Makenode (v.0.2.3 and earlier) == '''''Note: If you installed autoconfiguring [https://github.com/sudomesh/sudowrt-firmware/releases/tag/0.3.0 release 0.3.0] for myNet N600 routers, you do not need to use makenode. See the autoconf instructions above.''''' Makenode's documentation has been consolidated to [[Mesh/Makenode|its page.]] = Testing =
After you're finished with the flashing and configuration, your home node should be available for connections via your private WiFi SSID. Additionally the public SSID 'peoplesopen.net' will be available. It should also be populated on the [https://peoplesopen.herokuapp.com monitor]!
A third interface named 'pplsopen.net-node2node' will be detectable as well. This is the interface used for the nodes to mesh with each other.
At this point you're setup.
For more information on using your node, such as accessing the web-based management interface, see [[ Home and extender nodes# Home_nodes| Home node info]]
For more technical details on the internals of the home node, see the [ [Mesh/ Technical_Overview]]
For more in depth testing procedures, see our [https://github.com/sudomesh/babeld-lab/blob/master/operator_manual.md mesh node operator's manual]. = Troubleshooting = If you get the error "no such file or directory", open a new terminal and run this command to ensure that <tt>node</ tt> points to your NodeJS executable: sudo ln -s nodejs node In the new terminal, return to the 'makenode' source code directory and try again: npm install . /makenode.js
= Flashing TP-Link Routers =