Kun9BE4, The Random Pool Network

I started to develop random pool network. It's name is Kun (Unicode # is 9BE4), the legendary fish.

We moved our server to France, and it's now VPS instance.

I don't have enough experience using VPS instance, and my first concern is its entropy source. Kun was introduced because of this.

It uses UDP, and server executable is named GIGO (garbage-in garbage-out).

Now, the code is pretty much in-mature, but available at:

http://git.gniibe.org/gitweb/?p=kun9be4.git;a=blob;f=README

Here is a figure of Kun9BE4 of two servers:

[HWRNG]===> (****)
            (***o)
            [GIGO0]

                        (*ooo)
                        [GIGO1] <--[not full]-- [System /dev/random]

                        (*ooo)
                   <----[GIGO1]
                   demand

[HWRNG]===> (****)
            (***o)
            [GIGO0]<----
                   demand


[HWRNG]===> (***o) ===>
            (***o) SUPPLY
            [GIGO0]

                   SUPPLY
                   ===> (**oo)
                        [GIGO1]

                        (*ooo) ===> [System /dev/random]
                        [GIGO1]

For only two servers, it's not that cute. I wish it will grow.

Please consider to join this network with your NeuG standalone device.