You're getting old. There is so many things in life that are more important. Spend time with your kids and family. For tasks that will run for a while, go do something else while it runs. I'm guessing by your UID, that you have seen IT cycle once or twice by now.
I've done this with m0n0wall. http://m0n0.ch/wall/
A computer with 2 network card. One network card plugs into your network. The other network card goes to your guest wireless AP.
In order to block access from the guest wifi to your internal network, you can put in a Firewall ACL to block access to your internal network.
For example, if your internal network is 10.10.1.0/24:
Setup the second interface as 192.168.1.0/24 (or take your pick). On that interface set a block Firewall rule for all traffic with a destination of 10.10.1.0/24. The guest Wireless can still get to the internet, but not to anything on your internal network.
With either m0n0wall or pfsense, you can setup captive portal. This will block outgoing connections until the user registers or logs in.
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Because smart meters are probably using some sort of zigbee or other 802.15.4. It makes sense for smart meters to run in a mesh. That way they do not have to have direct connection to the data collection unit. They can use the mesh network to hop over multiple nodes to get the data to where it needs to go.
I will second both points of this. Using buildroot for multiple types of boards/chips. buildroot helps in creating a reproducible toolchain, kernel, apps, and filesystem images. You can add your own application (The main thing to run) as a custom package.
The Atmel at91sam9 series runs fine. Both in graphical and non-graphical environment. I use this for quick proto type testing/dev:
(however, I add NAND Flash for os/apps)
As others have stated, Angstrom is also good for building the OS/applications. The build system takes a little bit more care to setup than buildroot.
How are we supposed to kill it if it's self-healing? Now it will never die!
Make sure the halon system is not computer controlled.
Kill internet connections to all sites at the same time, so they cant send out an SOS
Then kill the power
So if 1 million people manually send an email no more than 100Kbytes in size, that is 100 MBytes.
Seriously? A single email account at a company has less than a 100 MB mailbox (or even free space)?
This has created a unstoppable force with one exception. the test unit of 12 team members were highly effective until their DSL connection at the pentagon was DDOS attacked. The Government is asking for Congressional funding to get more DSL lines installed but the current Tea-Party members are claiming that it is an un-needed expense.
Of course DSL lines are an un-needed expense. Each solder needs their own array of fiber optic links to each country.
or a C&D by the MPAA/RIAA
I forgot to mention, if you are in the U.S.A, then is is also quicker chipping wise to go with dorkbotpdx mentioned above. Simply for shipping times alone. Seeedstudio's fusion service only e-tests 50% of the boards by default. Even then, I have still had boars that pass e-test, but where the copper meets the pad, it is too thin. This will break the connection. Yes, plated through holes are a little bit harder to re-wrok, but with a little flux and the heat turned down, it is do-able. I have ordered from Seeedstudio's fusion service over 10 times. Although they are cheaper, I ended up spending more time repairing bad boards. I have switch to dorkbotpdx and have not looked back.
There is also batchpcb, but their prices are higher. Also last time I check batchpcb only had green silkscreen and a minimum of 8 mil traces.
I have a few of DPs products. The webplatform is cheaper and more useful to me than an arduino/ethernet shield or even the new EthernetPro http://www.sparkfun.com/products/10536
Seeedstudio's fusion service is good price wise, but I will not have PCBs made through them again. Too many bad traces. Pads lift if you try to re-work them.
Slightly more expensive, http://dorkbotpdx.org/wiki/pcb_order , but I have never had a bad board and the quality is much much better.