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In densely populated areas IEEE 802.11 technologies are becoming ubiquitous in response to the increasing number of fixed access points and the multitudes of wireless smart phone users. The Intelligent Wireless Router (IWR) protocol is proposed for the fixed nodes (home wireless routers) of a cooperative IEEE 802.11 community network. Combined with a knowledge base, this protocol selects the best fixed node to initiate a spray-andwait controlled epidemy among the mobile nodes (laptops and smartdoi:10.1109/wmnc.2013.6548972 dblp:conf/mwcn/RollaSC13 fatcat:6ss6nexkzffpndwmwjsqngm57e