Robin-Mesh (formerly ROBIN (ROuting Batman INside) is an FOSS mesh network project, deployed on top of OpenWrt, running on any Atheros AP51 routers and using the B.A.T.M.A.N. routing algorithm. It is an easy-to-use Open-Source firmware for small, widely available routers such as the Linksys WRT54G series, the Fonera and the Open-Mesh OM1P. Robin-Mesh allows users to spread a single Internet connection over a large area using meshing technologies. It is managed through a web-based "dashboard" which can set settings such as the SSID name (for the Public and Private WLANs), as well as provide advanced reporting and statistical information such as graphs, and logs. Robin-Mesh is based on top of the most recent Kamikazerelease of the OpenWrt firmware.
Easy-to-use configuration through the dashboard
Minimal reboots - Very few configuration changes require a reboot.