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  1. Anonymous.ir x__x Anonymous.ir x__x Anonymous.ir x__x Anonymous.ir x__x Anon

    ناشناس در حال طراحی یک سیستم ارتباطی که دسترسی به اینترنت را به خیابان ها در ایران در آن زمان از تظاهرات و دیگر اقدام های مدنی گسترش ، اجازه می دهد تا از نزدیک مشاهده اتهامات اخیر در مورد نقض حقوق بشر است. استفاده از دوربین ، به خصوص دوربین های با کیفیت بالا بر روی زمین در نزدیکی به نیروهای بسیجی و IRG یک دیدگاه روشن تر از آنچه دقیقا ناشناس است که علیه حفره دار شده است استفاده می شود.

    فاز یک این پروژه شامل توسعه دسترسی به اینترنت خانگی فراتر از محدوده عادی خود ، خارج از کنترل جمهوری اسلامی ایران ، و فراتر از دسترس و بی رحمی. تصور کنید یک روتر که به اینترنت توسط دست هستند را در خیابان ها به اجرا درآمد ، ایجاد یک وب realtime انسانیت. امکان گرفتن تصاویر دقیق از زیرساخت GERDAB.IR با استفاده از این شبکه یکی از اهداف اصلی این پروژه می باشد.

    ناشناس است که درخواست اطلاعات زیر را در مورد لوازم خانگی شبکه مشترک استفاده شده توسط مردم ایران :

    روتر بی سیم است که شما باید در صورت هر گونه؟
    چه نوع اتصالات RF در روترهای هستند؟ عکسهای؟
    چه webcams و لپ تاپ استفاده هستند؟
    آیا دستگاه جیپیاس؟

    از شما به خاطر وقت و تلاش شما.

    Thats an alpha translation, sorry. If you can correct it, please do so.
  2. O Hai Khamedinejad!
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  3. maxoud Member

    The translation is very bad, I can't get anything out of it.

    It'll help if you put the English text.
  4. Anonymous.ir x__x Anonymous.ir x__x Anonymous.ir x__x Anonymous.ir x__x Anon

    Anonymous is designing a communications system that will extend internet access to the streets in Iran at the time of protests and other civil action, to allow closer views of the recent allegations of human rights violations. The use of cameras, especially high quality cameras on the ground near the Basiji and IRG forces would allow a clearer view of what exactly Anonymous has been pitted against.

    One phase of this project involves extending household internet access beyond its typical range, beyond the control of the Islamic Republic, and beyond the reach of brutality. Imagine an internet who's routers are carried by hand into the streets, creating a realtime web of humanity. The possibility of capturing detailed images of the GERDAB.IR infrastructure using this network is one of the primary goals of this project.

    Anonymous is requesting the following information about common household network appliances used by the Iranian people:

    Which wireless routers do you have if any?
    What type of RF connectors are on the routers? Pics?
    What webcams and laptops are in use?
    Do you have any GPS devices?
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    Thank you for your time and efforts.
  5. I can't get what is the project but I can inform you of some details!

    IT Technology in Iran is like every other country out there but everything that needs support of the government have not got completed for a while!
    I mean we have everything for a private network but we don't have T1 and highspeed internet connections that much!

    I personally use a linksys wrt54 and a Dlink on the dorm!
    I have a Macbook and a Vaio (some 3,4 year old model!)
    GPS devices are most likely to be new mobile phones cause other types of GPS devices in Iran or either pricy or shitty!
  6. Sounds like all the more reason to protest the tyranny. Thank you for sharing your details.
    Speed seems limited there in Tehran, some reports have the whole Iranian civilian network coming out of the state Telecom plant. Here in the states we have internets coming to and from everywhere on the planet. The mob there has been focusing on limiting what little you have, violently borking any and every communication device they can get their hands on.
    We understand they are paranoid of dishes. If you have one, guard it. The G8 group of nations is expecting the Iran gov to open their hearts to you and protect your lives, property, and voices. They have a clear deadline. We give them until September. Until then, we want to work and continue to dialogue to solve this issue.
    Anon.
  7. they are taking down the Satellite dishes all over Tehran and some other cities.
    ours has been taken down (actually torn up!) about 1 week ago, so all I have is Internet!
    Iranian TV (IRIB) is like bullshit these days! whenever some protests are going on in the city all the do is broadcasting new movies and cooking lessons:-"
    what a shame!
  8. Ray Murphy Member

    Does anyone know if satellite dishes can be covered and still work?
    Also, can the cable be spliced and extended so that it is nowhere near the normal position on top of a house?
  9. حمید Member

    Concerned companies should boycott the Iran Regime

    Believe me, people have done all their efforts they afford in order to update themselves in real. Any time any solution becomes popular, Regime has had the pleasure of advanced filtering technology, being available, to disappoint the efforts. The idea of boycotting the regime should have origins within the concerned companies. It is easy for a regime to access the technology otherwise even if there are political regulations leading to boycotts.
  10. Yes and yes.
    As long as you cover the whole works with a material that does not absorb the radio waves at the communication frequencies. The dish must always have a clear direct line of sight to the satellite.
    I wonder if there are alternate locations to point the dish in order to recieve broadcasts from the rest of the world, not just iranian tv, or is that what you had with the dish?

    Splicing a cable used in satellite is tricky. The signal travels along the wire as a wave between the surface of the inner wire and the jacket that surrounds the insulator protecting the inner wire. Anything that disturbs this wave tunnel will have the effect of bouncing some of the radio energy back the other direction.
    The best splice would be to connect a few UHF or microwave connectors where the cable borked and hook them up. If nothing is available, I would recommend a wire tip to wire tip splice, and repair the insulator and jacket surrounding that. Any kind of radio splice will loose some signal.
    To extend a cable with splices will achieve what you need. Make sure the cable is exactly the same as the cable you originally had. Any differences will cause the signal to be reflected.

    Bent dishes should be hammered back into the original shape as close as possible.
    If the metal bowl is irreparable, a replacement can be made from wire mesh that has the same shape as the original bowl- you might try using another good dish as a pattern. Take careful measurements on the placement of the recieving arm that points down into the bowl. There is an angle to those as well.
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  11. Whatever fool. The regslime has used its time and effort to destroy freedom of speech, and we will stand to help the people regain that. Step off.
  12. حمید Member

    I could not understand your language more than that I could otherwise give as a better response. Regardless of what, giving choices such as “step off” does certainly not belong to qualities which gain the eligibility, demanded by nature of long commitments taken by one. What otherwise differ your demand from that of given to Iranian people, every day in Iran? If it is different at all. Please keep yourself to the topic.
  13. Ray Murphy Member

    Thanks for typing all that up.
    I suppose the same cable could be obtained from friends or neighbors who have had their satellite dishes trashed.
  14. حمید Member

    To start with, there are some compromises which are to be taken in considerations in order to succeed. These compromises demand the willingness of system administrators who have the final word in allowing the dedicated custom servers to be hosted on their equipment and therefore it is appropriate that those willing are having one and only one understanding towards their agreement which will serve the purpose. It is important that all the efforts are regulated under the framework of transparency if the outcome is providing a tool to those oppressed. If such an agreement is reached among the system administrators, I will gladly contribute to the cause and I am happy to be contacted by System administrator.
  15. going thru your previous posts, I understand that your goal is the end of Islamic rule. Anonymous wants nothing to do with your religious crusade against Islam. If the separation of religion and state becomes possible in the future, that might be a positive side effect of this project. Anonymous could care less for your Sunni vs Shia civil war. Anonymous could care less for your various thirsts for power.
    By coming online and promoting your anti Islam position, you appear to Anonymous as an psyop agent of the Gerdab mob and should be b&.

    You have been outed. Allah Akbar.

    Now. Let's talk tech.

  16. حمید Member


    :) Whom are you trying to kid? :confused: :eek:
  17. anonymous' worst enemy is anonymous itself.

    He's basically saying enough with the islam stuff and concentrate on free internets for iran.
  18. There's a thought!!

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