Daihinia™ is a tool for WiFi. It provides Multi-hop using the Ad-Hoc mode. Multi-hop Ad-Hoc networks offer a higher flexibility than Access Points because computers in Ad-Hoc mode are equal peers extending the range of the same network, and Daihinia forwards the traffic accordingly by using several hops when needed. Daihinia core is a system driver and all programs benefit automatically. (read more...)
We are planning some changes to the Overview page of Daihinia Control App, for the future release.
The old variant looked like below, and was asking interactive questions during the process:
We thought that some questions are not needed when you set up just a client computer, or doing a simple update, so the Overview tab may now look like this:
Which interface would you prefer to have, the old one with interactive questions after you clicked Proceed, or the new one, when two questions may be avoided beforehand, if your visit to Daihinia Control Application is of minor importance?
|Please switch to v1.7.9||
Unfortunately, many issues were reported in v1.7.13, we advice our users to revert to v1.7.9. Changes that were made in versions 1.7.11-1.7.13 on the driver side, were based on incomplete documentation from Microsoft, and turned out to be not working in many cases.
v1.7.9 is available on the update page.
v1.7.13 is available only on a beta status, see details on the beta release page (it is possible to use the driver from 1.7.9 and the benefits of the new control app from 1.7.13).
Sorry for the inconvenience, we hope that Microsoft will clear the ambiguities in their documentation in the future, and we could develop Daihinia with more confidence.
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