"Mesh WiFi layer for 802.11 AdHoc networks"
Daihinia is an interesting alternative for people who use Wi-Fi access across a collection of PCs that all try to connect to a single Wi-Fi router. Instead of needing a separate access point router installation, this package uses its own network driver to create an Ad-Hoc network that allows for Multi-hop uses. What this means is that the PC that's farthest distance from the router can connect to the PC nearest to it, and then hop along their internet connection to the router. Most routers have a multi-hop option to facilitate this. A viable alternative to buying more expensive hardware.
Daihinia Key Features:
- Create a multi-hop approach to internet connectivity to extend Wi-Fi range indirectly
- Connect to the nearest PC instead of to the actual router
- Get a better signal quality and faster Wi-Fi speeds
- Do without the need to buy an additional access point
Daihinia is an option for users who want to make all PCs accessible to their distant router.
Requirements: A WiFi adapter.
What's new in this version: We now load DIFxAPI dynamically: from the system if the system has it (newer systems) or from Daihinia package if the system doesn't have it (older systems). (possible bug fix) when Daihinia Miniport remained in the system when Daihinia was uninstalled.
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