Kenneth Finnegan W6KWF talks to us about building internets (separate from “The Internet”) to support communication in Ham Radio Activities such as Emergencies and Field Day, without radios.
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Discussion of the network stack jumped quickly from the physical layer to the application layer. What about DNS in a small-i internet system? If we go with local, web-based apps, don't the users need a familiar way to address them? Or do we just punt and make everyone use dotted quads? Surely we don't want to have everyone download a special .hosts file to their laptops and phones?
Great episode. Agree with comment above about DNS. Wanted to know if there is a user guide for BlackFlower??
TROY E DAVIS
Also, Kenneth, have you thought about building a Linux image (RPi image?) for EmComm with BlackFlower, Mattermost, etc? Everything you need in a box?
After several days I actually finished the podcast. The topic of making your own network reminds me of what we did in the industrial world.
I am a new ham, and relatively new to the podcast (this is my second episode).
When talking about printing, if you look at FEMA 100,200,700,800 and the forms that are to be used they are all paper. A great reason to have access to a printer :)
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