Will someone please comment and tell me more about "open source private LTE". Currently big tech has turned the internet into a 'choke-point'. Just look at the hand writing that is on the wall, the facts are that if you do not toe the line 'you can and will be censored'. I have watched them shut people down on youtube, facebook, and the entire parler website. Dan Bonginio said it well when he hypothesized that conservative voices need to be prepared to jump onto a separate ship!
The left-wing is trying to tell people where they can and can not do business based on their political beliefs. Now they want to treat people like a second class citizen with an idea that they have called a "vaccine passport"
My idea is simple: "Develop my own lines of communication". I feel that it should be as easy as me purchasing a couple of cell phone towers, and just not connecting the new network to the internet. I have spent quite a bit of time trying to figure how such an idea would work, and dealing with 'technology and I.T. related business' is abit outside of my wheel house (I am more of a planner/organizer that looks at the big picture).
One of my ideas is to build a separate communications platform, and to do this I would use the already existing backbone of a 'company intranet'. I assume that I could just upload a 'company intranet template' onto a gaming computer (maby), and then I would need my network (which would just be inside my computer) to be hooked up to broadcast equipment. At this stage in the game I am only interested in my network being broadcast to about 1/2 million users. (I hope that other people would build separate networks).
I have already stated that figuring out all of the details of such an operation is not exactly in my wheel house...as it says in 1 Corinthians 12:12-27
12 There is one body, but it has many parts. But all its many parts make up one body. It is the same with Christ. 13 We were all baptized by one Holy Spirit. And so we are formed into one body. It didn’t matter whether we were Jews or Gentiles, slaves or free people. We were all given the same Spirit to drink. 14 So the body is not made up of just one part. It has many parts. 15 Suppose the foot says, “I am not a hand. So I don’t belong to the body.” By saying this, it cannot stop being part of the body. 16 And suppose the ear says, “I am not an eye. So I don’t belong to the body.” By saying this, it cannot stop being part of the body. 17 If the whole body were an eye, how could it hear? If the whole body were an ear, how could it smell? 18 God has placed each part in the body just as he wanted it to be. 19 If all the parts were the same, how could there be a body? 20 As it is, there are many parts. But there is only one body. 21 The eye can’t say to the hand, “I don’t need you!” The head can’t say to the feet, “I don’t need you!” 22 In fact, it is just the opposite. The parts of the body that seem to be weaker are the ones we can’t do without. 23 The parts that we think are less important we treat with special honor. The private parts aren’t shown. But they are treated with special care. 24 The parts that can be shown don’t need special care. But God has put together all the parts of the body. And he has given more honor to the parts that didn’t have any. 25 In that way, the parts of the body will not take sides. All of them will take care of one another. 26 If one part suffers, every part suffers with it. If one part is honored, every part shares in its joy.
27 You are the body of Christ. Each one of you is a part of it.
Here I am standing up saying "something bad this way comes"! I need people with relevant knowledge to stand up and sound off. (Then I can say something like 'you, you, and you...stand here and figure out how to solve this problem.)
Come on guy, its time for us to go to work and out fox the weasels that desire to snuff us out!
16 “I am sending you out like sheep among wolves. So be as wise as snakes and as harmless as doves. 17 Watch out! You will be handed over to the local courts. You will be whipped in the synagogues.
I understand that not everyone desires to have a speaking part where the world can hear them, so send me a private message on here and tell me what you think needs to be done so that 'alternative lines of communication' can be established.
This is not the side that is going to wait until the problem is upon us!
News commentator Dan Bongino saw the need for a 'duel' society. It is clear that the radical left really wants there to be free speech (as long as the free speech agrees with their beliefs). So unless people are ok with the a one sided debate, Christians, political conservatives, and other 'round pegs in square holes' need to develop 'liberal proof infrastructure'.
I heard that president Donald Trump is so despised for the stands that he takes, the liberals have arranged things so that he can no longer do business at certain banks.
I am glad to see that some people have started to move towards decentralization...thank you Marcouse for sharing!
I feel like I am more of a 'visionary that tries to see the overall picture' as apposed to the 'techie that works on an individual problems'
But sometimes when the music stops there is nobody to pass the ball to...so I am trying to figure out some of the information that a 'specialist techie' might know.
Recently I learned that Russia wants to build a seperate internet. I would like to share some of the words (that were in an article.
Hypothetically, if Russia wanted to do that, it would need to duplicate the hardware and software that currently manages Internet traffic. That would likely involve setting up computer servers, copying existing databases, updating security features, and reconfiguring some existing technology—in essence, they’d need their own Domain Name System (DNS), the essential technology that underlies the existing Internet and, among other things, translates domain names (such as <http://for.example.com>) into the computer-readable numbers that make up a domain’s Internet Protocol (IP) address.
For an independent Internet, Russia would have to establish three main components. They’d need a name space, which is a structure that organizes the Internet traffic—the inquiries and responses for IP addresses—according to a hierarchical scheme that resembles a tree. They’d need a root server (and a root zone database), a network of computers that would be the first to respond to Internet queries and point them to name servers further down in the hierarchy. And they’d need to reconfigure their existing resolvers, the computers typically managed by Internet Service Providers and which are designed to initiate the queries that lead to the final result. Resolvers also keep the responses in memory for faster access next time.
Building out the technical assets to manage an alternate DNS is not a hard problem, says Internet Hall of Fame inductee and Farsight Security CEO Paul Vixie. “You could build that out of a shopping bag of Raspberry Pis that cost $49 each,” he said, referring to the inexpensive, single-board, general-purpose computers.
The difficult part is getting users to buy in. Even if Russia could persuade its own country to use their alt-Internet, getting others to do so would take some convincing. Anyone who wanted to access the Internet–any person, business, or government agency–from outside of Russia would have to reconfigure their phones, laptops, computers, or other devices, not to mention their routers and the DNS resolvers, to understand the new network, says Conrad.
Devices would not be able to simultaneously use Russia’s Internet and also the one managed by ICANN, says Vixie, or toggle back and forth between them. There’s no software written that has the capability to see the website http://for.example.com from the ICANN-run Internet and also see http://for.example.com from the Russian-based Internet.
Once on Russia’s Internet, users would have access to only those websites the alternative network recognized, says Vixie. The Internet could certainly allow users to see all of the websites that ICANN does. But let’s say Russia didn’t want its users reading Ukrainian websites. It could eliminate the country code top-level domain (TLD) .ua from its root server and essentially disappear Ukraine.
The way that I understand this portion of an article...three main items are needed when creating a separate computer network. The three main items are.
#2. (a) Computer Hardware (which I guess can be an old computer...the computer will organize the network)
(b) Broadcast Equipment (search Ubiquiti ) note I am just trying to provide an example that I can point to. I guess that the computer needs to be connected to a 'computer switch/switcher' and every 'broadcast device' needs its own port on the switch.
#3. From my understanding everyone that access's that network needs to have a (computer/tablet) that can only access the 'new network' ("Devices would not be able to simultaneously use Russia’s Internet and also the one managed by ICANN, or toggle back and forth between them.")