Re: [AFMUG] OT Sales Tax on the Internet

2018-06-22 Thread Carl Peterson
com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Long Narrow Batteries

2018-06-25 Thread Carl Peterson
mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > > > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Rack Mounts

2018-06-26 Thread Carl Peterson
Whadya think, is most stuff 19 or 23? > > > -- > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > > -- > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] G.8032v2 or ERPS ring with 10G wireless links

2018-07-03 Thread Carl Peterson
ut of band management and force > the ports down on link failure. > > Personally I would look in to Juniper Nokia 7210 or ciena 3928. The Nokia > does full MPLS ciena does MPLS-TP and would possibly be abetter solution. > > On 7/3/2018 10:49 AM, Carl Peterson wrote: > > >

Re: [AFMUG] Dear WISPA...

2018-08-16 Thread Carl Peterson
>>>> >>>>>>>> *** >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> CODE OF ETHICS >>>>>>>&g

Re: [AFMUG] Airfiber on -48VDC

2018-08-28 Thread Carl Peterson
don't > have one to play with that isn't already on a tower. > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailin

Re: [AFMUG] Airfiber on -48VDC

2018-08-28 Thread Carl Peterson
nfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>> >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listin

Re: [AFMUG] Ubiquiti Ufiber

2018-08-29 Thread Carl Peterson
have a test setup, just haven't heard much discussion about it so I thought >> I'd check with the group. >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com &

Re: [AFMUG] OT aintcha glad

2018-08-30 Thread Carl Peterson
hat went full legal. >>> >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listin

Re: [AFMUG] OT aintcha glad

2018-08-30 Thread Carl Peterson
Cash bail generally doesn't work and the current bail bond system is pretty much a scam in most states. Young kids get arrested for being in the wrong place at the wrong time and are given the choice of rotting in jail for six months to a year or pleading to a felony for time served. Now they

Re: [AFMUG] G.8032v2 or ERPS ring with 10G wireless links

2018-07-05 Thread Carl Peterson
ailto:af-boun...@af.afmug.com] *On Behalf Of *Harold Bledsoe >> *Sent:* Wednesday, July 4, 2018 12:59 PM >> >> >> *To:* AnimalFarm Microwave Users Group >> *Subject:* Re: [AFMUG] G.8032v2 or ERPS ring with 10G wireless links >> >> >> >> Trill!  >>

Re: [AFMUG] One Program To Rule Them All.. ?

2018-07-05 Thread Carl Peterson
We use Netsuite. Not sure if I'd recommend it if I were starting again. My general issue with it is that we have frequently built the network to Netsuite instead of the other way around, and don't have real database access to it so things that make sense from an ontological perspective can't

[AFMUG] Buying IPv4 due diligence

2018-07-05 Thread Carl Peterson
Short of manually checking blacklists, it there any semi-easy way to check the history of an IP block? i.e to see everyone who has advertised it or a subset of it via BGP? -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Another one bites the dust

2018-07-06 Thread Carl Peterson
AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] G.8032v2 or ERPS ring with 10G wireless links

2018-07-03 Thread Carl Peterson
having to pay for software/support. On Tue, Jul 3, 2018 at 12:00 PM, Adam Moffett wrote: > Carl, > > Are you using FS.com switches? > > -Adam > > > > On 7/3/2018 11:49 AM, Carl Peterson wrote: > > > After moving most of our network over to VPLS, I'm working on pu

Re: [AFMUG] Tower climbing

2018-07-04 Thread Carl Peterson
Same deal as Paul. Our insurance covers climbing for ourselves but not for others. If we're working a job for someone else, we sub out the guys on the tower and it can get expensive. > On Jul 4, 2018, at 1:20 PM, can...@believewireless.net > wrote: > > Chuck, also look into your insurance

Re: [AFMUG] Terminology for splitting a single Internet circuit

2018-11-01 Thread Carl Peterson
one of your fiber providers > >would > >they be looking for? > > > > > >Lincoln > > > > > >-- > >AF mailing list > >AF@af.afmug.com > >http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > > > > > > >-- > >AF mailing list > >AF@af.afmug.com > >http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Scary Product...

2018-11-16 Thread Carl Peterson
n't it going to be end > user/last mile service? > > On 11/15/18 5:16 AM, Carl Peterson wrote: > > It would be a big mess for a short time but these are really low so it > > would de-orbit quickly. I'm really interested in what this would do for > > building a decentraliz

Re: [AFMUG] Scary Product...

2018-11-16 Thread Carl Peterson
erational. > > Maybe I’m wrong. > > Not worried about competition. Have you seen how poorly Comcast gets rated? > > And if it does work - as has been said - now I can backhaul to places > faster and more efficiently. > > On Nov 16, 2018, at 06:12, Carl Peterson > wrote: &

Re: [AFMUG] Scary Product...

2018-11-16 Thread Carl Peterson
Based on the time limits in their license, I'd guess they are going to be launching the initial batch of them on F9 at ~24 sats per launch with a ballpark cost of ~30 mil per launch. Round it up to 1.5 mil per sat to launch and ballpark 500k for the sat so 2 mil each in the air. Thats not too

Re: [AFMUG] Scary Product...

2018-11-15 Thread Carl Peterson
removed by sender. > >> > >> > > >> > >> -- > >> AF mailing list > >> AF@af.afmug.com > >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > >>

Re: [AFMUG] Improving WIFI coverage in homes

2018-10-01 Thread Carl Peterson
Can anyone publicly r privately share Consumer what Consumer connect roughly costs per sub? On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 2:01 PM Sorin Esanu wrote: > It is not really required for 844E alone, but you need it for 844E+804Mesh. > > > On 1 Oct 2018, at 21:57, Carl Peterson wrote: > >

Re: [AFMUG] Improving WIFI coverage in homes

2018-10-01 Thread Carl Peterson
ld > be walking away with minimum $500 for getting flawless wifi coverage in > their house plus more monthly fee. > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.c

Re: [AFMUG] lc sc connectors

2018-10-01 Thread Carl Peterson
nications LLC >> p:9729741539 >> >> -- >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http:

Re: [AFMUG] OT aintcha glad

2018-08-31 Thread Carl Peterson
I was addicted to exercise. Ran a sub 8 two mile on my first Army PT test in basic training. After running the Army 10 miler in AIT, I took a break from running and quickly replaced running with smoking when I got to ft Campbell. Haven't touched a cigarette in five years but I still have the

Re: [AFMUG] contemplating

2018-09-21 Thread Carl Peterson
Are you going to get an easement from each homeowner? How do you deal with the fences short of two bores and a HH or slack loop in every back yard? I'm in FL this week trying to get a back side of the house FTTH build back on track and if I had to do it again I think I would have kept the

Re: [AFMUG] contemplating

2018-09-21 Thread Carl Peterson
into the ground. No peds or hand holes in anyone's yards and when you need to do an install you only need to access the customers yard in question. > On Sep 21, 2018, at 6:19 PM, Carl Peterson wrote: > > Are you going to get an easement from each homeowner? > > How do you deal

[AFMUG] Cambium aim tool/adapter

2018-09-26 Thread Carl Peterson
Anyone still make/sell these? RJ12 to audio jack they can plug their headset into. My techs like to eat them or something. -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] DIA pricing

2018-09-25 Thread Carl Peterson
Another +1 for Fusion. Easy to deal with. Deliver on time. No extra costs or fees. Good routes. > On Sep 25, 2018, at 12:09 PM, Sterling Jacobson wrote: > > Yes, H, very interesting. > > From: AF On Behalf Of Chuck McCown > Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2018 9:59 AM > To:

Re: [AFMUG] Scary Product...

2018-11-16 Thread Carl Peterson
I doubt it, primarily because it would be hard to put them in the right plane that way and you would end up with a pretty unsupportable replacement schedule if you dropped a few at a time into random orbits. They may put the next set of test sats up as a secondary payload. On Fri, Nov 16, 2018

Re: [AFMUG] Calix Gigacenters - how difficult to implement?

2018-11-16 Thread Carl Peterson
e things pretty complicated > to incorporate into a WISP network and get all the advantages of the > devices and cloud management? > > > > I’m trying to decide whether to keep struggling and get more help from > Calix, or give up. > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.c

Re: [AFMUG] Fiber up the tower

2018-12-27 Thread Carl Peterson
lengths. They will be run up inside a monopole. > > > > Are you using armored? Outdoor? What? > > > > Where are people getting theirs made? > > > > Thanks > > > > Adam > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/

Re: [AFMUG] Open Networks

2018-12-19 Thread Carl Peterson
t the network > operator and the appropriate contractor would complete the installation.] > > Am I missing something, or what other was would such a network typically > be run? > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -

Re: [AFMUG] Optical SFPs

2018-11-29 Thread Carl Peterson
nks > > > > Adam > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Calix Managed Wi-Fi Solutions overview for WISP's - Dec 13th - Please Register below

2018-12-07 Thread Carl Peterson
alix.com] <http://www.calix.com/> > > > > *Cory Polman* > > Regional Vice President Sales - West > > *M* 612.360.1426 > > *F* 707.283.3495 > > > *Email: * cory.pol...@calix.com > > > > 1035 N. McDowell Boulevard > Petaluma, CA 94954 > > *T* 707.766.3000 >

Re: [AFMUG] Eltek Valere J series -48 or +48

2018-11-27 Thread Carl Peterson
t the neutral and isolate the chassis? >>> >>> >>> >>> -- >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] cnMaestro Cloud - anyone using it to manage customer routers (cnpilot home series)?

2018-11-19 Thread Carl Peterson
or put > them all under one AP group, and use the less-than-friendly custom > overrides to maintain individual SSIDs, WPA keys, etc.. > > How are you guys doing it? > > thank you, > Vlad > > > > > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] cnMaestro Cloud - anyone using it to manage customer routers (cnpilot home series)?

2018-11-19 Thread Carl Peterson
We use it for configuration. The hardest part is inventory control since we don't have sterilized inventory in Netsuite. We get around this by doing an import when new inventory comes in with the Description set to "R201-BALT_WH" pr R201-BALT_WH" etc. That way when an order comes in, the office

Re: [AFMUG] Why some places don't have broadband yet

2019-01-03 Thread Carl Peterson
gt; >> > I just got a quote for make-ready on a 2 mile stretch. >> > $593,000 >> > >> > I guess those 8 households will remain unserved because eff that. >> > >> > >> >> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com &

Re: [AFMUG] Drop Termination Closures

2019-01-03 Thread Carl Peterson
ess and also >>> whether this is a stupid idea to start with. >>> >>> -Adam >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> >> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Drop Termination Closures

2019-01-03 Thread Carl Peterson
on both the termination process and also >>>> whether this is a stupid idea to start with. >>>> >>>> -Adam >>>> -- >>>> AF mailing list >>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>> >>> >>> >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > > > -- > Regards, > Chuck > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] FS: Netonix

2018-11-30 Thread Carl Peterson
Co-Owner > Amarillo Wireless | 806.316.5071 > C: 806.231.7180 > http://www.amarillowireless.net > [image: Image removed by sender.] <http://www.amarillowireless.net> > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.

Re: [AFMUG] combo DC surge plus fiber slack storage

2018-12-19 Thread Carl Peterson
afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] OT: Tax cut my ass...

2019-03-29 Thread Carl Peterson
st got my completed 2018 tax return. I'm kind of stunned. My income went > up by 8%, but my tax liability went up by 417% > > > -- > bp > part15sbs{at}gmail{dot}com > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > --

Re: [AFMUG] [*] Re: [*] corrective optics

2019-03-28 Thread Carl Peterson
e on the old 2.4 Stingers would correct that. > > > > Cambium seems to be sharing antenna designs between ePMP and 450, so the > same issues probably exist in the corresponding ePMP products. > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman

Re: [AFMUG] OT: Tax cut my ass...

2019-04-01 Thread Carl Peterson
ized-deductions >> > > >> > > >> > > Mortgages are capped at $750k for new mortgages after Dec 31, 2017. >> > > https://www.irs.gov/publications/p936 >> > > >> > >> > -- >> > AF mailing list >> > AF@af.afmug.com >> > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > >> > >> > >> > -- >> > AF mailing list >> > AF@af.afmug.com >> > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> >> >> >> -- >> - Forrest >> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] 10 mile fiber

2019-03-06 Thread Carl Peterson
at you've had a few cases >>>>>>>> where direct burial took a long time/difficulties to fix? >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> Now working in the long-distance/underground industry, doing all >>>>>>>> the planning and permitting, I've seen our guys pull up things - >>>>>>>> including >>>>>>>> a boulder the size of a car - from the ground so that they could get >>>>>>>> that >>>>>>>> conduit through. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> On Sat, Dec 22, 2018 at 10:48 AM Chuck McCown >>>>>>>> wrote: >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> I never do direct burial any more. Not even on drops. Generally I >>>>>>>> install an extra duct, I like duralines future path products if I can >>>>>>>> justify the expense. I need to learn how to install microduct into >>>>>>>> regular >>>>>>>> duct. I am sure I can pull it but I would like to figure out how to >>>>>>>> blow >>>>>>>> it. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> *From:* Colin Stanners >>>>>>>> *Sent:* Saturday, December 22, 2018 9:42 AM >>>>>>>> *To:* AnimalFarm Microwave Users Group >>>>>>>> *Subject:* Re: [AFMUG] 10 mile fiber >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> I try hard to steer clear of direct-burying cable, which is much >>>>>>>> easier to damage and extremely time-consuming to repair, unless it's a >>>>>>>> non-crucial line (e.g. standard residential customer, although those we >>>>>>>> currently put in conduit as well, to keep future risk and repair costs >>>>>>>> low). >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> If this customer is paying 1/4 million to get a line installed, >>>>>>>> it's probably crucial. One day when that line gets hit, if it's in >>>>>>>> conduit >>>>>>>> it's likely possible to get it repaired within hours to a day. I've >>>>>>>> even >>>>>>>> heard of cases of the fiber surviving a conduit-line hit since it's >>>>>>>> "loose" >>>>>>>> inside the conduit and has slack at the ends. If a direct-buried line >>>>>>>> gets >>>>>>>> hit, especially next to a road etc, it may be needed to get locates, >>>>>>>> arrange a drill, electrical/gas line safety watch, etc, possibly even >>>>>>>> arrange more permitting for a new vault, which will often move time to >>>>>>>> repair to days or a week+. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> On Sat, Dec 22, 2018 at 9:28 AM Chris Fabien >>>>>>>> wrote: >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> Steve in our area we could do that "on the cheap" with 12 or 24 >>>>>>>> count cable direct buried for around 100k. There are so many variables >>>>>>>> though. You really need someone who has done work in that area and is >>>>>>>> familiar with permitting costs and requirements. I'd it's so rural >>>>>>>> that you >>>>>>>> can plow the bulk of it and you are OK with direct bury you can save a >>>>>>>> ton >>>>>>>> of money vs putting it all in duct. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> Personally I run at least 24 strands on any run that's going >>>>>>>> "somewhere". Dead end runs can be 12F. >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> On Sat, Dec 22, 2018, 1:46 AM Steve Jones < >>>>>>>> thatoneguyst...@gmail.com wrote: >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> If a guy wanted to get fiber in the ground, non aerial between two >>>>>>>> buildings to replace an existing licensed 1.3 gb link. Crosses 3 >>>>>>>> creek/ditches, 10 rural intersections, 10 rural town blocks. What >>>>>>>> would be >>>>>>>> needed? >>>>>>>> I would guess that duct is the best thing to put it in, innerduct >>>>>>>> being better. >>>>>>>> I'd guess 96+ count isn't going to cost any more per strand to put >>>>>>>> in the duct than 2 (not the cost of the fiber itself) >>>>>>>> Lots of dark strands and duct space is probably lucrative to have >>>>>>>> just in case. >>>>>>>> Slack, handholes, vaults, etc, what would you put in there? 10 or >>>>>>>> so customers on the path so not a ftth type thing. >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> -- >>>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>>>>> >>>>>>> -- >>>>>>> Tim Cailloux >>>>>>> Southern Internet -- Locally Owned and Operated >>>>>>> t...@southern-internet.com >>>>>>> (404) 406-9911 >>>>>>> -- >>>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> -- >>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>> >>>>>> -- >>>>>> AF mailing list >>>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>>> >>>>> -- >>>>> AF mailing list >>>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>>> >>>> -- >>>> AF mailing list >>>> AF@af.afmug.com >>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>> >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> >> >> -- >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > > > -- > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] OT: Extending patch panel cables 2'

2019-03-05 Thread Carl Peterson
g to ensure that they > don't pull loose? Or would it be kosher to move the 12-position patch > panel onto a wall stud, and just plug the patch panel extensions into it? > > Maybe something else? > > > -- > > bp > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@a

Re: [AFMUG] Zero Touch Config on Cambium

2019-03-07 Thread Carl Peterson
#18 Suite 304 Guaynabo, PR 00968 > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] PPPoE

2019-03-08 Thread Carl Peterson
But why PPPoE and not IPoE? Headend cost? On Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 4:07 PM Carl Peterson wrote: > Redundant PPPoE servers are fine. Just like Redundant DHCP servers. > VLAN works fine > no idea on V6, we moved to IPoE > > On Fri, Mar 8, 2019 at 2:49 PM Adam Moffett wrote: >

Re: [AFMUG] PPPoE

2019-03-08 Thread Carl Peterson
sign v6 addresses, but I'm wondering if it can do both v4 > and v6 at the same time. > > Anything else a newb should do or not do? > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NET

[AFMUG] 450M POE

2019-02-08 Thread Carl Peterson
I know we have covered this a few times. Will the TP-DCDC-4856G-VHP power the 450M. In other locations I'm running a DC-DC converter and then running it through one of Chucks APC style injectors but I'd prefer an all in one for this location.

Re: [AFMUG] [ External ] 450M POE

2019-02-08 Thread Carl Peterson
> I would hate for it to be working, then cut out or reset due to some > traffic condition exceeding the capability of a 70W rated supply. > > > > Matt > > > > *From:* AF *On Behalf Of * Carl Peterson > *Sent:* Friday, February 8, 2019 2:06 PM > *To:* AnimalFarm Micr

Re: [AFMUG] Lube for Backhaul O-rings?

2019-02-11 Thread Carl Peterson
I use chapstick. > On Feb 11, 2019, at 7:45 PM, Charles Raber wrote: > > Use plumbers’ grease or keg lube It’s cheap and meant for rubber, plastic and > metal parts. Petroleum based products will cause issues with plastic/rubber > over time. I suspect dielectric grease would still be

[AFMUG] 10Gig at 5.25 miles?

2019-02-19 Thread Carl Peterson
Assuming this just ins't possible in the real world but I thought I'd throw it at the list and see if anyone knew of anything even if it cost an arm an and a leg. Obviously wireless, fiber would be too easy. -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410

Re: [AFMUG] 10Gig at 5.25 miles?

2019-02-19 Thread Carl Peterson
of >> $20k, so probably a $160,000+ solution. >> >> Definitely no guarantee you have all that bandwidth available to be >> licensed, but it's not impossible. >> >> >> On 2/19/2019 12:35 PM, Carl Peterson wrote: >> >> Assuming this just ins't possible

[AFMUG] TR69 ACS for Calix GPON

2019-01-29 Thread Carl Peterson
Pricing for Calix Cloud, even just for device management, seems to be excessive so I'm looking for other tr69 configuration/support platforms that might work with 844x ONTs. Any thoughts or suggestions? -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] TR69 ACS for Calix GPON

2019-01-30 Thread Carl Peterson
Hey Ryan, Does Friendly-tech sell rControl while ReadyNET sell a hosted version of rControl? Are you using it with Calix or just other CPE? On Wed, Jan 30, 2019 at 9:07 AM Carl Peterson wrote: > I always feel like we are getting much worse pricing then other people > which makes m

Re: [AFMUG] TR69 ACS for Calix GPON

2019-01-30 Thread Carl Peterson
ord > it.. > > On Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 4:25 PM Ryan's Amplex wrote: > >> We felt the same about Calix let alone the poor communication. We went >> with purchasing our own and hosting it locally. www.friendly-tech.com >> >> Ryan >> >> > On Jan 29, 2019, at 5:

Re: [AFMUG] OT sooo close

2019-01-30 Thread Carl Peterson
om/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Centurylink/Level3 Bandwidth

2019-02-01 Thread Carl Peterson
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Re: [AFMUG] RADMUX IP-24

2019-04-10 Thread Carl Peterson
I'm guessing it has a timing source and doesn't like rollover > On Apr 10, 2019, at 9:02 PM, Matt Hoppes > wrote: > > Anyone here experienced with the RADMUX IP-24? > > I have a pair that's been working fine to transport a T1 line over our IP > network for months. > > A few days ago it

Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation

2019-04-09 Thread Carl Peterson
witch with the DHCP server built in > costs. > > *From:* Carl Peterson > *Sent:* Tuesday, April 9, 2019 10:42 AM > *To:* AnimalFarm Microwave Users Group > *Subject:* Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation > > We are using a few Ignite fusion fiber switches. Big complaint i

Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation

2019-04-09 Thread Carl Peterson
I just looked up my GE24 card pricing and it isn't completely insane. Just doesn't really work for residential. On Tue, Apr 9, 2019 at 2:23 PM Carl Peterson wrote: > I see that they advertise that as a feature. I run EXA, haven't moved > over to AXOS yet so I could be missing a lot.

Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation

2019-04-09 Thread Carl Peterson
ch I trialed and multiple > models of Mikrotik, haven't tried them subsequently. > > On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, Carl Peterson > wrote: > >> We are using a few Ignite fusion fiber switches. Big complaint is that >> there is some strange incompatibility with 844GEs whe

Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation

2019-04-09 Thread Carl Peterson
which gives you 48 ports in 1U and nothing left in your pocket. On Tue, Apr 9, 2019 at 2:00 PM Carl Peterson wrote: > I don't. I mean I do have a bunch of 12GE cards in E7-2 chassis but don't > use them for subs. Why would you want to run DHCP on your switch? > > On Tue, Apr 9, 201

Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation

2019-04-09 Thread Carl Peterson
a box. > > *From:* Carl Peterson > *Sent:* Tuesday, April 9, 2019 1:00 PM > *To:* AnimalFarm Microwave Users Group > *Subject:* Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation > > I don't. I mean I do have a bunch of 12GE cards in E7-2 chassis but don't > use them for subs. Why would you w

Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation

2019-04-09 Thread Carl Peterson
t still >> rackmount that wont take issue with HP LACP on the other side of the link >> if that matters? Ive heard good/bad on the mikrotik switches. These >> currently only need up to 2gbps aggregate, but that will probably change >> over time. Im not opposed to full SFP, but on o

Re: [AFMUG] Boring Accident

2019-04-10 Thread Carl Peterson
listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Real 5G review

2019-05-17 Thread Carl Peterson
, > because you wouldn’t be able to count on it. But maybe things are changing. > > > > > > *From:* AF *On Behalf Of *Carl Peterson > *Sent:* Friday, May 17, 2019 9:26 AM > *To:* AnimalFarm Microwave Users Group > *Subject:* [AFMUG] Real 5G review > > > > First Ho

[AFMUG] Real 5G review

2019-05-17 Thread Carl Peterson
First Honest assessment of an actual 5G network I've seen that isn't marketing or sour grapes. https://www.theverge.com/2019/5/16/18628080/verizon-5g-network-gigabit-1gbps-download-speeds -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Squirrels and fiber

2019-06-04 Thread Carl Peterson
whats a grass alley? On Tue, Jun 4, 2019 at 1:57 PM Mark Radabaugh wrote: > Is the fiber armored or just single jacket? > > We have repaired a number of the ADSS cables that the school district ran > that have been chewed by squirrels.So far we have not seen any damage > to the armored

[AFMUG] Cable for using Packetflux JR AUX on legacy 450

2019-06-07 Thread Carl Peterson
the pinning from the Aux Port pinout to the 6p6c pinout, although our Syncbox Junior Timing Port version <http://store.packetflux.com/syncbox-junior-timing-port-version/> may be easier to use for this application. -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Bal

Re: [AFMUG] Mandatory OT

2019-06-07 Thread Carl Peterson
What if rather then calling in sick they just told you no? Would you prefer that? On Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 10:26 AM Ken Hohhof wrote: > Some people have a second job or classes. Or a tightly choreographed > schedule around a working spouse and childcare. Occasionally it’s a > religious issue

Re: [AFMUG] Cable for using Packetflux JR AUX on legacy 450

2019-06-07 Thread Carl Peterson
Thanks George On Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 1:40 PM George Skorup wrote: > > http://community.cambiumnetworks.com/t5/PMP-FAQ/Cable-Diagram-for-450i-and-450m-to-UGPS/m-p/52198#U52198 > > On 6/7/2019 12:58 PM, Carl Peterson wrote: > > Anyone have the pinouts to make a JR AUX to legac

Re: [AFMUG] SpaceX Says Its 60 Starlink Satellites Are All Phoning Home (and Fading Out) | Space

2019-06-03 Thread Carl Peterson
Only 10 launches a year on F9. Say 15m for S2, 10m for S1 (assume 5x reuse & refurb cost). So 1/4b per year in launch costs. Assume another 1/4b for the birds and 1/4b for ops. You've got a world wide network for 3/4b per year. > On Jun 3, 2019, at 5:55 PM, Matt Hoppes > wrote: > >

Re: [AFMUG] MST to SCU or LCU patch cables

2019-06-14 Thread Carl Peterson
> need a way to protect it. > > Mark > > On Jun 13, 2019, at 6:05 PM, Carl Peterson > wrote: > > You would think so but the options are: > > FTTX Solutions > > H > > Hardened ASC > > 0 > > Stub end/none > > J > > SC/APC Connector

Re: [AFMUG] Fw: Mounting Brackets

2019-06-14 Thread Carl Peterson
gt; -- > *Jay Weekley* > *Cyber Broadband > * > > --- > This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. > https://www.avg.com > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] GPON and DWDM on same fiber?

2019-06-18 Thread Carl Peterson
gt;>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >>> >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> >> >> -- >> -Louis >> >> NTInet >> O: 803-533-1660 X 207 >> C: 803-997-0004 >> > > > -- > -Louis > > NTInet > O: 803-533-1660 X 207 > C: 803-997-0004 > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

[AFMUG] MST to SCU or LCU patch cables

2019-06-13 Thread Carl Peterson
Anyone know if these exist? I.e if you put an MST on a tower and wanted to run a patch cable to a BiDi optic? -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] MST to SCU or LCU patch cables

2019-06-13 Thread Carl Peterson
ferred connector on the house side. > > On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 1:19 PM Carl Peterson > wrote: > >> Anyone know if these exist? I.e if you put an MST on a tower and wanted >> to run a patch cable to a BiDi optic? >> >> >> >> -- >> AF mailing lis

Re: [AFMUG] uptime monitoring

2019-06-20 Thread Carl Peterson
e has already done it. Really simple, ping something like Google DNS > every 30 seconds. If it is down, record the time. When it comes back > record the time. > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *

Re: [AFMUG] Cable De-Spooler

2019-05-23 Thread Carl Peterson
Cambium! Put it in a figure 8! > On May 23, 2019, at 7:00 PM, Nate Burke wrote: > > I'm getting more and more cables that do not come on a spool, but were rolled > up on a spool (preterminated Fiber cables - Cambium, I'm looking at you). > Small bundles, like <12" in diameter. They're

Re: [AFMUG] LightPointe

2019-05-06 Thread Carl Peterson
ug.com >>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>> >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> -- >> AF mailing list >> AF@af.afmug.com >> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >> > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Real threat

2019-04-18 Thread Carl Peterson
ould. I > >> fault the cable companies and Intel for not putting up more funding. > >> > > > > > > Were they ever supposed to succeed, or was it a spectrum lease play > > where they'd eventually bank enough EBS leases to sell? > > > > -- &g

Re: [AFMUG] Flat drop clamp/hanger

2019-05-03 Thread Carl Peterson
made for flat drop cable? > >> > >> I've been putting in a flex clip and then zip tieing to the flex > >> clip. > >> I realized today that this is stupid and there must be a better way. > >> > >> Thanks, > >> Adam > >

Re: [AFMUG] Fw: Fwd: Fwd: Still need help 50v DC regulator 6-10A

2019-07-12 Thread Carl Peterson
You could replace the metrolinq with siklu and not worry about voltage ~36-72 -/+ > On Jul 12, 2019, at 3:36 PM, Sterling Jacobson wrote: > > I typically make that decision on a case by case basis. > > I’m designing these cabinets to have a transfer plug so I can show up and > plug in a

[AFMUG] POE Fuse, GDT surge, or both at rack before Netonix Switch

2019-07-01 Thread Carl Peterson
for the APC style slots? I feel like I've asked this before. -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] POE Fuse, GDT surge, or both at rack before Netonix Switch

2019-07-01 Thread Carl Peterson
nix supplying POE should be connected to any surge suppressor. If > you want to protect that line run it through a fuse first then to the surge > suppressor and on to the rest of the circuit. > > *From:* Carl Peterson > *Sent:* Monday, July 1, 2019 8:55 AM > *To:* AnimalFarm

Re: [AFMUG] SFP Switch recomendation

2019-04-09 Thread Carl Peterson
t; -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] DC/DC converter question

2019-04-10 Thread Carl Peterson
9 3:31 PM, Christopher Tyler wrote: > >> Turns out the whole shelter's bus was wired backwards when we got it. > Red > > is negative and black is positive. Not sure what the ground is relative > to, > > not sure it really matters at this point but I'll check that out

Re: [AFMUG] Logging into Bridgewave80 without knowing the IPS?

2019-08-12 Thread Carl Peterson
ug.com >>>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>>> >>> -- >>> AF mailing list >>> AF@af.afmug.com >>> http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com >>> >> >> >> -- >> -- >> *Sam L

Re: [AFMUG] Cambium PTP450b QinQ

2019-08-02 Thread Carl Peterson
On 450 AP/SM You set Vlan type to QInQ on the SM, ethertype to 0x8100 on the AP. Guessing it would be similar on the PTP. It doesn't overwrite, it adds a second 0x8100 tag. (We do this for out 4948s which don't support 0x81a8) > On Aug 2, 2019, at 7:25 PM, Matt Mays wrote: > > Try not

Re: [AFMUG] Logging into Bridgewave80 without knowing the IPS?

2019-08-12 Thread Carl Peterson
5-758-7598 Office > www.Taosnet.com <http://www.newmex.com> > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Reselling Electricity

2019-08-21 Thread Carl Peterson
g a reseller for a wholesale > >> electric company? > > At scale, that's effectively what a data center becomes... > > > > Never thought about it on bigger scale. > > > > -- > > AF mailing list > > AF@af.afmug.com > > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > > > > > > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553 Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 637-3707 -- AF mailing list AF@af.afmug.com http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com

Re: [AFMUG] Urgent message for Chuck Macenski!

2019-08-29 Thread Carl Peterson
efinitely be on there. > > > > > > Honestly, Ubiquiti is a lost cause. All other major manufacturers have > > put SFPs on radios. > > > But it's air *fiber*, it's already got it, see? > > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.co

Re: [AFMUG] Using Surge Suppressors at CPE? Who does it?

2019-08-29 Thread Carl Peterson
> *Sam Lambie* > Taosnet Wireless Tech. > 575-758-7598 Office > www.Taosnet.com <http://www.newmex.com> > -- > AF mailing list > AF@af.afmug.com > http://af.afmug.com/mailman/listinfo/af_af.afmug.com > -- Carl Peterson *PORT NETWORKS* 401 E Pratt St, Ste 2553

Re: [AFMUG] Reselling Electricity

2019-08-23 Thread Carl Peterson
ndmills extract energy from wind, > they would actually DECREASE wind locally. Might be pretty hard to measure > though. > > > bp > > > > On 8/22/2019 2:18 PM, Carl Peterson wrote: > > I believe that mountain lions go downwind to stalk their prey. Is there > any

Re: [AFMUG] Reselling Electricity

2019-08-22 Thread Carl Peterson
them. > >>> >> > >>> >> > >>> >> bp > >>> >> > >>> >> > >>> >> On 8/21/2019 3:11 PM, Chuck McCown wrote: > >>> >>> Wind kills bats and rapto

Re: [AFMUG] Reselling Electricity

2019-08-22 Thread Carl Peterson
I believe that mountain lions go downwind to stalk their prey. Is there any chance that the increased wind caused by the windmills has led to an influx of mountain lions because their prey is easier to stalk? Somebody should look into this. On Thu, Aug 22, 2019 at 4:08 PM Carl Peterson wrote

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