RE: [WISPA] The Next Big Thing in Wireless

2007-05-12 Thread michael mulcay
Concurrently coordinated networks are Licensed Carrier Grade, which means we no longer have to take second place to the big guys. Wireless Strategies Inc (WSI) decided to focus on carrier grade backhaul where we believe the GPM is higher and the COS lower than for the home subscriber market. The

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced vs in-house email

2007-05-12 Thread George Rogato
If you don't do a lot of mail customers it probably makes sense to outsource, even to me. Doug Ratcliffe wrote: Currently we do in-house email. We always have one problem or another with our old IMail server ,plus dealing with a spam server and antivirus... We have about 15 domains we

[WISPA] CLEC Services

2007-05-12 Thread Doug Ratcliffe
We have a CLEC who's co-located their offices with ours, and although they're residential copper analog only, they told us they can order anything from the ILEC for us for cost and a small markup. But it's Bellsouth territory, and he's given me the tech line's phone number and a big book of

RE: [WISPA] CLEC Services

2007-05-12 Thread Mac Dearman
Doug, I can give you a name of a man who can take you by the hand and lead you through the wildness of the Telco maze as well as explain it to where you can understand it all. I can also tell you he is ABSOLUTELY worth more than he charges for consulting! His name is Peter Radizeski and he is

[WISPA] A Box

2007-05-12 Thread Blake Bowers
I need a box. What I want is a 802.11 type box, that has alarm contacts. When the alarm contact is triggered (N/C N/O) then it would send an email. The box would probably have an IP address that would allow it to be connected to the local WISP, as well as a wired connection that could be

RE: [WISPA] CLEC Services

2007-05-12 Thread CHUCK PROFITO
Mac, I think he just wanted a vacation from the lists in Florida, he's smarter than that, and he doesn't know JD as well as you and I... :) Chuck Profito 209-988-7388 CV-ACCESS, INC [EMAIL PROTECTED] Providing High Speed Broadband to Rural Central California -Original Message- From:

Re: [WISPA] A Box

2007-05-12 Thread D. Ryan Spott
Bingo: Item: http://www.bndcom.com/rms/rms.htm US Distro: https://shop.invictusnetworks.com/detail.php?id=16030 I use these to monitor VERY remote radio repeater systems, their batteries, reboot radios remotely etc... Just run POE to the device over one ethernet cable. ryan On May 12,

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced vs in-house email

2007-05-12 Thread Peter R.
Doug Ratcliffe wrote: Currently we do in-house email. We always have one problem or another with our old IMail server ,plus dealing with a spam server and antivirus... We have about 15 domains we currently host, about 150 users. Is it cost effective to outsource something this small? Also on

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced vs in-house email

2007-05-12 Thread David E. Smith
Peter R. wrote: Everybody.net does outsourced email. Assuming you mean everyone.net (everybody.net points to an outfit in Norway), just say no. Their mail servers are on a lot of spam blacklists both public and private, because they used to make a lot of money from free email for your domain

RE: [WISPA] CLEC Services

2007-05-12 Thread Rick Harnish
Peter is no longer suspended and I agree with Mac! Rick Harnish President OnlyInternet Broadband Wireless, Inc. 260-827-2482 Founding Member of WISPA -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mac Dearman Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2007 1:45 PM To:

Re: [WISPA] CLEC Services

2007-05-12 Thread George Rogato
I'm sure Peter can help, but I'm curious why the clec doesn't know these things, aren't they a facilities based clec with interconection agreement with the ilec? George Rick Harnish wrote: Peter is no longer suspended and I agree with Mac! Rick Harnish President OnlyInternet Broadband

Re: [WISPA] A Box

2007-05-12 Thread Rich Comroe
http://www.netburnerstore.com/embedded_ethernet_development_p/nndk-mod5270lc-kit.htm $99 includes core module, development board, ac adapter, ethernet cable, crossover cable, serial cable, and software (including a collection of canned applications). Lowest priced hardware I've seen. -

RE: [WISPA] CLEC Services

2007-05-12 Thread Mac Dearman
George, It sounds as if they are a start up CLEC and haven't had the time to exactly figure out what is available to them and the costs associated with the product offerings. I use to be in that same boat, but we finally figured out that Bell South has nothing available in N. Louisiana other

Re: [WISPA] The Next Big Thing in Wireless

2007-05-12 Thread John Scrivner
Mike, If we support your request for declaratory ruling what steps would be required for us to get our own licensed multipoint Part 101 based network deployment in our areas? What equipment is available now if any? What are the costs? How do you make money on this type of deal? I want to

RE: [WISPA] CLEC Services

2007-05-12 Thread W.D.McKinney
The FCC has been influenced by changes in staff, Senate oversight, and the consolidation the Bell operating entities. Becoming a CLEC now is more streamlined than in the beginning, but depending on your PUC and competitive envirement, may still be expensive. As always, if you going to wage war,

Re: [WISPA] A Box

2007-05-12 Thread Pete Davis
http://itwatchdogs.com/ Exactly what you are describing. pd Blake Bowers wrote: I need a box. What I want is a 802.11 type box, that has alarm contacts. When the alarm contact is triggered (N/C N/O) then it would send an email. The box would probably have an IP address that would allow it

Re: [WISPA] Try it out vs. Cingular

2007-05-12 Thread John J. Thomas
Sprint EVDO is $59-79 per month, and there are hardware routers that accept the card. John -Original Message- From: Pete Davis [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 05:09 AM To: 'WISPA General List' Subject: Re: [WISPA] Try it out vs. Cingular The $10/mo for web access

[WISPA] Mikrotik PC

2007-05-12 Thread Mark Nash
I need more horsepower at one router site. It's got a MT RB532 (233MHz/32MB) and it is pegging at 100% at times, mostly in the 85% range, though. The location has a 19 rack (only about 18 deep, though). Need 8 FastEthernet ports. No wireless. Want to user Mikrotik RouterOS. Can anyone

RE: [WISPA] Mikrotik PC

2007-05-12 Thread Robert Norris
What are you doing with the RB532 to make it load so much? Possible to use a PC with 512 to 1 gig ram, 3.0 cpu, 2 MT RB44 ethernet boards (this would give you 8 etherports) and Mikrotik OS level 5 or 6. Does it have to be a rack mount? Or can you mount it on a shelf installed in the rack. A mini