Os-Cafe is a system for administering a cybercafe running exclusively Linux for clients and the server. It has been used in The OpenSource Café (France/Lyon) since summer 2006. It provides a set of preconfigured and customized tools (including some pre-existing ones) like openkiosk, nodeview, and bigsister, but it also provides a full framework for administration and a captive portal for Wifi support.
Lightweight Underlay Network Ad-hoc Routing (LUNAR) is a simple and robust self-configuring wireless ad-hoc routing system that creates an IP subnet illusion. It is developed as a kernel module that can be dynamically loaded in a running system. It works well in the most common ad-hoc networking situations, namely small groups of less than 10 mobile nodes that are close together. It implements a bare-bones on-demand route discovery protocol with broadcast dampening and reconfigures communications paths typically within three seconds. IP addresses are self-configured and MANET name resolution is supported. Automatic IP gatewaying is included and IP unicast and broadcast are supported.
DSR-UU is an implementation of the Dynamic Source Routing protocol. It runs in Linux (kernel 2.4/2.6) and in the ns-2 network simulator. It also compiles and runs on LinkSys WRT54G routers. DSR-UU implements a virtual network interface (dsr0). This enables your DSR network to coexist with the regular non-multihop ad hoc network at the same time.
ROSInfo is a simple tool for monitoring signal levels, traffic, and network latency of x86 machines, RouterBoards, and other devices running Mikrotik RouterOS. It was designed to be used with Mikrotik RouterOS and is being developed and tested on a large network with many Mikrotik routers.
StableNet Enterprise is a management application for distributed multi-vendor multi-service networks. Automatic discovery for networks, devices, and services provides concise and in-depth topology and inventory views. Real-time and historical measurement capabilities facilitate trouble-shooting, forecast, and capacity planning tasks. Event management and root-cause diagnostics include alarm-handling, event logging, filtering, and correlation capabilities.