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by ruslany

Combining two districts into a single communication line using a virtual router RAD96

Good afternoon!

Today I am ready to present you my newest achievement: a united communication line between the two districts. This was achieved by the most complex works of many hours of programming the Compositor operating system. As a result, I have a full-fledged communication line with a data center in one area and a hub in another. The communication line serves the houses of two streets with a crossing over the border highway. This is the local success of quantum radio, where in the absence of a normal internet connection, any non-routable corner can be routed.

How is the communication line arranged?

By issuing tokens, it is possible to create a multi-channel connection to the hubs and miners of the area. An end-to-end application in a district data center issues a token for access to a hub in another district. The token is one-time and cannot be re-issued (hence NFT). At the time of organization, the link maintains a connection to all UNIX machines in the outer region. The token is cross-compatible between Windows and Mac platforms. Simultaneous two-way connection to all machines is achieved with a minimum communication channel delay (less than 2 ms). Thus, the machines of the two regions are combined into a single VLAN.

For more information on how this became possible, see the presentation:

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About ruslany
Ruslan Yusipov is the artist and entrepreneur with his own vision of software industry. Ruslan’s passion to new explorations gives plethora of results in MaxMSP programming. He brings the home to Compositor Software, implementing the software for controlling any PC or Mac system. This software not only turns your regular PC or Mac into a server, it actively scans the Ethernet, which your system is connected to. One of the achievements of Ruslan Yusipov as software developer is MDL12 vSwitch technology. It helps to get routing tables from the Ethernet, making possible MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) connections.
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Combining two districts into a single communication line using a virtual router RAD96