obviously the
>> later routes have a significantly higher capital investment.
>>> On 11/03/2016 10:39 PM, Robert Guerra wrote:
>>> Dear colleagues,
>>> A colleague is trying to help activists at standing rock with
>>> connectivity. Would appreciate any recommendations from folks on
>>> list that have experience setting up mobile hotspots in rural
>>> that I could put them in touch with .
>>> Really appreciate any recommendations so I can put folks in touch.
>>> Robert Guerra
>>> Twitter: twitter.com/netfreedom
>>> Email: rguerra at privaterra.org
>>> PGP Keys : https://keybase.io/rguerra
>> John M. Ostrander
>> john at crackroot.org
>> "Man is the measure of all things: of things which are, that they
>> and of things which are not, that they are not." Protagoras
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