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 ====== Presentation ====== ====== Presentation ======
-{{ ::logo.png?300|}} +{{ ::GLaNET_300.png|}} 
-GLaNET is a dynamic partial mesh network made of the interconnection of multiple private networks using OpenVPN or IPSec/GRE links with BGP routing.+GLaNET is a dynamic partial mesh network made of the interconnection of multiple private networks using OpenVPN, DMVPN or basic IPSec/GRE links with BGP routing.
  
 Its purpose is to offer services to its users, experimentation playground, and whatever comes to our disturbed minds. Its purpose is to offer services to its users, experimentation playground, and whatever comes to our disturbed minds.
  
 +====== Contact ======
 +You can reach us by:
 +  * Email, using one of our [[doc:​mailing-lists|mailing-lists]]
 +  * IRC, on irc://​chat.freenode.net/#​glanet
  
 ====== History ====== ====== History ======
  
   * **September 2009:** Project launch by Romain Boissat (AS64544) and Benjamin Collet (AS64542).   * **September 2009:** Project launch by Romain Boissat (AS64544) and Benjamin Collet (AS64542).
-  * **September 2009 to December2010:** Initial experimentations.+  * **September 2009 to December 2010:** Initial experimentations.
   * **24 December 2010:** the project receives its final name: **GLaNET**, a portmanteau of //​[[wp>​glados|GLaDOS]]//​ and network.   * **24 December 2010:** the project receives its final name: **GLaNET**, a portmanteau of //​[[wp>​glados|GLaDOS]]//​ and network.
-  * **8 March 2012:** GLaNET ​get his own domain and website.+  * **8 March 2012:** GLaNET ​gets his own domain and website.
   * <​del>​**20 July 2012:** GLaNET has its first virtual exchange point: Caribou. Its located in Quebec, Canada and allows clients in Europe and northern America to easily peer. This virtual exchange point also provide a route server running [[http://​bird.network.cz/​|BIRD]]</​del>​.   * <​del>​**20 July 2012:** GLaNET has its first virtual exchange point: Caribou. Its located in Quebec, Canada and allows clients in Europe and northern America to easily peer. This virtual exchange point also provide a route server running [[http://​bird.network.cz/​|BIRD]]</​del>​.
   * **17 October 2012:** Johan Fleury (AS64545) joined GLaNET.   * **17 October 2012:** Johan Fleury (AS64545) joined GLaNET.
   * **23 October 2012:** Guillaume Mazoyer (AS64546) joined GLaNET.   * **23 October 2012:** Guillaume Mazoyer (AS64546) joined GLaNET.
-  * **1 May 2013:​** ​Benoît ​Petit (AS64547) joined GLaNET.+  * **1 May 2013:​** ​Benoit ​Petit (AS64547) joined GLaNET.
   * **11 December 2013:** David Boissat (AS64548) joined GLaNET.   * **11 December 2013:** David Boissat (AS64548) joined GLaNET.
 +  * **13 February 2014:** GLaNET has a new logo, thanks to Romain Boissat.
 +  * **25 August 2015:** Antoine Ténart (AS64550) joined GLaNET.
 +  * **15 March 2016:** First native IPv6 IPSec tunnel, between AS64542 (Benjamin Collet) and AS64546 (Guillaume Mazoyer).
 +  * **28 April 2016:** AS64542 (Benjamin Collet) now uses public ASN 202945 and IPv6 PA addresses.
 +  * **18 August 2018:** AS64546 (Guillaume Mazoyer) now uses public ASN 201281 and IPv6 PI addresses.
 +  * **3 June 2019:** Alexandre Girard (AS210118) joined GLaNET.