|Deployed on||SOWN(at)HOME Node|
|Was deployed on|
OpenWRT is the operating system which forms the base of the SOWN firmware.
When OpenWRT first boots, it's IP is set to 192.168.1.1 (netmask 255.255.255.0), and only telnet and not SSH is enabled. Telnet into 192.168.1.1 and set the root password using 'passwd', this will disable telnet and enable SSH.
Now set OpenWRT to have an IP address which is visible from 'sown-auth'. For updating nodes, this should be '10.13.0.1'.
Use 'vi' to edit '/etc/config/network' so that it looks as follows:
# Copyright (C) 2006 OpenWrt.org config interface loopback option ifname lo option proto static option ipaddr 127.0.0.1 option netmask 255.0.0.0 config interface lan option ifname eth0 option proto static option ipaddr 10.13.0.1 option netmask 255.255.255.0
All development is focussed on Kamikaze and they have an 'official' 7.09 release now.
"All of these platforms are based on 2.6 kernels with the exception of Broadcom".
- atheros-2.6 - Fon Fonera, Ubiquiti LiteStation 2/5, Ubiquiti PowerStation2, Atheros AR231x/AR5312 based devices.
- au1000-2.6 - Access/Meshcube (aka 4G Systems MTX-1)
- brcm-2.4 - Broadcom devices requiring Broadcom wifi (everyone migrating from Whiterussian)
- brcm47xx-2.6 - Netgear WGT634U, Broadcom Devices without Broadcom wifi (you can use this instead of brcm-2.4 but wifi won't work)
- ixp4xx-2.6 - Adi Engineering Pronghorn Metro, Compex NP18A, Compex WP18, Gateworks Avila, Iomega StorCenter, Linksys NSLU2 (NSLU2 avaiable via http://www.slug-firmware.net/)
- magicbox-2.6 - Magicbox v1.1 / v2.0
- rb532-2.6 - Mikrotik RouterBoard 532
- x86-2.6 - x86 based devices (eg. WRAP)
Looking in the files, it appears that 2.4 => 2.4.34, and that 2.6 => 184.108.40.206
2.6.4+ is required for IPv6 etc. Apparently 2.6.21 is bad - good job it's not that!
More discussion on Atheros
IPv6 Packages (filtered from http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/7.06/atheros-2.6/packages/Packages)
|6tunnel||IPv4 / IPv6 tunnel proxy|
|aiccu||SixXS Automatic IPv6 Connectivity Client Utility|
|avahi-dnsconfd||An Unicast DNS server from mDNS/DNS-SD configuration daemon||An mDNS/DNS-SD (aka RendezVous/Bonjour/ZeroConf) implementation (library).
Avahi is a system which facilitates service discovery on a local network -- this means that you can plug your laptop or computer into a network and instantly be able to view other people who you can chat with, find printers to print to or find files being shared. This kind of technology is already found in MacOS X (branded 'Rendezvous', 'Bonjour' and sometimes 'ZeroConf') and is very convenient. This package contains an Unicast DNS server from mDNS/DNS-SD configuration daemon, which may be used to configure conventional DNS servers using mDNS in a DHCP-like fashion. Especially useful on IPv6.
|dhcp6-client||IPv6 DHCP client|
|dhcp6-server||IPv6 DHCP server|
|dibbler-client||Dibbler||a portable DHCPv6 implementation (client)|
|dibbler-relay||Dibbler||a portable DHCPv6 implementation (relay)|
|dibbler-server||Dibbler||a portable DHCPv6 implementation (server)|
|ip6tables||IPv6 firewall administration tool|
|kmod-ip6tables||IPv6 modules||Netfilter IPv6 firewalling support|
|kmod-ipsec6||IPsec related modules (IPv6)|| Kernel modules for IPsec support in IPv6.
Includes: - ah6 - esp6 - ipcomp6 - xfrm6_tunnel
|kmod-ipsec||IPsec related modules (IPv4 and IPv6)|| Kernel modules for IPsec support in both IPv4 and IPv6.
Includes: - af_key - xfrm_user
|kmod-ipv6||IPv6 support||Kernel modules for IPv6 support|
|miredo-client||Teredo (IPv6 tunneling over UDP through NAT) client and relay daemon|
|miredo-server||Teredo (IPv6 tunneling over UDP through NAT) server daemon|
|mrd6||IPv6 multicast routing daemon|| Multicast is becoming a major component in next generation
networks, used in several scenarios, from video broadcasting to multimedia conferencing. In order to be implemented, new technology needs supporting hardware and software across a set of devices and systems. MRD6 is an implementation of a modular IPv6 Multicast Routing Framework for the Linux operating system and provides MLDv2 (as well as MLDv1), PIM-SM and MBGP support.
|ndisc6||An ICMPv6 neighbour discovery tool|
|ptrtd||Portable Transport Relay Translator Daemon|| The Portable Transport Relay Translator Daemon (pTRTd)
is a method of allowing IPv6 hosts to communicate with IPv4 hosts.
|radvd||IPv6 Routing Advertisement Daemon|
|rdisc6||An ICMPv6 router discovery tool|
|tcptraceroute6||A TCP/IPv6-based traceroute implementation|
|totd||Small DNS proxy that supports IPv6/IPv4 record translation
totd is a small DNS proxy nameserver which supports IPv6 and enable IPv6 only sites to access IPv4 sites by using some translation mechanism such as NAT-PT, KAME faith, etc...
|tspc||Client for Hexago's (Freenet6's) IPv6 service
Client to configure an IPv6 tunnel to Hexago's (Freenet6's) migration broker.