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[QUOTE="BobbyEK, post: 3258, member: 22"]Hi Matt - how far can nodes be spread out and still effectively spread the network? Could the nodes be moving - For example placed in vehicles within a closed environment?[/QUOTE]
Hi Bobby,
Which nodes? Do you mean inside a mesh network or are you talking about something else?

If you mean mesh, that would depend on the network for what the bridge would look like. The bridge may be a server with a foot in both networks, a client that talks to one or a relay service. If it is a highly mobile mesh network, it would be difficult to drop a persistent server in the middle of it.

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I suppose it could be in a van.
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