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

Hartmut Richard Glaser glaser at cgi.br
Sun May 4 13:46:59 UTC 2014


*Can you please explain ******in the first phrase **the meaning**of 
/"...this organization ..."/?*


Hartmut Glaser

On 04/05/14 04:00, willi uebelherr 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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