[discuss] Internet: the INTER-connection of local NET-works

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Sun May 4 07:33:29 UTC 2014

Hmm... are you suggesting that internet governance should happen at local
level, then extend to global?
If that is what your basic technical writeup on networks is trying to
communicate then I agree with that view and will like to note that this is
already happening.

What is yet to happen is to see the proceeds from those discussions turn to


sent from Google nexus 4
kindly excuse brevity and typos.
On 4 May 2014 08:01, "willi uebelherr" <willi.uebelherr at gmail.com> wrote:

> Internet: the INTER-connection of local NET-works
> Dear friends,
> from the final document of NetMundial we can see, that this organization
> has no interest to strongly support the self-organization of the people for
> their global communication systems. Rather, institutions are installed to
> continue the principles of monopolization and representation.
> Now I want to submit my proposal for a real Internet in this discussion
> group.
> 1) The local networks
> The Internet is nothing more then the connection of local, independent
> networks. They have at least one server, which is connected to the local
> router and this router connects to the adjacent networks.
> These local networks have a maximum of sovereignity and independenence,
> because they maintain all the necessary resources and functions locally.
> These local networks are organized by the local people themselves.
> 2) The inter-connection of local net-works
> The Internet rests on three levels.
> a) connection of the adjacent local networks
> b) the regional network of regional centers
> c) the global network of regional centers
> The technology is based primarily on directed microwave radio links. The
> components are manufactured locally or regionally.
> All types of data are transported. Text, graphics and speech. This
> eliminates all separate instances for the data transport.
> The transport capacities are symmetric in principle. Thus, each client can
> themselves act as a server.
> 3) The IP address
> The IP address is derived from the geographical position in the world
> coordinate system. We use 64-bit for global and 64-bit for local address.
> Because the world coordinate system WK84 is distributed asymmetrically, we
> should strive for a symmetrical system of coordinates. Maybe it already
> exists.
> The routing (geo-routing) is based on the destination address of the
> packet relative to the position of the router. From the distance and the
> angle wc can easy make the decisions.
> This eliminates all institutions, which deal with the management of number
> spaces and routing. There is no Internet governance more. It is not
> necessary.
> Conclusions
> This concept rests on the responsibility to all people on our planet. Only
> if they can operate at a most independently locally or regionally level,
> our global communication system can arise. People are important and not the
> institutions.
> It also follows, that we have to manufacture the hardware components local
> and regional self. Any form of incapacitation of people by private or
> public institutions is terminated. But this is only possible if we
> determine the technology itself and organize itself. We do this according
> to the principle: Think globally, act locally.
> many greetings in solidarity, willi uebelherr
> Quetzaltenango, Guatemala
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