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== Hardware ==
# Which hardware do we want to integrate? (Routers, Rasberri Pis, Smartphones, Laptops, Redlight transmitter, self built antennas, ukw sender/receiver, satellite uplink, Wifi enabled TVs also known as "Smart"TVs, [?])
#*precondition: hardware must support ad hoc mode (for the mesh) and/or(?) offer an AccessPoint (for Client Net)
# Which extra hardware is required? (wether resistant cases, cables, adapter, power supply)
#* What are the costs for the required parts?
#* For which hardware do we want to test EDN?
that has been found so far:
* openwrt supported Open Hardware Router: Linksys WRT54G, 4MB Flash, 16MB RAM, akutell Neukauf: 42€
** openwrt supported Raspberry Pis sind A,B (Ethernet 10/100) und B+ (ca. 30€ + 10€ Hülle) mit 256-512 MB RAM,CPU 700Mhz keinen Flashspeicher, Raspberry Pi 2 ist noch nicht bekannt, ob openwrt-fähig, bietet mehr Leistung zu gleichem Preis. 900MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU supported by 1GB LPDDR2 SDRAM
** Banana Pi Board 1GB RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, ARMv7 Processor, 40€ ohne Extras wie Hülle, Stromversorgungskabel, externer Datenträger
== Software ==
#'' Which Operating System do we want to put on the different hardware?'': '''Openwrt''' ([http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/start start], [http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/build build],[http://battlemesh.org/BattleMeshV7/Agenda?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=2014-05-17_wbmv7_DFS.pdf support of 5 GHz on DFS channels by openwrt]), dd-wrt, tomato, CyanogenMod, Replicant, Debian, [http://gluon.readthedocs.org/en/v2014.3/ Gluon](openwrt-based Freifunk Firmware)
#'' How many nodes do we want to install at least to have a realistic test field?''
# ''What exactly do we want to test?''
#'' Which Tools could be useful for testing?''
#* '''Wibed''' ([https://github.com/battlemesh/wibed github], [http://wiki.confine-project.eu/wibed:start project confine], [http://wiki.confine-project.eu/_media/wibed:wibed-7pages.pdf pdf])<br>"The Wireless testBed is a platform based on OpenWRT Linux to the easy and quick deployment of infrastructures to perform experiments (such as WiFi or routing). Among many other features WiBed allows:
#** The deployment of a testbed without ethernet cables
#** Use very cheap commodity hardware (AR71xx recomended such as TL-4300)
#**Perform experiments and manage the nodes from a central controller
#** Perform multiple experiments in paralel"(citation from github repository)
#* [https://github.com/openwrt/luci '''Luci'''] (OpenWrt Configuration (web)Interface)
#* [http://aircrack-ng.org/ '''Aircrack''' ]("In fact, Aircrack-ng is a set of tools for auditing wireless networks.")
#* [https://github.com/interop-dev/json-for-networks '''Json''']
#* '''?'''
#'' Where do we want to test?''
# ''How to manage the test infrastructure?(updating, setting parameters)''
#* that could also include secure updating which is a criteria of our system
# ''Under which criteria do we put the management of the testing infrastructure?''
#'' Which projects do we want to include?'' * CJDNS, GNUnet, BALL, Freenet....<br>-> limitation by ressources, starting with sequential testing according to the project's status, assistance by developers extremely helpful<br>
# ''What does '''BattleMesh''' already test by which means?''
* http://battlemesh.org/BattleMeshV7/Tests
* http://battlemesh.org/BattleMeshV6/ActualTests
* http://downloads.battlemesh.org/WBMv6/test_data/
* http://battlemesh.org/BattleMeshV3.1416/SpeedTest
== Testing Objectives ==
Which of these [https://wiki.c3d2.de/Echt_Dezentrales_Netz/en#Primary_Criteria criteria] are measurable?
# '''Performance'''
#* Several Routing protocols for messaging.
#* ... for telephone
# ?
# '''Pentesting''' (anonymity, encryption, ...see [https://wiki.c3d2.de/Echt_Dezentrales_Netz/AttackScenarios attack scenarios])
# '''Usability''' of the Gui(s)
# Proving that the implementation covers the formal specifications
# Testing of all components (unit test)
# Testing of the overall system (audit)