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Aggregate Free Wi-Fi using Debian

A new device dubbed the Slurpr proposes to aggregate bandwidth from up to six Wi-Fi networks into a single, very wide pipe, based on Debian
Read about it at Digital Trends

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The box runs Debian Linux, sports a MIPS embedded processor, wired Ethernet, 64 MB of RAM, 128 MB of onboard flash memory, 4 GB Compact Flash card, and six MiniPCI slots sporting Senao/Engenius 5354MP Wi-Fi cards using the Atheros AR5213 chipset.

The idea is that the box can transparently connect to available Wi-Fi networks and offer its user all the available bandwidth as a single connection.

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