Eric Tsai • about 2 months ago
On previous Hackdays, we had a communal wifi router using simple WPA2/PSK. It's the typical wifi security you'd use at home. This is to get around from having to use the corporate wifi system, since corporate wifi is sometimes harder to connect to on Pi's and wifi microcontrollers. It also cuts down on the number of routers that need physical connections. We'll have access to the DHCP server, so it's easy to figure out your IP. It'll help if you know your MAC addresses (both ethernet and wireless interfaces).
Only ground rule is that you have to avoid accidentally or intentionally accessing other team's devices, since we'll all be on the same LAN. The wifi/password will be posted the day of the event.
You're free to connect your own wifi router too if you need to.