CRXN

Community Run eXpansive Network


What is CRXN?

CRXN is a community run IPv4-based computer network running on the 10.0.0.0/8 (255.0.0.0) private subnet.
The purpose of the network is to experiment with networking hardware and software and have a network
where people are free to run what they want, easily - as was intended with IPv4.

We have a versatile peering system ranging from physical peerings (as an option) all the way to tunneling
IP traffic over various tunneling-capable protocols such as Yggdrasil or CJDNS.


Getting peered and assigned

Getting peered (via physical medium or over a tunnel) is the first step of getting onto the network.
Secondly one will need to be assigned a subnet on the 10/8 range and then have those details
entered into our (primitive) subnet allocations system (a text file).

As for now you can contact deavmi at deavmi@disroot.org or contact him via
the #crxn channel on the BonoboNET IRC network.


News

For now we don't really have a news source regarding the network and its going-ons
but I, Deavmi, hve a Mastodon account that you can find on my homepage where I often,
under the hash tag #CRXN, post updates about the project and what I am doing to my part
of the network locally.

You can also follow the CRXN mastodon account at @crxn@hostux.social.


Files

Some files below that might be useful for further information regarding the project.
  1. Network map
  2. Subnet allocations