A good custom fw package is http://ff-firmware.sourceforge.net/

L. Aaron Kaplan wrote:
> As far as I am informed, the Athens wireless folks use a custom built  
> OLSR package for Microtik.
> I think I could put that onto the www.olsr.org page....
> 
> FYI: OLSR.org is proven to scale to at least 1000 nodes. We currently  
> estimate a few thousand nodes is possible with linksys 200MHz devices.  
> Tests between Freifunk and Funkfeuer cross connection showed that 1000  
> nodes work.
> 
> best,
> a.
> 
> 
> On Jun 19, 2009, at 5:28 AM, Butch Evans wrote:
> 
>> On Thu, 2009-06-18 at 22:19 -0400, Scott Carullo wrote:
>>> Butch, MT has some Mesh support built in now, I assume you have  
>>> tested it
>>> and / or helped others who may have deployed, whats your feedback on
>>> functionality and stability? Ready for real world deployment?
>> I've tested it in numerous configurations in a lab environment.
>> Configuration is quick and easy.  It works pretty well for small
>> deployments, but does not work well when a router has multiple  
>> wireless
>> interfaces that are part of the mesh.  If the configuration includes
> 
> 
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