[WISPA] OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread ccooper
Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around  
towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and  
sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We  
were at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were unclimbable  
due to swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.


Thanks
Chris


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RE: [WISPA] OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread Smith, Rick
You gotta be really careful climbing.  They like to build vertical nests
in the big poles that hold up the cellular arrays... 

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Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around  
towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and  
sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We  
were at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were unclimbable  
due to swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.

Thanks
Chris


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RE: [WISPA] Anyone sell/setup webcams with their wireless service?Modbus?

2007-09-20 Thread Eric Rogers
Look at the APC EMU.  They are like $250 or so, and has inputs for
open/closed circuits and outputs for relays.

Eric

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 along the same lines, I am not sure what your climate is like but:
 http://www.qasupplies.com/temptrax.html
 (think frozen pipes)

Speaking of I/O monitoring.  Does anyone know of an inexpensive
ethernet I/O adaptor that supports modbus for monitoring sites?

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Re: [WISPA] 900mhz

2007-09-20 Thread David Sovereen
I'm not an RF guy, but I've been told that any frequency that divides into 
the frequency you are using evenly has the potential to interfere.


For example, if you are using 900MHz, then 450MHz, which divides into 900MHz 
evenly could interfere.  Same for 150MHz.


Dave

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vhf
136-162
148-174
216-235

UHF
400-420
450-470

Would any of those frequency bother 900mhz Canopy?

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[WISPA] Re: OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread Lakeland
I personally don't think its the RF that attracts them.  I have been on many 
towers and tanks with no antennas mounted and still have to deal with my 
little friends. Personally I think its the heat that the metal draws from 
the sun and the static electricity present on the face of the steel. 

And I agree with Butch. They are pretty passive unless they have built a 
nest up there and you are the lucky one to find it or you happen to grip one 
while climbing. This is obviously avoided by using gloves. 

You really should be more concerned with birds (hawks, eagles, etc) that may 
nest or roost up there and snakes. Yes..snakes like to go up there too. 

And then there is the real beast everyone should be worried 
aboutFALLING!  100% tie off at all times please. 

Be safe and say hi to the bees for me.  :-) 

-B- 






Butch Evans writes: 

On Thu, 20 Sep 2007, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 

Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around 
towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and 
sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We were 
at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were unclimbable due to 
swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.


They are attracted to the RF for some reason.  As for climbing, they are 
generally docile (at least around here).  We usually see them around this 
time of year (or a bit later) as it starts to cool off. I suspect that the 
RF warms them.  Either way, the ones around here usually are around 
50-150'.  It is spooky climbing through them, but so long as you don't set 
your hand on one, they are pretty calm.  I was on a water tower a few 
years ago that had HUNDREDS of wasps floating around the top.  
Unfortunately, I was around the top, too. I spent 4 hours in the swarm 
with no stings. 


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Re: [WISPA] OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread Butch Evans

On Thu, 20 Sep 2007, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around 
towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and 
sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We 
were at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were 
unclimbable due to swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures 
either.


They are attracted to the RF for some reason.  As for climbing, they 
are generally docile (at least around here).  We usually see them 
around this time of year (or a bit later) as it starts to cool off. 
I suspect that the RF warms them.  Either way, the ones around here 
usually are around 50-150'.  It is spooky climbing through them, but 
so long as you don't set your hand on one, they are pretty calm.  I 
was on a water tower a few years ago that had HUNDREDS of wasps 
floating around the top.  Unfortunately, I was around the top, too. 
I spent 4 hours in the swarm with no stings.


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Re: [WISPA] Re: OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread Tom DeReggi
What precautions does OSHA expect for these type situation, that unarguabley 
have safety issues.
Do they want the climbers to wear some sort of protective clothing, more 
than what they normally wear?


PS. Microwave Radio's power levels do not harm Humans, but wonder if the 
WASPs feel the heat/radiation from the Microwave, since they are so small or 
their shells acting as antennas?


Tom DeReggi
RapidDSL  Wireless, Inc
IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband


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I personally don't think its the RF that attracts them.  I have been on 
many towers and tanks with no antennas mounted and still have to deal with 
my little friends. Personally I think its the heat that the metal draws 
from the sun and the static electricity present on the face of the steel.
And I agree with Butch. They are pretty passive unless they have built a 
nest up there and you are the lucky one to find it or you happen to grip 
one while climbing. This is obviously avoided by using gloves.
You really should be more concerned with birds (hawks, eagles, etc) that 
may nest or roost up there and snakes. Yes..snakes like to go up there 
too.
And then there is the real beast everyone should be worried 
aboutFALLING!  100% tie off at all times please.

Be safe and say hi to the bees for me.  :-)
-B-




Butch Evans writes:

On Thu, 20 Sep 2007, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around 
towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and 
sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We were 
at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were unclimbable due to 
swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.


They are attracted to the RF for some reason.  As for climbing, they are 
generally docile (at least around here).  We usually see them around this 
time of year (or a bit later) as it starts to cool off. I suspect that 
the RF warms them.  Either way, the ones around here usually are around 
50-150'.  It is spooky climbing through them, but so long as you don't 
set your hand on one, they are pretty calm.  I was on a water tower a few 
years ago that had HUNDREDS of wasps floating around the top. 
Unfortunately, I was around the top, too. I spent 4 hours in the swarm 
with no stings. -- 
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Network Engineering and Security Consulting
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[WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

2007-09-20 Thread rabbtux rabbtux
I've been looking at an open source application called backuppc and
considering offering remote backup service to some customers.  I
appreciate the wisdom and experience of the group here.   Any
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Re: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

2007-09-20 Thread Zack Kneisley
Not Open-source, but we are currently using Nova-Web (www.novastor.com).

I'ts not cheap, but it does provide everything you could want including open
file and MSSQL backup without having to shut down your databases.

Zack

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 I've been looking at an open source application called backuppc and
 considering offering remote backup service to some customers.  I
 appreciate the wisdom and experience of the group here.   Any
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 any turn-key solution suggestions?

 Thank you kindly,
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[WISPA] Nice speed test

2007-09-20 Thread George Rogato

http://peace2300.oregonfast.net/Speed/



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RE: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

2007-09-20 Thread Mac Dearman
All I can say is that we have been doing off site remote backups for several
years - for many Gov't facilities, personal business and even a few
individuals. We chose this: http://remote-backup.com/  software and it has
been the greatest, most trouble free software I have ever used. Not one
moment's trouble in years.

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 appreciate the wisdom and experience of the group here.   Any
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 any turn-key solution suggestions?
 
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RE: [WISPA] Nice speed test

2007-09-20 Thread Mac Dearman
George - - 


TURN THE BANDWIDTH UP ON IT YOU CRACKER HEAD! 

I want to make that dial spin around and pass ZERO again :)

That is very nice. How did you acquire that?

Mac



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RE: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

2007-09-20 Thread Ryan Langseth
Mac:
I wonder what we are doing wrong then, we have been using RBS for 3
years, and it has been a pita.  The scheduling problems have been the
major problem (its scheduler is crap for us). Are you using the RBS
native task scheduler, or running via Windows's task scheduler?

That is the major gripe about it though, other than that it has been
good.

Thanks,
Ryan

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 All I can say is that we have been doing off site remote backups for several
 years - for many Gov't facilities, personal business and even a few
 individuals. We chose this: http://remote-backup.com/  software and it has
 been the greatest, most trouble free software I have ever used. Not one
 moment's trouble in years.
 
 Mac
 
 
 
 
 
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  I've been looking at an open source application called backuppc and
  considering offering remote backup service to some customers.  I
  appreciate the wisdom and experience of the group here.   Any
  suggestions on how best to offer this service?  Any software
  suggestions for this?  I would like to have the backup on my servers.
  any turn-key solution suggestions?
  
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[WISPA] Moto Wireline distributors

2007-09-20 Thread chris cooper


Hi-

Anybody have a contact number for Motorola Service Providers/wireline
products or a VAR of their wireline products?

Thanks
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RE: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

2007-09-20 Thread Mac Dearman
I have only used the native scheduler that comes with the software. The
scheduler could be improved - - like having a password on it to prevent
changes without authorization.

That is the only time we have had any sort of problem - -was when someone
(no one ever knows who) changes the files that we had backing up. I consider
that OE (operator error) problems because we can point to the right files,
hit run now and it goes back to doing what it was supposed to do. I also
warn the agencies to periodically check to make sure that it is backing uop
the correct files. I always name the profile choose this one :-) with
their only other choice as default.

Mac



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 Subject: RE: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?
 
 Mac:
 I wonder what we are doing wrong then, we have been using RBS for 3
 years, and it has been a pita.  The scheduling problems have been the
 major problem (its scheduler is crap for us). Are you using the RBS
 native task scheduler, or running via Windows's task scheduler?
 
 That is the major gripe about it though, other than that it has been
 good.
 
 Thanks,
 Ryan
 
 On Thu, 2007-09-20 at 14:19 -0600, Mac Dearman wrote:
  All I can say is that we have been doing off site remote backups for
 several
  years - for many Gov't facilities, personal business and even a few
  individuals. We chose this: http://remote-backup.com/  software and
 it has
  been the greatest, most trouble free software I have ever used. Not
 one
  moment's trouble in years.
 
  Mac
 
 
 
 
 
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Re: [WISPA] Nice speed test

2007-09-20 Thread John Valenti
If you follow the link thru to the main speedtest.net page, it looks  
like it is free to run on your own server.  (I thought I looked at it  
6 weeks ago and they wanted money then...)


Oh, and ditto to George on getting more bandwidth to this.  I get  
about 1800kps to his, and 24000kps to Speakeasy's server in Chicago.

 :-)

On September 20, at 4:23 PM September 20, Mac Dearman wrote:



TURN THE BANDWIDTH UP ON IT YOU CRACKER HEAD!

I want to make that dial spin around and pass ZERO again :)

That is very nice. How did you acquire that?




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[WISPA] 900MHz consumer items

2007-09-20 Thread John Valenti
Does anybody have a web page up that lists common consumers items  
that interfere with unlicensed wireless?


For instance, I mentioned a house that had something putting out a  
-45 signal. I tracked that down to a wireless speaker system:

Acoustic Research  AW811  http://www.araccessories.com/ARWireless.html
	http://www.amazon.com/Acoustic-Research-AW-811-Outdoor-Wireless/dp/ 
B000246U1C


I think I'm able to work around this one, with a Trango on channel 3  
above it and a SR9 card on channel 6 below it.



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Re: [WISPA] OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181

I've seen that here too.  No idea what the cause is.

In situations like that we just get up really early in the morn and work 
before it warms up.


I HATE those danged things.  Never had them around here till the last 
several years.  I'd never even seen one as a kid.


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Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around 
towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and 
sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We  were 
at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were unclimbable  due to 
swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.


Thanks
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Re: [WISPA] OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread Jack Unger

Marlon,

I think the cause might be global swarming...



Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote:

I've seen that here too.  No idea what the cause is.

In situations like that we just get up really early in the morn and 
work before it warms up.


I HATE those danged things.  Never had them around here till the last 
several years.  I'd never even seen one as a kid.


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Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around 
towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and 
sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We  
were at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were 
unclimbable  due to swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.


Thanks
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RE: [WISPA] Re: OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread CHUCK PROFITO
Tie a few Bounce sheets to your harness and your belt and spray the back of
your head and neck with Deet.  Seems to work on the ones we have out here,
the extra 'hankies look funny, but work.

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What precautions does OSHA expect for these type situation, that unarguabley

have safety issues.
Do they want the climbers to wear some sort of protective clothing, more 
than what they normally wear?

PS. Microwave Radio's power levels do not harm Humans, but wonder if the 
WASPs feel the heat/radiation from the Microwave, since they are so small or

their shells acting as antennas?

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I personally don't think its the RF that attracts them.  I have been on
many towers and tanks with no antennas mounted and still have to deal with 
my little friends. Personally I think its the heat that the metal draws 
from the sun and the static electricity present on the face of the steel.
 And I agree with Butch. They are pretty passive unless they have built a 
 nest up there and you are the lucky one to find it or you happen to grip 
 one while climbing. This is obviously avoided by using gloves.
 You really should be more concerned with birds (hawks, eagles, etc) that 
 may nest or roost up there and snakes. Yes..snakes like to go up there 
 too.
 And then there is the real beast everyone should be worried 
 aboutFALLING!  100% tie off at all times please.
 Be safe and say hi to the bees for me.  :-)
 -B-




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 On Thu, 20 Sep 2007, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around
 towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and 
 sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We were 
 at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were unclimbable due to

 swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.

 They are attracted to the RF for some reason.  As for climbing, they 
 are
 generally docile (at least around here).  We usually see them around this

 time of year (or a bit later) as it starts to cool off. I suspect that 
 the RF warms them.  Either way, the ones around here usually are around 
 50-150'.  It is spooky climbing through them, but so long as you don't 
 set your hand on one, they are pretty calm.  I was on a water tower a few

 years ago that had HUNDREDS of wasps floating around the top. 
 Unfortunately, I was around the top, too. I spent 4 hours in the swarm 
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[WISPA] Links on WISPA Webpage

2007-09-20 Thread Rick Harnish
I have started an easy link method of following current and past NPRMs at
the FCC.  On the side of the WISPA Homepage under FCC Committee you will see
links to current NPRMs, Public Comments, WISPA Comments and a link to submit
your own comments on NPRM’s that are open for comment.  I will try to stay
current with this information, if I fall behind, someone let me know.  It is
work in progress so I may be missing a few NPRM’s like 700 Mhz.  It will
look like this: 

 ·  HYPERLINK http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=87FCC NPRM's 

*   HYPERLINK http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=9804-186 TV Whitespaces 

*   HYPERLINK
http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/ecfs/Upload?hot_docket=1009000856%7C04-186%7CTV+Wh
ite+SpacesSend=ContinueSubmit Comments Online 
*   HYPERLINK http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/comsrch_v2.cgiRead
Public Comments 
*   HYPERLINK http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=18WISPA 04-186 Comments 

*   HYPERLINK http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=9307-164 2155-2175 MHz AWS
BAND 

*   HYPERLINK http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=94NPRM 

*   HYPERLINK
http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-07-117A1.pdf03-201
902-928 MHz Rule Modification 

*   HYPERLINK http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/comsrch_v2.cgiRead
Public Comments 
*   HYPERLINK http://www.wispa.org/?page_id=89WISPA 03-201 Comments 

Respectfully,

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Re: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

2007-09-20 Thread Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181

We use handy backup.  It's not really popular yet.

We may be over charging for space.  The bitch of it is that people could 
totally screw our network up with all of the backups, even if they backup to 
our servers!


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Subject: RE: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?


All I can say is that we have been doing off site remote backups for 
several

years - for many Gov't facilities, personal business and even a few
individuals. We chose this: http://remote-backup.com/  software and it has
been the greatest, most trouble free software I have ever used. Not one
moment's trouble in years.

Mac






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I've been looking at an open source application called backuppc and
considering offering remote backup service to some customers.  I
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any turn-key solution suggestions?

Thank you kindly,
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Re: [WISPA] 900MHz consumer items

2007-09-20 Thread Steve Stroh
It would be a very, very long page...

Thanks,

Steve

On 9/20/07, John Valenti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Does anybody have a web page up that lists common consumers items
 that interfere with unlicensed wireless?

 For instance, I mentioned a house that had something putting out a
 -45 signal. I tracked that down to a wireless speaker system:
 Acoustic Research  AW811  http://www.araccessories.com/ARWireless.html
 http://www.amazon.com/Acoustic-Research-AW-811-Outdoor-Wireless/dp/
 B000246U1C

 I think I'm able to work around this one, with a Trango on channel 3
 above it and a SR9 card on channel 6 below it.

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Re: [WISPA] OT: Wasps

2007-09-20 Thread Rick Kunze
On my main tower, the big problem this time of year is starlings, by the Alfred 
Hitchcock movie full! They fill their beeks full of pine nuts, then park on my 
tower and . . . Well, you get the idea.  I'm shoveling pine nuts off my roof.  

Luckily they only hang around here for a couple months.

Rk
 
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From: Jack Unger [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2007 14:56:25 
To:WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Subject: Re: [WISPA] OT: Wasps


Marlon,

 I think the cause might be global swarming...



Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote:
 I've seen that here too.  No idea what the cause is.

 In situations like that we just get up really early in the morn and 
 work before it warms up.

 I HATE those danged things.  Never had them around here till the last 
 several years.  I'd never even seen one as a kid.

 Marlon
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 Does anyone know what causes the swarming behavior in wasps around 
 towers.  I dont mean a few of them hanging out having a smoke and 
 sharpening their stingers.  I mean the big swarms of hundreds.  We  
 were at 4 different locations yesterday.  All of them were 
 unclimbable  due to swarms of wasps.  No nests on the structures either.

 Thanks
 Chris

 
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Re: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

2007-09-20 Thread JohnnyO
We have a few customers we do backups for as well. We moved away from Handy 
Backup and use  believe it or not Winzip ! - Has more features and 
customization for the remote backup process I find.


JohnnyO

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We use handy backup.  It's not really popular yet.

We may be over charging for space.  The bitch of it is that people could 
totally screw our network up with all of the backups, even if they backup 
to our servers!


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Subject: RE: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?


All I can say is that we have been doing off site remote backups for 
several

years - for many Gov't facilities, personal business and even a few
individuals. We chose this: http://remote-backup.com/  software and it 
has

been the greatest, most trouble free software I have ever used. Not one
moment's trouble in years.

Mac






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Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2007 12:30 PM
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Subject: [WISPA] Anyone doing remote backup for customers?

I've been looking at an open source application called backuppc and
considering offering remote backup service to some customers.  I
appreciate the wisdom and experience of the group here.   Any
suggestions on how best to offer this service?  Any software
suggestions for this?  I would like to have the backup on my servers.
any turn-key solution suggestions?

Thank you kindly,
Marshall
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[WISPA] 2007 Internet Service Provider (ISP) Residential Satisfaction Study | J.D. Power and Associates

2007-09-20 Thread George Rogato

http://www.jdpower.com/corporate/news/releases/pressrelease.aspx?ID=2007210


We need to promote us wisps, I'm sure they didn't compare any of us in 
their study.


Is this something wispa can do?



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RE: [WISPA] ISPCON - WHOSE GOING?

2007-09-20 Thread Mac Dearman
I thought I would see who is planning to attend ISPCON?

We need to make a plan! 


very evil grin 

Mac



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RE: [WISPA] ISPCON - WHOSE GOING?

2007-09-20 Thread CHUCK PROFITO
Tim  I will be there.

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I thought I would see who is planning to attend ISPCON?

We need to make a plan! 


very evil grin 

Mac




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