Fieldtest

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Hexabus Fieldtest

When and where

The fieldtest takes place at the C3MA village at the Chaos Communication Camp 2011, see http://events.ccc.de/camp/2011/wiki/C3MA. You can drop by and we try to equip you with demo devices. If you have questions, feel free to send an email to *dalheimer.ät.itwm.fhg.de*.

Rules

Each participant will have the opportunity to work with the HexaBus devices (see below) and play around. Both soft- and hardware can be modified. Our goal is to identify problems before we do the full production run. In return, each participant will receive a HexaBus set -- official devices of the production run, no beta devices.

Please adhere to the following rules:

  • If you find a problem, please report it to the issue tracker. This is the only way for us to ensure that you get a nice and stable HexaBus.
  • If you think one of the wiki pages is ${incomplete|buggy|whatever}, don't hesitate to fix it.
  • If you want to hack away, please fork the repository and commit to your fork. If you feel that your code should be included in the official HexaBus repository, send a pull request.
  • If you want to modify hardware, talk to Mathias *before* opening/modifying/etc. We have already opened components, so please use them before opening a new one.
  • We have all kinds of tools with us. Please help us to make sure we take everything back home.
As a small on-site thank you, you can also rely on the flat white, espresso etc. provided by the ChaosCoffeeControl guys.

Hardware

We have

  • six Buffalo wifi routers WZR-HP-G300NH
  • n HexaBus Plugs
  • m Hexabususbsticks
Please don't install the wifi drivers on the routers - we are not allowed to set up our own wlan networks on site.

Each router is labeled `HBFT#`, where the # represents a number from 1 to 6.

Device MAC address
HBFT1 00:24:a5:da:f9:31
HBFT2 02:24:a5:da:f8:09
HBFT3 00:24:a5:da:fa:25
HBFT4 00:24:a5:da:f9:8a
HBFT5 00:24:a5:da:fa:07
HBFT6 00:24:a5:da:fb:30

Network

  • Each router has its own private 192.168.1.0/24 subnet. As described on the Getting Started page, the local subnet is configured with an [bbbb::0/64] IPv6 subnet.
  • The router's WAN interfaces are connected to a central switch, the subnets in use here are 10.23.42.0/24 and [babe::0/64].
  • The central switch is connected to an access router (Linksys WRT54G, supplied by Heckpiet), which routes to and from the internet. Also firewalling is done here - outgoing traffic is okay, incoming will be blocked.

packing list (for convenience reasons, this list is in german)

Stuff we bring (and intend to return):

  • Kabeltrommel (2x)
  • Mehrfachsteckdose (mehrer)
  • 16A CEE Verlängerung (rot) 5m
  • CEE/Schuko Adapter (2x)
  • Werkzeugtasche (DK)
    • Multimeter
    • Seitenschneider
    • Kombizange
    • Flachrundzange
    • Adernendhülsenzange
    • Cuttermesser
    • Flachrundzange (Elektronik)
    • Wiha Schraubendreher
      • PH1
      • PH2
      • 5.5
      • 4.5
      • 0.6
      • 0.4
    • Patchkabel
    • Kabelbinder
    • Duct Tape
    • Spiegelklebeband
    • Adernendhülsen
    • Wagoklemmen (2fach, 3fach, 5fach)
    • Stifte (Tinte, Permanent)
  • Werkzeugtasche (MD)
    • mega Kombizange
    • Elektronikseitenschneider
    • Seitenschneider
    • Knipex Abisolierzange
    • Wiha Schraubendreher
      • PH1
      • PH2
      • 5.5
      • 4.5
      • 0.6
      • 0.4
    • Multimeter
    • Cuttermesser
    • Wera Bitsatz
    • Crimpzange Kabelschuh
    • Duct Tape
    • Kabelbinder
  • Werkzeugtasche (DSO)
    • Agilent DSO
    • 2x Messspitze
    • Kaltgerätekabel
  • Buffalo Router (6x)
  • Drehstromverteiler
  • E27 Fassungen
  • Schukostecker
  • Leuchtmittel (20x)
  • Feuchtraumleuchtstoffwannenleuchten (4x)
  • Flukso (2x)
  • Chumby (2x)
  • Werkzeugkasten
    • Atmel JTAG ICE (2x)
    • Programmieradapter-Bausatz
    • USB-Hub (2x)
  • Brother PTouch & Bänder