• Recent Forum Posts

    arizona

    Call Of Duty 4

    ROFL, brilliant!!!

    arizona Today, 09:17 Go to last post
    Deathm

    Stepping Down

    @Beetle its sad to see you go. Was looking forward to learning from you.

    Deathm Today, 07:48 Go to last post
    Spaffy

    Stepping Down

    Well that sucks.
    Seems to be the trend though. Where are all the previous comms.

    Also, is there someone else that can take over as training officer? It's a brilliant idea, not one that should be...

    Spaffy Today, 07:23 Go to last post
    OGON

    Stepping Down

    Sad to see you go :(

    OGON Today, 07:15 Go to last post
    Crusader007

    Call Of Duty 4

    2057 I just had to share this, sorry in advance :)

    Crusader007 Today, 03:39 Go to last post
  • Forum Stats

    Number of Members: 6,379
    Total Threads: 3,791
    Total Posts: 35,049
    Currently Online: 53

    Newest Member: Matty
  • Cape Town Wireless User Group RSS Feed

    1. Categories:
    2. General

    Welcome to the CTWUG website!

    CTWUG is a Cape Town based operation geared towards community based wireless networking and is a non-profit entity. Our aim is to promote the use and understanding of 802.11 wireless equipment and to build a citywide free wireless network available to all.

    All equipment is standard Wi-Fi equipment. CTWUG is built using wireless devices that operate on either the 2.4GHz or 5.8GHz free-to-air frequencies and as such no licenses are required. The CTWUG network works much like a small version of the internet. Many houses, buildings and high sites make up a mesh of interconnected nodes able to pass traffic along to the next, making it possible to connect all nodes on the network.

    CTWUG is a not just a network CTWUG is a learning experience for everyone from novices to experts. Joining and setting up your node is the first learning experience for new users and is just the beginning of a never-ending journey of learning.

    Many users of CTWUG test pilot programs, software, hardware and other computer related experiments on the network as it is a great way to perform Research & Development on a large scale, completely private network.

    What are you waiting for? Go register at our wIND portal to see who is closest to you and follow the getting started guide to get connected.

  • Subscribe!

    Subscribe to the CTWUG Mailing List

    * indicates required
  • Network Status Monitor

  • CTWUG on Facebook

  • CTWUG on Twitter