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