For more information about sudo room's systems in general, see Systems Administration
The sudo room network provides internal networking, internet access, wireless service, and some externally accessible devices or services. Information about the various devices in use and their configuration is available below.
If you wish to connect to the local mesh network peoplesopen.net, then you can either connect using the peoplesopen.net wifi network,
or you can connect using ethernet through the D-Link DIR-601A router on the shelf next to the main switch. Use DHCP to get a 10.0.0.0/8 IP address on the mesh network. The router will handle the meshing protocol for you and also provide you with normal Internet access.
Internet access is via saros, a rackmount server running Debian Stretch. If you follow the ethernet cable from the LMI modem through the patch panel, this is the first box connected to it.
Our public IP is 22.214.171.124 aka room.sudoroom.org.
This list may not be complete. Before choosing a static IP, please use ping or nmap to check it first.
By request, we can reserve an IP from the DHCP pool and/or forward ports for you. Please send the MAC address and/or desired ports to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wireless Access Points
All of the indoor wifi is being served up by TP-Link N750 routers modified for PoE running OpenWRT and configured as bridges with static IPs.