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- 1 General
- 2 Routing protocols
- 3 Router
- 4 Projects
- 5 Stacks
- 6 Mapping
- 7 Darknet
- 8 Other
See also Open social
- How to Keep the NSA Out of Your Computer 
- YouTube: Building Dissent Networks (FOCI 2013)
- Hype SDK - creates peer-to-peer mesh networks between nearby devices, even without Internet
- libp2p - A modular network stack. Run your network applications free from runtime and address services, independently of their location.
- Yjs - a framework for offline-first p2p shared editing on structured data like text, richtext, json, or XML. It is fairly easy to get started, as Yjs hides most of the complexity of concurrent editing.
- https://github.com/Tribler/py-ipv8 - IPv8: an amalgamation of peer-to-peer communication functionality from Dispersy and Tribler, developed over the last 13 years by students and employees of the Delft University of Technology. The IPv8 library allows you to interface with the existing Dispersy network to build your own applications.
- TomP2P - a DHT with additional features, such as storing multiple values for a key. Each peer has a table (either disk-based or memory-based) to store its values. A single value can be queried / updated with a secondary key. The underlying communication framework uses Java NIO to handle many concurrent connections.
- https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/ - a decent(ralised) secure gossip platform
- Beaker - Peer-to-peer Web browser. No blockchain required.
- ZeroTier - Radically simplify your network with a virtual networking layer that works the same everywhere.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peer_Name_Resolution_Protocol - a peer-to-peer protocol designed by Microsoft. PNRP enables dynamic name publication and resolution, and requires IPv6. PNRP is a distributed name resolution protocol allowing Internet hosts to publish "peer names" and corresponding IPv6 addresses and optionally other information. Other hosts can then resolve the peer name, retrieve the corresponding addresses and other information, and establish peer-to-peer connections.
- PNRP Namespace Provider API (Windows)
- Peer Name Resolution Protocol | Microsoft Docs
Destination-Sequenced Distance-Vector Routing (DSDV) is a table-driven routing scheme for ad hoc mobile networks based on the Bellman–Ford algorithm. It was developed by C. Perkins and P.Bhagwat in 1994. The main contribution of the algorithm was to solve the routing loop problem. Each entry in the routing table contains a sequence number, the sequence numbers are generally even if a link is present; else, an odd number is used. The number is generated by the destination, and the emitter needs to send out the next update with this number. Routing information is distributed between nodes by sending full dumps infrequently and smaller incremental updates more frequently.
It is a reactive routing protocol, meaning that it establishes a route to a destination only on demand. In contrast, the most common routing protocols of the Internet are proactive, meaning they find routing paths independently of the usage of the paths. AODV is, as the name indicates, a distance-vector routing protocol. AODV avoids the counting-to-infinity problem of other distance-vector protocols by using sequence numbers on route updates, a technique pioneered by DSDV. AODV is capable of both unicast and multicast routing.
- Bmx6 is a routing protocol for Linux based operating systems.
Babel is based on the ideas in Destination-Sequenced Distance Vector routing (DSDV), Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector Routing (AODV), and Cisco's Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), but it uses a variant of Expected Transmission Count (ETX) link cost estimation rather than a simple hop-count metric. It employs several techniques to ensure the absence of routing pathologies, such as routing loops. Babel operates on IPv4 and IPv6 networks. It has been reported to be a robust protocol and to have fast convergence properties.
Two implementations of Babel are freely available: the standalone sample implementation, and a version that is integrated into the Quagga routing suite. The version integrated into Quagga allows for authentication.
- https://www.open-mesh.org/projects/batman-adv/wiki/DistributedArpTable-technical - a Distributed Hash Table aimed to store ARP entries and to allow nodes to perform fast lookup operations. All the operations in the DHT (get and store) are performed on a set of nodes computed by means of a distributed hash function which input value is an IPv4 address.
- arXiv.org: [0705.0817 Quantum Shortest Path Netsukuku] - This document describes the QSPN, the routing discovery algorithm used by Netsukuku. Through a deductive analysis the main proprieties of the QSPN are shown. Moreover, a second version of the algorithm, is presented.
- Wanderlust - A Worldwide Network with Distributed Routing through Location Swapping
- nodewatcher centralized network monitoring platform
- Free Networks volunteer cooperative association
- Nodecity - thing with trust metric
- US Navy: Networks and Communication Systems Branch
- http://piratepad.net/new-intranets - old skool pad
- Gluon - a modular framework for creating OpenWrt-based firmwares for wireless mesh nodes. Several Freifunk communities in Germany use Gluon as the foundation of their Freifunk firmwares.
- CUWiN 802.11b networks
- guifi.net - European, 17,905 nodes! protocols
- ninux.org is a Wireless Network Community in Italy. OLSR
Project Mesh Net
- http://developer.servalproject.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=content:tech:mdp - Mesh Datagram Protocol (MDP)
- http://developer.servalproject.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=content:tech:vomp - Voice over Mesh Protocol (VoMP)
- Bridgefy - a developer-friendly SDK that can be easily integrated into Android and iOS mobile apps to make them work without Internet. Companies increase engagement by letting people use their apps when they previously couldn't.
- FreedomBox - designed to be your own inexpensive server at home. It runs free software and offers an increasing number of services ranging from a calendar or jabber server to a wiki or VPN. Our web interface allows you to easily install and configure your apps. Be your own host!
- https://github.com/jadedanemone/freedombone - A home internet server configuration for the BeagleBone Black, Raspberry Pi or Cubieboard. With Freedombone you can enjoy true freedom and independence in the cloud. It comes in a variety of flavours.
- Stack#Ansible - basic services
- arkOS is a system for securely self-hosting your online life from the comfort of your home.
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AnoNet - anoNet is a decentralized friend-to-friend network built using VPNs and software BGP routers. anoNet works by making it difficult to learn the identities of others on the network allowing them to anonymously host IPv4 and IPv6 services.