Friday, March 21, 2008
As testing continues ,we are happy to report over 600 media streams per 24 hours. Our team our group has successfully tested the media through our m0n0wall firewall, covered in an upcoming blog. We tested media reflectors,and will soon release details on how to setup your own media system and reflectors. m0n0wall rocks!
Thursday, March 20, 2008
After spending a grueling 4 months, the development guys roll out the media platform for streaming MP3's and Mpeg4 Videos. The new media distribution system has been tested now over 72 hours, days ahead of schedule. The project used simple Linux based reflectors placed within the mesh , could distribute media to the mesh clients. This gives mobile mesh a new media distribution system now tested and officially approved for use with the mobile mesh platform, released early this month.
Delivering 1000's of free media streams, Mobile Mesh will lead the world in delivering the first free media platform across universal global mesh platform.Testing was conducted on over 20 different products and several different platforms.
Friday, March 14, 2008
Adding several new servers. New reflector setup and tested on old cobalt raqs, refurbishing older hardware with needed technology. Green is developing the new media cluster system for his relationships in the media industry including AllSouthwest's Networks, AllTexas's Networks , and Total Records.
Green owns exclusive distribution rights from all media deployed, and will start pumping 1000 new artist online. The new servers and media partners are part of greens plan to populate the network with local media stations, using reflectors and media clusters, saving costs. The new cluster will also be available for SXSW media reproduction, and media streams from local artists.
The new network is redundant fed by AT&T and Time Warner. The move to our new servers is way overdue. The media server and reflector was the first step. We also added a new DNS server.
We chose a ISO based firewall, which is adding to the security, but creating security and a path to radius and our AAA standard. This will allow non mesh networks now to authenticate off the mesh, using the same radius system developed by Green 10 years ago for the ISP industry.
The whole package is coming together very nice and shows huge potential of millions of hits on our media side and thousands of mobile clients as we start lighting up Austin TX, one unit at a time.
Theo - Developer