3 weeks ago
I would like to know if it would be possible with current technology to decentralize the internet network, that is, to create a series of routers or access points at the user level that allow us to connect with each other as a p2p mesh network so as not to depend on isp and access to internet for free.
I mean something like this: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsukuku
a week ago
It's 100% possible. Routing protocols are entirely decentralized (see BGP). Really the only challenge is transit (connections to other users). If you can solve that in a scalable way, and get enough users to connect with you, you could create your own, parallel internetwork. But the real question is why would you want to? ISPs exist for a reason - they provide a generally pain-free way to connect to a global backbone.