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A nice snapshot of your wireless community network
Nodeshot is a web tool for wireless community network. It allows members to add their node and to share and manage information about their configurations like devices, ip addresses, wireless parameters etc. In this way, newcomers can easily contact/connect with them.
Internal scripts will update the topology and retrieve nodes information via snmp, or parsing routing information given by olsr, batman or whatever.
It is super-fast, nice and easy to use.
It rises from the ashes of WNMap (http://sourceforge.net/projects/wnmap/), powered by django (https://www.djangoproject.com/), released under GPLv3 and tested inside the Ninux wireless community network (http://wiki.ninux.org/).
If you want to do a quick install to play with nodeshot just follow this routine:
git clone git://github.com/ninuxorg/nodeshot.git mapserver cd mapserver pip install -r requirements.txt cp settings.example.py settings.py ./manage.py syncdb && ./manage.py collectstatic && ./manage.py runserver
Enjoy on http://localhost:8000/ ! Admin site is at http://localhost:8000/admin/
To install for production you'll need to install the python connectors for your database of choice (mysql-python or postgres_psycopg2), setup a virtual host in your web server and bind it to mod_wsgi.
For a complete installation guide please refer to installation guide available here: http://wiki.ninux.org/InstallNodeshot
If you have any question, please feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org