Mar 05

Making Money With Wireless?

by in linksys, Linux, Open Source, Techie :: Techno ::

HotSpot System
I use a linksys WRT54G on my home network. It was running the standard Linksys firmware at one point, but I've been running a variety of Linux variants on it over the last few months.
This evening, while looking for information on OpenWRT I stumbled across HotSpotSystem.com.
While several of the alternative firmwares offer hotspot functionality this is the first one I've come across that offers a builtin revenue stream.
I'm not sure how the revenue share works with the commercial offerings from Bitbuzz, Eircom, BT etc., but this alternative does look very appealing.
Pity I don't live somewhere where I could actually make use of it :)

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7 Responses to “Making Money With Wireless?”

  1. From Robbert:

    I have used this in the past (http://www.fon.com/en/) but this looks much more promissing ;)

    Posted on March 6, 2007 at 8:49 pm #
  2. From michele:

    Robbert
    You could add it your list of money-making schemes :)
    Michele

    Posted on March 6, 2007 at 10:28 pm #
  3. From Robbert:

    LOL we’ll it is a nice addon, be can live without it.

    Posted on March 7, 2007 at 6:18 am #
  4. From Bob "nomad1":

    I came across HotSpotSystem.com and knew off the bat this would be great for our new project. We have converted our Motor Home into an Instant HotSpot.
    With a portable Satellites system from StarBand and programing our Linksys router with HotSpotSstem.com firmware, we were able to provide a wireless HOTSPOT where ever we go…Wal-Mart parking lots and truck stops along our travels and provide Internet access at RV Parks that otherwise had none!
    Great combination!

    Posted on May 20, 2007 at 3:01 am #
  5. From Bob "nomad1":

    I came across HotSpotSystem.com and knew off the bat this would be great for our new project. We have converted our Motor Home into an Instant HotSpot.
    With a portable Satellites system from StarBand and programing our Linksys router with HotSpotSstem.com firmware, we were able to provide a wireless HOTSPOT where ever we go…Wal-Mart parking lots and truck stops along our travels and provide Internet access at RV Parks that otherwise had none!
    Great combination!

    Posted on May 20, 2007 at 3:01 am #
  6. From Bob "nomad1":

    I must add that HotSpotSystem.com offers outstanding tech support! They are very prompt in answering any question or problems you may have. This is important when considering setting up a HotSpot. You can be sure that HotSpotSystem.com will be there to walk you thru and get you system back on line!
    Regards,
    Bob “nomad1″
    Roaming RV Hot Spots LLC

    Posted on May 20, 2007 at 6:44 pm #
  7. From Bob "nomad1":

    I must add that HotSpotSystem.com offers outstanding tech support! They are very prompt in answering any question or problems you may have. This is important when considering setting up a HotSpot. You can be sure that HotSpotSystem.com will be there to walk you thru and get you system back on line!
    Regards,
    Bob “nomad1″
    Roaming RV Hot Spots LLC

    Posted on May 20, 2007 at 6:44 pm #

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