[Berlin-wireless] Freimap Eclipse / GMF port
Do Aug 20 13:40:39 CEST 2009
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sagiea at bgu.ac.il schrieb:
> On Wed, 2009-08-12 at 19:08 +0200, Jo-Philipp Wich wrote:
>> > Another issue involves remote node interaction. I've been working on
>> > implementing an SSH channel, providing an integrated node shell as well
>> > as more advanced features such as issuing commands via ssh for multiple
>> > selected nodes simultaneously & having graphical feedback from commands
>> > such as 'traceroute' show on map. There is the question of how to
>> > combine the functionality available through the the freifunk web
>> > interface - currently all luci-backed interaction is available through
>> > the integrated webbrowser but if future direct (ssh tunneled?) upnp
>> > interaction is sought this won't be enough...
>> Can you provide some examples where the provided interfaces are not
>> sufficient? Do you interact with the web ui or with the json-rpc interface?
> i didn't mean to say any interfaces are lacking - i was referring to the
> use of the internal web browser to access these web ui functions. i've
> yet to implement any remote interaction via json-rpc but tunneling these
> calls through a secure protocol is probable the next step to automate
> this type of interaction.
afaik there is https support in recent versions of ff-kamikaze firmware.
>> Maybe we can implement some more actions in the rpc. The scope of the
>> rpc-api will remain limited of course, if we implement direct command
>> execution, we'd just end up with a less secure ssh look-alike :)
>> But stuff like traceroute, ping, etc. can be implemented for sure, also
>> in a way that provides machine-readable output.
> what exactly do you mean by machine-readable output ?
> I'm wondering which remote interaction commands would be most valuable ?
> some i've come up with are importing the android eclipse sdk
> <http://developer.android.com/sdk/1.5_r3/index.html> process view
> and apply it to mesh nodes, updating through rpc / ssh, possible
> extending it for netstat ouput, tracking / issuing remote routing
> commands & enabling / disabling services... people with actual freimap
> use experience would probable come up with a completely different list
> though ; )
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