MassMesh is a volunteer-run grassroots project that aims to create community-owned wireless networks. These networks enable low cost, secure, censorship-resilient home Internet access. The purpose of this wiki is to provide you with all of the information you need to set up your own custom router and join the mesh.
Making positive change requires solidarity, so please consider joining us at one of our weekly meetings! Whether you are interested in installing a mesh node, joining our team of volunteers, requesting a demonstration, or even just having a conversation about mesh networks, we want to hear from you.
We have provided all of the information on this site for free because we care about the well-being of all of our communities.
Learn more about what we are doing using the links below.
- Volunteer Projects
- Here's what we're working on, and what we could use your help with!
- Contact and Meeting Info
- Information on how to get in touch with us online and in person.
- Network Architecture
- A broad overview of how our neighborhood networks are constructed, how we connect them to the Internet, and how they fit into the global Yggdrasil network.
- Node Setup
- A step-by-step guide to setting up your own mesh node, so that you can form a network with your neighbors.
- Neighborhood Captain Pamphlet
- Read here to learn about starting a network in your neighborhood.
- Browse the source code behind our firmware and Yggdrasil convenience tools.
- A list of our supported devices with their performance stats, costs, and setup tutorials.
- Tech Team Kanban
- See upcoming development work and find a place to jump in!
- Build Status
- Our firmware's CircleCI.
- Get our latest firmware and packages.
- Build infrastructure
- A description of our build infrastructure.