Daihinia is a tool for WiFi. It provides Multi-hop using the Ad-Hoc mode. Computers in Ad-Hoc mode are connected directly to each other, and Daihinia forwards the traffic by automatically finding paths via intermediate computers, thus extending the range of the network as in the picture on the left. Daihinia core is a system driver and all software benefits automatically; it works like any other LAN, with the advantage that you don't have the hassle with cables and switches. (read more...)
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