Re: [WISPA] porno stopper

2005-09-12 Thread Ron Wallace
Ray  Jean,

WebLocker lists many Internet filters, would you recommend a 
specific one?

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www.weblocker.com is free..
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I just got this message from a sub.

Do you also have any software that I can install the 
prevents my children 
(and me for that matter) from accessing questionable 
content?



 Who recommends what and where can I get it?

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[WISPA] OSPF

2005-09-12 Thread robert
How can I setup the canopywireless using OSPF and partition this in areas
for different towerts?
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RE: [WISPA] porno stopper

2005-09-12 Thread David Weddell
We have a solution for preventing questionable content onto your network. It
is both a plug in or a server solution. Contact me offlist and I can hook
you up with the details.

Regards,

David Weddell

Director of Sales

 

260 273 2662 Cell

260 827 2551 Office

800 363 4881 Ext 2551 Toll Free

 

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www.oibw.net

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I just got this message from a sub.  


Do you also have any software that I can install the prevents my children
(and me for that matter) from accessing questionable content?
  



Who recommends what and where can I get it?

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RE: [WISPA] porno stopper

2005-09-12 Thread Eric Rogers
Why not bring this to the WISP forum for members instead of being private, I am 
sure others would be interested.
 
Eric



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We have a solution for preventing questionable content onto your network. It
is both a plug in or a server solution. Contact me offlist and I can hook
you up with the details.

Regards,

David Weddell

Director of Sales



260 273 2662 Cell

260 827 2551 Office

800 363 4881 Ext 2551 Toll Free



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www.oibw.net

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I just got this message from a sub. 


Do you also have any software that I can install the prevents my children
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RE: [WISPA] Kelly WISP Incident

2005-09-12 Thread Jon Price
VERY good point at the end there Mark. Gotta document and photograph this
stuff in order to help make the world aware of what's happening. Powerful
examples for the industry as a whole.
jp


 
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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Mark Koskenmaki
Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 9:35 AM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Kelly WISP Incident

This list is public.  It's going to be out and around.  But Ill repeat my
posting in response...  There doesn't seem to be all that much overlap
between the lists...
=
We're all irked that we got jerked around a bit by the desk-sitters.
However, this is not all that surprising.   I wrote early on that both FEMA
and ARC are totally top-down organizations, and each is dedicated to using
thier list of contacts in the rolodex, so to speak.

They see SBC they think they're big, they can do it.

The media has the same problem.

The public has the same perception.

Once all this dies down, and I think it'll be 6 mo or more,  there has to be
a process where t he FCC introduces us to the top guys at FEMA, and like the
HAM operators, we get on the list of people to call.   The HAM guys are
well organized, they have disaster drills to work outside the box, they have
a lot of flexible technology.   They work in small teams, have a relatively
small organization, and are konwn for nimble movements and the ability to go
anywhere for what they do.

Of course, some of us WISP's do the same kind of  flexible, outside the box
stuff daily.

This business of replacing infrastructure to some remote place with no power
or anything... that's not even a challenge to me.   I can do it as a matter
of course - as can a whole pile of WISP's.   A few are technology locked,
and are the same one hammer for all nails that SBC and Time Warner have,
but are very much the exception to this rule.   Especially us RURAL wisp's
who are not even challenged by the thought of not having power, no support
infrastructure, etc, can and should be key players.   We should be called
and on the road meeting t he HAM guys who show up to help us deploy - they
would be the perfect partner.

I wrote once before that if all we did here was create the first large-scale
disaster drill for WISP's, and are never officially tasked, it has been
worth it.   I still maintain that view.   However, when the beaurocracy
has become so  calcified as it now appears to be, this could be much harder
to accomplish, than any other task we could be asked to do.   Frankly,
lighting up the gulf coast and getting every critical need communication is
child's play, compared to getting the powers that be to recognize that
ability and put it to work.

ONE of the things we MUST do is document, photograph, and then produce a
story of our own, how we did on the ground  local-level stuff and how it
can be life-saving in times of urgent need.This is how and WHAT the HAM
community did.

Well, that's just off the top of my head...  But maybe it's worthy of
consideration.

Mark



North East Oregon Fastnet, LLC 509-593-4061 personal correspondence to:
mark at neofast dot net sales inquiries to:  purchasing at neofast dot net
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From: Steve Stroh [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 7:57 AM
Subject: [WISPA] Kelly WISP Incident



 (While I haven't followed the WISPA list very closely lately, I saw
 some postings there about Kelly that led me to believe that I should
 also post this on the WISPA General list. It was originally posted to
 the emergency-relief list.)

 On Saturday, September 7, 2005, the team of WISPs pre-positioned at the
 former Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas to provide Internet
 access for the large Hurricane Katrina relief camp there discovered
 that SBC has been onsite at Kelly for approximately one week installing
 communications infrastructure. SBC personnel stated that SBC would be
 able to provide all telephone and Internet access that the relief camp
 will need.

 To understand this turn of events, a brief sequence of events is in
 order.

 1) In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the FCC requested various
 entities nominally under its jurisdiction to keep it informed of
 capabilities and plans to restore communications in the affected area.

 2) PART-15.ORG responded to the FCC request, explaining that WISPs in
 the affected area were asking for donated systems and labor to provide
 Internet access to relief shelters and key agencies such as law
 enforcement agencies whose facilities were no longer usable or
 operational.

 3) Following up on PART-15.ORG's input, 

Re: [WISPA] Kelly WISP Incident

2005-09-12 Thread Tom DeReggi

Frankly,
lighting up the gulf coast and getting every critical need communication 
is

child's play, compared to getting the powers that be to recognize that
ability and put it to work.


AMEN!


ONE of the things we MUST do is document, photograph, and then produce a
story of our own, how we did on the ground  local-level stuff and how it
can be life-saving in times of urgent need.This is how and WHAT the 
HAM

community did.


I agree.

On the commercial front, our whole business revolves around catering to 
small emergencies.  Customer moves in, DSL not ready, employee start today, 
and need broadband yesterday.  We jump take care of it. I'd argue that that 
what WISPs have been trained by circumstance to be able to do it well.  So 
why not call on us, when it really matter, for real emergencies.  I'm not 
saying that we have to be the only one they rely on, call the big companies 
to, but its just plain stupid not taking advantage of the expertise 
available to the fullest.  And it shouldn't have to be just VOLUNTEER 
effort.  I'd also argue that its probably more customer awareness than 
stupidity. We have spent years lobbying the FCC, but who has lobbied FEMA in 
advance of a tragedy?


I firmly believe the whole nation has to re-look at dissater recovery, from 
the perspective of WISPs being involved. Build out the networks proactively. 
Its about true redundancy and diverse routes from different technologies, to 
prevent this type of disaster. My fear is it may strengthen Municipality's 
arguement to take self control of the problem.  I hope the industry will 
recognize how WISPs can help solve this problem.


Sometimes it take a tragidy to open peoples eyes. I thought after 9/11, and 
the call to light up Metricom's old network, that we would have already been 
in people's dissaster recover programs.  Thank go for people like MAC's team 
that had the flexibilty to jsut jump into the fire and help.


Unfortunetatly, you guys in the middle of the action, are the ones capable 
to gather the info to document.  Hopefully, you'll get a lot of it 
documented as you go. You'll never get all the details after the fact. 
Pcitures tell a million words. Quotes from people you help, as well.


UNfortuneately, I haven't neen able to volunteer onsite. My father was 
scheduled in for brain surgery the week of, and suffering from a hole in his 
lung this week, and needs close care. My attention is needed at home right 
now. But if anyone can think of ways I can help from my desk here in 
Maryland, don't hesitate to ask. Its also just a 30 minute drive for me to 
DC, if a face is needed in DC for something.


Tom DeReggi
RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc


Well, that's just off the top of my head...  But maybe it's worthy of
consideration.

Mark



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sales inquiries to:  purchasing at neofast dot net
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From: Steve Stroh [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 7:57 AM
Subject: [WISPA] Kelly WISP Incident




(While I haven't followed the WISPA list very closely lately, I saw
some postings there about Kelly that led me to believe that I should
also post this on the WISPA General list. It was originally posted to
the emergency-relief list.)

On Saturday, September 7, 2005, the team of WISPs pre-positioned at the
former Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas to provide Internet
access for the large Hurricane Katrina relief camp there discovered
that SBC has been onsite at Kelly for approximately one week installing
communications infrastructure. SBC personnel stated that SBC would be
able to provide all telephone and Internet access that the relief camp
will need.

To understand this turn of events, a brief sequence of events is in
order.

1) In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the FCC requested various
entities nominally under its jurisdiction to keep it informed of
capabilities and plans to restore communications in the affected area.

2) PART-15.ORG responded to the FCC request, explaining that WISPs in
the affected area were asking for donated systems and labor to provide
Internet access to relief shelters and key agencies such as law
enforcement agencies whose facilities were no longer usable or
operational.

3) Following up on PART-15.ORG’s input, the FCC requested PART-15.ORG
to submit more detailed “capabilities” documentation. As part of such
documentation, a “template” plan for providing communications to the
recently designated relief shelter at Kelly Air Force Base was
included. The “Kelly plan” would provide wireless backhaul, inter-base
distribution, Wi-Fi in all shelter areas, VOIP telephony, and computers
for shelter resident use, most of which would be operational within 48
hours of access to the base.

4) The FCC was impressed 

[WISPA] Fw:Show support

2005-09-12 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181
Another great reason to support ISPCon if you can.  (For those that don't 
know, Jon is the show owner.)


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(408) 907-6910 (Vonage)Consulting services
42846865 (icq)And I run my own wisp!
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To: 'WISPA Board Members List' [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 9:32 AM
Subject: RE:



Reprimand accepted. I've been working with Jon Price (ISPCON).  He just
donated $2000 through the WISPA paypal account.  He is also considering a
discount to vendors for booth space if they will donate to the WISPA 
effort.

He will be sending me the press release soon I hope.

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482 Office
260-307-4000 Cell
260-918-4340 VoIP
www.oibw.net
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[WISPA] Shipping still to Rayville?

2005-09-12 Thread Barry at Mutual Data
Hello wireless,

  Are we still shipping to Rayville for stuff?

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Re: [WISPA] LA team update

2005-09-12 Thread Mac Dearman

Good morning everyone,


  We are running around finishing up the needed packing as well as 
rolling up the 40x80 tent and getting it in the trailer this morning. We 
are trying to be sure that we save enough room in the trailer to roll my 
big BBQ pitt  in the wagon as well. It seems a lot of the men have taken 
a liking to it put the requestion in for it.


  Can you haul port-a-pottys' with the chemical in them? We have two on 
site here and it sure would be nice to take them with us as the sewer 
systems down there are non functional. We have a 18 wheeler trailer (dry 
box) that we are using to make the move in and would have (make enough 
room for) these two if they can be transported.


 We are going down to bring Internet connectivity, PCs and VOIP to 
three places initially. One is a shelter that has 300+ evacuees that are 
local to Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi. One of them is the camp site of 
City Team and one other camp other than our own.


We are also splitting up and making a second team with a relay yard 
in Alexandria, Louisiana where there are so many shelters without any of 
the resources that we are providing. The big trailer will initially be 
deployed in Alexandria. Our intentions are to provide as long and as 
fast as we can. We will be pulling out of here after while headed South.


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Maximum Access, LLC.
www.inetsouth.com
318-728-8600 - Rayville
318-303-4229
318-303-4231
318-450-4349 - Monroe, La
318-303-4227 - NOC


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RE: [WISPA] LA team update

2005-09-12 Thread Rick Harnish
Good Luck Mac and team,

We are still working on the backend to get more support for your work.  

Just put Jim Patient on the Port-a-Potty and ducttape around him.  That
should seal at least one of them up real good!

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482 Office
260-307-4000 Cell
260-918-4340 VoIP
www.oibw.net
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
  
 


-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Mac Dearman
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 12:00 PM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] LA team update

Good morning everyone,


   We are running around finishing up the needed packing as well as 
rolling up the 40x80 tent and getting it in the trailer this morning. We 
are trying to be sure that we save enough room in the trailer to roll my 
big BBQ pitt  in the wagon as well. It seems a lot of the men have taken 
a liking to it put the requestion in for it.

   Can you haul port-a-pottys' with the chemical in them? We have two on 
site here and it sure would be nice to take them with us as the sewer 
systems down there are non functional. We have a 18 wheeler trailer (dry 
box) that we are using to make the move in and would have (make enough 
room for) these two if they can be transported.

  We are going down to bring Internet connectivity, PCs and VOIP to 
three places initially. One is a shelter that has 300+ evacuees that are 
local to Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi. One of them is the camp site of 
City Team and one other camp other than our own.

 We are also splitting up and making a second team with a relay yard 
in Alexandria, Louisiana where there are so many shelters without any of 
the resources that we are providing. The big trailer will initially be 
deployed in Alexandria. Our intentions are to provide as long and as 
fast as we can. We will be pulling out of here after while headed South.

-- 
Mac Dearman
Maximum Access, LLC.
www.inetsouth.com
318-728-8600 - Rayville
318-303-4229
318-303-4231
318-450-4349 - Monroe, La
318-303-4227 - NOC


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Re: [WISPA] Kelly WISP Incident

2005-09-12 Thread Tom DeReggi

What I find interesting is why SBC was allowed access sooner than WISPs?

Maybe they felt SBC had the right to correct their own outages themselves, 
first?


I wonder if their millions of donations in other areas had anything to do 
with it? Politics?


Tom DeReggi
RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc
IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband

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From: Steve Stroh [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2005 10:57 AM
Subject: [WISPA] Kelly WISP Incident



(While I haven't followed the WISPA list very closely lately, I saw
some postings there about Kelly that led me to believe that I should
also post this on the WISPA General list. It was originally posted to
the emergency-relief list.)

On Saturday, September 7, 2005, the team of WISPs pre-positioned at the
former Kelly Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas to provide Internet
access for the large Hurricane Katrina relief camp there discovered
that SBC has been onsite at Kelly for approximately one week installing
communications infrastructure. SBC personnel stated that SBC would be
able to provide all telephone and Internet access that the relief camp
will need.

To understand this turn of events, a brief sequence of events is in
order.

1) In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the FCC requested various
entities nominally under its jurisdiction to keep it informed of
capabilities and plans to restore communications in the affected area.

2) PART-15.ORG responded to the FCC request, explaining that WISPs in
the affected area were asking for donated systems and labor to provide
Internet access to relief shelters and key agencies such as law
enforcement agencies whose facilities were no longer usable or
operational.

3) Following up on PART-15.ORG’s input, the FCC requested PART-15.ORG
to submit more detailed “capabilities” documentation. As part of such
documentation, a “template” plan for providing communications to the
recently designated relief shelter at Kelly Air Force Base was
included. The “Kelly plan” would provide wireless backhaul, inter-base
distribution, Wi-Fi in all shelter areas, VOIP telephony, and computers
for shelter resident use, most of which would be operational within 48
hours of access to the base.

4) The FCC was impressed with the “Kelly plan”, enough so to provide
it to ARC Headquarters IT staff.

5) On Saturday, September 3, PART-15.ORG was told by the FCC that
“The Kelly Plan is a go.” (Exact quote.)

6) Within 24 hours of “Go”, PART-15.ORG mobilized volunteers,
donations, and began developing a management infrastructure to manage
the numerous and overlapping tasks.

7) For an entire week, the growing team of WISPs contacted Kelly
personnel, made technology plans, arranged logistics, and everything
else they could do without actual access onto the base. PART-15.ORG
tried continuously to arrange access through their FCC contacts, and
the local team pressed on its local contacts to arrange access.

8) On Saturday, Sepember 10, the team of WISPs learns of SBC’s work
at Kelly.

Learning of SBC’s work at Kelly was disheartening, to say the least.
For one, the WISP team came fully prepared to install infrastructure
equivalent to SBC’s efforts, but based on Wireless Internet technology,
enabling the installation to be largely complete within 48 hours of
access to the facilities… stymied only by lack of access to Kelly.

One of the most disturbing things about “Kelly WISP incident” is that
the FCC and ARC squandered WISP industry resources by requesting
support for Kelly- resources that would have otherwise been deployed to
support WISPs working directly in the affected areas. The WISP
community invested great effort in mobilizing resources to Kelly –
equipment, labor, design time, formation of an extended management
team, numerous conference calls, time taken away from jobs resulting in
missed paychecks, submission of endless revisions of paperwork to the
FCC, the sleepless nights spent planning for Kelly… the list goes on.
It’s small consolation that PART-15.ORG learned a lot from the “Kelly
WISP Incident” about how to put together a distributed organization.

In the aftermath of the “Kelly WISP Incident”, PART-15.ORG has now
redirected the portions of its assembled resources for Hurricane
Katrina Relief that were intended for Kelly and other FCC and ARC
requests into direct support of WISPs operating in the affected areas,
as WISPA has done from the beginning.

It seems to me that that in widespread disasters, organizations on the
scale of PART-15.ORG, WISPA, and indeed the entire WISP industry may
not be able to, by their nature, effectively interface with very large
organizations on the scale of ARC and FEMA, and probably the FCC. There
seems to be too great a mismatch between the WISP industry and its:
* bias for action,
* distributed membership that can see the conditions in an affected
area and rapidly report them, and
* ability to quickly mobilize support in the affected 

[WISPA] Re: [TowerTalk] [Wisp] [Emergency-Relief] CLIMBERS NEEDED BAD!!

2005-09-12 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181



Got it. Thanks!

Marlon(509) 
982-2181 
Equipment sales(408) 907-6910 
(Vonage) 
Consulting services42846865 
(icq) 
And I run my own wisp!64.146.146.12 (net meeting)www.odessaoffice.com/wirelesswww.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam



  - Original Message - 
  From: 
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 12:14 
  PM
  Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] [Wisp] 
  [Emergency-Relief] CLIMBERS NEEDED BAD!!
  
  
  
  I have a friend who owns a WISP system and I do consult work with him and 
  tower installations. We oculd be availableif the price was 
  right. I am currently up inAlaska doingtower and antenna 
  work for the Coast Guard on consult basis. I will be back inTampa 
  next Monday. You can call me Monday at 727 375 9503.
  
  Bill K4XS
  
  XS Towers-Original Message-From: Marlon 
  K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 [EMAIL PROTECTED]To: Principal WISPA 
  Member List [EMAIL PROTECTED]Cc: Mac Dearman 
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Mon, 12 Sep 
  2005 09:30:18 -0700Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] [Wisp] [Emergency-Relief] 
  CLIMBERS NEEDED BAD!!
  

  Hiya Guys,

Can anyone from the Tower Talk list help this group of WISPs out?  They are 
lighting up the shelters with internet and voip services.

laters,
Marlon
(509) 982-2181   Equipment sales
(408) 907-6910 (Vonage)Consulting services
42846865 (icq)And I run my own wisp!
64.146.146.12 (net meeting)
www.odessaoffice.com/wireless
www.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam



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Subject: [Wisp] [Emergency-Relief] CLIMBERS NEEDED BAD!!


 Brian,

   That is an OUTSTANDING idea and I have a HAM buddy who would love the 
 opportunity to help us more than he has already. He came two days and 
 climbed for free although I offered to pay him. I will give him a call 
 this morning and get him on his HAM radio to make some contacts for us.

 Thanks,

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 Mac Dearman
 Maximum Access, LLC.
 www.inetsouth.com
 318-728-8600 - Rayville
 318-303-4229
 318-303-4231
 318-450-4349 - Monroe, La
 318-303-4227 - NOC



 Brian Webster wrote:

Mac,
 See if you can contact any of the Ham Radio Operators down there. They
should be on the air and might have a few folks in the group who are tower
climbers and would have their gear with them. Maybe you have some hams in
your crew already who would have radios with them to make contact 
directly.
If you can't make any contact let me know and I'll work it from this end.



Thank You,
Brian Webster
214 Eggleston Hill Rd.
Cooperstown, NY 13326
(518) 207-0036 Office Please note new number
(607) 435-3988 Mobile
(208) 692-1898 Fax
www.wirelessmapping.com http://www.wirelessmapping.com
Free World Dialup #481416


-Original Message-
From: Mac Dearman [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 10:48 AM
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Subject: [WISPA] Re: [Emergency-Relief] CLIMBERS NEEDED BAD!!


Bullit, Rick and all

We are in desperate need of a couple tower climbing crews. I have a
fractured Tibia and my foot  leg is swollen as big as my wifes head. We
have TLINK10s to deploy (THANKS TRANGO BROADBAND) and I think we are
about to get all the bandwidth via my fiber we can use. Please, please
- no newbies for tower climbers. We dont want anyone hurt PERIOD. Please
bring your own rigging and safety gear.

I also have access to towers from I-20 corridor in N. Louisiana to
I-10 Corridor  in Southern La. and East across the entire Southern
Louisiana that run to just west of Hattisburg Mississippi. I also think
we are going to be FEMA sanctioned in the next few minutes as they have
called and blessed our efforts here this morning. With or without FEMA's
cards  - - the march has started!!

  Thanks,


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 Mac Dearman
 Maximum Access, LLC.
 www.inetsouth.com
 318-728-8600 - Rayville
 318-303-4229
 318-303-4231
 318-450-4349 - Monroe, La
 318-303-4227 - NOC






Bullit wrote:


This is an urgent request for everyone who is aware of ANY shelter,
camp or other individual or group location that is need of
communcations to please complete the online form
http://www.part-15.org/emergencyrelief/shelter1.asp so we can ship
them the needed personnel or equipment.

We are sending additional teams out and want to ensure we include all
areas in need.

Thanks
Michael





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Re: [WISPA] Fw:Show support

2005-09-12 Thread Jeffrey Thomas
If the donation is going to a NPO, I Think my company could make a  
contribution, or myself personally. So- someone let me know the  
details...



On Sep 12, 2005, at 9:38 AM, Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote:

Another great reason to support ISPCon if you can.  (For those that  
don't know, Jon is the show owner.)


Marlon
(509) 982-2181   Equipment sales
(408) 907-6910 (Vonage)Consulting services
42846865 (icq)And I run my own  
wisp!

64.146.146.12 (net meeting)
www.odessaoffice.com/wireless
www.odessaoffice.com/marlon/cam



- Original Message - From: Rick Harnish  
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Reprimand accepted. I've been working with Jon Price (ISPCON).  He  
just
donated $2000 through the WISPA paypal account.  He is also  
considering a
discount to vendors for booth space if they will donate to the  
WISPA effort.

He will be sending me the press release soon I hope.

Rick Harnish
President
OnlyInternet Broadband  Wireless, Inc.
260-827-2482 Office
260-307-4000 Cell
260-918-4340 VoIP
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[WISPA] Motorola Canopy 2.4

2005-09-12 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello everyone!  I here alot of talk about MT, Star-os, Tranzeo ect. but 
I don't here much about Motorola Canopy.  I was wondering what is 
everyones view on this gear.


Thanks in advance

Bo
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Re: [WISPA] Motorola Canopy 2.4

2005-09-12 Thread John Scrivner
I am sure the gear works well. I am equally sure other systems work well 
and Motorola has made waves with the FCC that have been anti-unlicensed 
and in my opinion negative to the WISP industry. This is my personal 
belief and does not necessarily represent the views of WISPA. I do not 
use a single Motorola product in my network because of Motorola's 
comments to the FCC regarding WISP related NPRMs.

Scriv


Bo Hamilton wrote:

Hello everyone!  I here alot of talk about MT, Star-os, Tranzeo ect. 
but I don't here much about Motorola Canopy.  I was wondering what is 
everyones view on this gear.


Thanks in advance

Bo


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Re: [WISPA] Need Inputs From Hurricane Relief WISP Teams For FCC Presentation on Thursday

2005-09-12 Thread John Scrivner
I believe http://crisis.wispa.org has almost a complete story of what 
has been done to date. It is a blog populated by the WISPs who are doing 
the work with Mac and company. This is where I get my information about 
what they are doing down there. If there are things missing or not 
updated sufficiently I am sure Mac can fill in the blanks for you guys.

Cheers,
Scriv



Steve Stroh wrote:



All:

Michael, as usual, has understated this a bit a bit, so I'll step into 
the role of blatant Public Relations once more.


There's a detailed explanation at 
http://www.part-15.org/emergencyrelief/fcc.html.


Here's the terse version. Michael Anderson, Chairman of PART-15.ORG 
was asked to speak at the upcoming FCC Open Commission Meeting on 
Thursday morning.


His speaking slot is 5 minutes.

It's short in time, but a lot of content can be crammed into it, 
considering that he can breeze through the PowerPoint slides, talk 
fast, and people can look at the replay and the PowerPoint slides in 
detail later.


He needs the inputs soon; Monday's gone already. That basically gives 
him Tuesday to put an short, effective, punchy presentation 
together. He flies from Chicago to DC on Wednesday. The more diverse 
input he gets, the sooner, the better and more representative the 
presentation can be.


It SEEMS likely (we don't know for sure) that this meeting will have 
lots of press attending, since it's requested that all the entities 
under FCC jurisdiction (telephone, cable, broadcasting, public safety 
comms, etc.) do the same sort of presentation. So... we want the WISP 
industry to be WELL represented, and it will be with YOUR inputs.


To be clear... CRYSTAL clear... Michael was NOT asked to speak to 
represent just PART-15.ORG. He was asked to speak to represent the 
WISP industry as a whole.


Michael would like your input. The web page above has some suggestions 
for interesting input to Michael.


The form found, linked at the bottom of the web page, (at 
http://www.part-15.org/emergencyrelief/report.asp if you'd prefer to 
skip reading the long, wordy web page) has additional suggestions on 
what to mention.


Photos would be great; again, more info at the two URLs.

Please - take some time out of your activities to provide your inputs.


Thanks,

Steve




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http://www.part-15.org/emergencyrelief/fcc.html

Thank you
Michael


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