Re: [WISPA] OT: OpenSER and CCME

2006-09-14 Thread John J. Thomas
If youare trying to use OpenSER, you will need to upgrade the handsets for SIP, SCCP won't work. If you have access to Cisco support, you can download the information to convert the handsets to SIP. John -Original Message- From: Paul Hendry [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday,

[WISPA] WiFi Security for the Enterprise

2006-09-14 Thread John Scrivner
Hal, One more question about security on your APs. Will these do radius auth in lieu of a certificate for WPA authentication? I need to be able to create individual username / password access for each user and I prefer to avoid certificates if possible. Thoughts? Will it work? Has WPA with

RE: [WISPA] OT: OpenSER and CCME

2006-09-14 Thread Paul Hendry
We aren't trying to use SCCP handsets with OpenSER. We are trying to get Cisco CallManager Express to act as the middle man between the SCCP handsets and our SIP infrastructure. Basically, the client uses CallManager as there internal PBX with outside lines via the PSTN but they want to use our

RE: [WISPA] MiniPCI wireless card recommendation...

2006-09-14 Thread Harold Bledsoe
Did you try both antenna ports? On the two that connected, were the signals 12 to 14dB lower on both sides of the link? -Hal __ Harold Bledsoe Deliberant LLC 800.742.9865 x205 http://www.deliberant.com From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: [WISPA] MiniPCI wireless card recommendation...

2006-09-14 Thread Mark McElvy
Did not try the other port and the signals were lower on both ends. Mark From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Harold Bledsoe Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2006 6:21 AM To: WISPA General List Subject: RE: [WISPA] MiniPCI wireless card

Re: [WISPA] MiniPCI wireless card recommendation...

2006-09-14 Thread Mark Koskenmaki
After spending a lot of time working with a couple WLM54AG's, I know without a doubt that the main is different for a CM9 and the Compex radio. You can switch to the b port, but as best I can tell, you still have some loss as compared to using the main port. In auto, the difference between the

Re: [WISPA] MiniPCI wireless card recommendation...

2006-09-14 Thread John Scrivner
I suppose this information would be meaningful if I had any idea what you were talking about. Can you maybe put your thoughts into language people can understand who do not have intimate knowledge of the product you are discussing? I would really like to know what the differences are between

[WISPA] FCC Eyes New Uses For 700 MHz 'Guard Bands'

2006-09-14 Thread Peter R.
FCC Eyes New Uses For 700 MHz 'Guard Bands' http://www.telecomweb.com/tnd/19170.html The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering new uses for so-called guard bands in the 700 MHz frequency range that were auctioned off to licensees in 2000 and 2001. The winners of the licenses

[WISPA] Wi-Fi TV Launches Million Dollar Sales Campaign

2006-09-14 Thread Peter R.
http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/060914/0162985.html Wi-Fi TV Launches Million Dollar Sales Campaign Offering Career Opportunities on Monster.com, Careerbuilder.com and Hotjobs.com Thursday September 14, 10:00 am ET www.Wi-FiTV.com Wi-Fi TV Building Nationwide Marketing Force to Create New Wi-Fi TV

Re: [WISPA] MiniPCI wireless card recommendation...

2006-09-14 Thread Anthony Will
It looks like he is talking about the antenna ports on the mPCI card. There are generally two u.fl or some combo u.fl and sma, etc. He is stating that if you utilize the wrong port on the card then what is configured you will loss 20+db of signal. It also looks like the WLM54AG's have an

Re: [WISPA] MT power supplies THE SOLUTION

2006-09-14 Thread Brian Rohrbacher
First off. I'm back to a 48v 420mA power supply. To the solution. I ran another cat5 up the tower and plugged it into the RB 532. Now I have one cable for poe and one cable for data, and it all works fine. And check this. My headache went away as soon as the problem did. :) Problem solved.

Re: [WISPA] MiniPCI wireless card recommendation...

2006-09-14 Thread George Rogato
I thought the issue was that the cards are mis marked. Marked back wards. The outside corner is actually antenna port A . Card says B George Anthony Will wrote: It looks like he is talking about the antenna ports on the mPCI card. There are generally two u.fl or some combo u.fl and sma, etc.

Re: [WISPA] MT power supplies THE SOLUTION

2006-09-14 Thread George Rogato
Good call Brian, Being an electrician all of my previous working life, voltage drop is a serious consideration at 300', even with 120 volts. Solution has always been to increase the voltage to reduce the amperage to control voltage drop. That is why you see transformers all over the place. I

[WISPA] Bandwidth needed near Houston

2006-09-14 Thread Matt Larsen - Lists
Hi all, I have a consulting client that needs to get some Internet backbone east/southeast of Houston. Looking for something 3 to 10meg in capacity, with roof rights to bring a point-to-point link in on 5ghz. Client has several towers available in the area between Houston and Galveston.