WiND is a Web application for managing a database of wireless nodes. It is targeted at wireless community networks. The project was originally created for the Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network located in Athens, Greece. It supports multiple users and multiple nodes per user, with different access right for each job. It stores node information such as location, height, area, region, backbone and AP interfaces, roof view photos, subnets and hosts in a node, etc., and provides a powerful way to search this information. Using NASA's SRTM data, it graphs the line of sight and Fresnel zone between nodes and calculates free space loss for the distance between them. It uses Google Maps or Google Earth and can manage IP ranges and DNS.
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