As a side note - perhaps we can just use a wireless to wireless bridge to Mozilla Guest to keep it isolated? ++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1255166 +++ Hi there, As part of the Connected Devices projects, we are embarking into newer domains such as Smart Home. There are a few projects that got kick-started recently around this -- Project Link and Project Smart Home focused on bringing in useful experiences connecting multiple devices such as smart lights, thermostats, smart door locks, motion sensors, speakers etc. We would like to use one of the conference rooms in Mountain View (preferably the Battlestar Gallactica -- the one with a home like setting with sofas in the second floor) and turn that into a smart home simulation connecting these devices, so people working on the project can use and test. For the setup, we would like a separate wireless network for this purpose that does not interfere with current Mozilla network used for work (aside from Mozilla or Mozilla Guest). Please let us know what needs to be done to get this network implemented in Mountain View. We would like to do the same in SF office as well. Service Desk suggested we open a bugzilla ticket to track this. Thanks Hema P.S: we already have a set of smart devices purchased and ready to be hooked up for creating a "Smart Home Space" experience.
Closing this in favor of as the master Bug #1255166. Our current thinking is to use the ateam ssid.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1255166
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