Re: [WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-16 Thread Scott Reed
Mikrotik will do at least some of what you are looking for. Scott Reed Owner NewWays Wireless Networking Network Design, Installation and Administration www.nwwnet.net -- Original Message --- From: Bo Hamilton [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List

Re: [WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-16 Thread Brian Whigham
Bo, make sure that you're that you're not mis-interpreting VPN support with VPN services. Most of the $20-$100 routers will allow IPSEC (the good stuff) and PPTP to pass through the device. But, the only way I know of to get any of these to act as a VPN client or server is to upgrade to

[WISPA] Airimba

2006-03-16 Thread chris cooper
Hi- Anybody have any experience with Airimba in a multi-tennant deployment? Equipment used, svc offerings etc? Thanks, Chris -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives:

Re: [WISPA] Airimba

2006-03-16 Thread Matt Liotta
We had a booth at the Atlanta Apartment Association show where they exhibited as well. They were very unprofessional in attempting to spy on us during the show. We would have told them the same information if they had only asked. Additionally, we have seen their work in Athens, GA and weren't

RE: [WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-16 Thread Ed Spoon
Netopia at each location. IPSEC or PPTP both server and client. Have over half a dozen installs using both DSL and Wireless mixed. Models to look at are R910 and 3300 series. Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys,

[WISPA] Re: Interference with TV

2006-03-16 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181
Anyone seen a problem like the one below before? 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)

[WISPA] Licensed Backhaul options

2006-03-16 Thread Bobby Burrow
I'm looking at moving to a licensed solution to increase throughput across one of out backhaul links that spans 5 hops. Distances between hops range anywhere from 7 to 19 miles. We are currently using the dual nstreme Mikrotik solution and it is working very well, however the WRAP/RB532 solutions

Re: [WISPA] Licensed Backhaul options

2006-03-16 Thread Matt Liotta
You don't need licensed to high throughput backhaul. For example, Orthogon's Spectra provides 300Mbps aggregate at a price point generally less than 45Mbps licensed. -Matt Bobby Burrow wrote: I'm looking at moving to a licensed solution to increase throughput across one of out backhaul

Re: [WISPA] Re: Interference with TV

2006-03-16 Thread Jason Hensley
Not with Dish Network, but I have with the Musak dishes. I mounted right under one of their dishes on my client's rooftop. After I turn it on their music started skipping and cutting out. I relocated to a few feet away and the problem went away. I honestly didn't ask questions and didn't

Re: [WISPA] Re: Interference with TV

2006-03-16 Thread Rich Comroe
I note some of the respondents are thinking satellite. I'm thinking 10baseT or 100baseT bleeding into the household coax distribution. Any chance the ethernet runs alongside the coax for any length somewhere within the home? With cable TV I've seen ethernet put interference on the screen for

Re: [WISPA] Re: Interference with TV

2006-03-16 Thread John Scrivner
We have seen this from local oscillator and/or CPU clock oscillator interference from wireless radios used for Internet access. The radios in question were a Trango Fox one time and a YDI Etherant another time. I am guessing any radio using an external connected POE driven board over