Re: [WISPA] Alternative to Meraki mesh??

2007-10-29 Thread Junk Mail
Download the MIT roofnet project files , then select an SOC hardware platform and several of you get together hire a linux systems architect on contract and have him re-compile to your chosen platform. Or you could beat the distro (forge it) into submission on the SOC platform chosen

Re: [WISPA] Wireless System Valuation

2007-10-29 Thread Matt Liotta
Tom DeReggi wrote: I've been argueing for YEARS, that revenue is way over rated as a method to evaluate a company's worth. There are so many other more important factors such as how much revenue will your company enable the buyer to obtain because they have your assets. How is that argument

Re: [WISPA] Politics as Usual

2007-10-29 Thread Tom DeReggi
Forbes, You brought up an interesting point of view. The definition of someone selling Internet access. Yes, Consumers believe the term Internet to be OPEN access in terms of NetNeutrality. And likely could be considered deceptive or Fraud to advertise Internet for sale and it not be open. But

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti PS2 -- StarOS v3

2007-10-29 Thread George Rogato
John Valenti wrote: Mark, What don't you like about the Lucaya enclosures? I have one of the 1208 versions to evaluate. I think I like it a lot. The built-in antenna seems like it should be good enough for LOS customers out to a mile, and with our trees few people would have LOS beyond that

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti PS2 -- StarOS v3

2007-10-29 Thread John Valenti
Mark, What don't you like about the Lucaya enclosures? I have one of the 1208 versions to evaluate. I think I like it a lot. The built-in antenna seems like it should be good enough for LOS customers out to a mile, and with our trees few people would have LOS beyond that anyway. If I

RE: [WISPA] CALEA (recovering costs) ???

2007-10-29 Thread Jeff Broadwick
In theory, you should be able to bill the government for your time/costs incurred for THE INTERCEPT, not any recurring or upfront charges. In theory... -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dylan Bouterse Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 1:33

[WISPA] CALEA (recovering costs) ???

2007-10-29 Thread Dylan Bouterse
I guess from the lack of response nobody is compensating for their CALEA costs?...or maybe my email didn't make it to the list? Dylan -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dylan Bouterse Sent: Friday, October 26, 2007 5:25 PM To: WISPA General

Re: [WISPA] CALEA (recovering costs) ???

2007-10-29 Thread Martha Huizenga
Hi Dylan, I am not compensating for this. I am not sure that customers would be appreciative or understand. Also, the costs that you are referring to could possibly happen only when you are given a subpoenaed unless you are paying a monthly fee for a product you bought from a vendor. Martha

[WISPA] The day the routers died

2007-10-29 Thread Adam Kennedy
This is from RIPE-55 meeting It made me laugh. While funny, it strikes of a somewhat serious tone. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y36fG2Oba0 -- Adam Kennedy Sr. Network Administrator Cyberlink International Phone: 888-293-3693 x4352 Fax: 574-855-5761

Re: [WISPA] CALEA (recovering costs) ???

2007-10-29 Thread George Rogato
I understood from a vendor who was looking to sell me a calea solution that they would bill us for the cost of each intercept, etc, but not expect us to pay them until we get re-reimbursed by the government. Light bulb went off. Jeff Broadwick wrote: In theory, you should be able to bill

RE: [WISPA] CALEA (recovering costs) ???

2007-10-29 Thread Marty Dougherty
One more question- I need 100Meg Ethernet (copper)as well- can you add a card for that or is there a combo that will do 10/100/1000 copper? MArfty -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Martha Huizenga Sent: Monday, October 29, 2007 1:32 PM To:

Re: [WISPA] traffic logging

2007-10-29 Thread David E. Smith
On Mon, October 29, 2007 9:01 pm, Travis Johnson wrote: I have a large customer that is looking for a device that will log all of their internet traffic in and out of their network. What problem are they trying to solve, where they think this is what they want? This would take a LOT of disk

RE: [WISPA] traffic logging

2007-10-29 Thread Dennis Burgess
Trend Micro, Their Interscan Gateway box is GREAT, not cheap, but great. Else, they have a IWSS (Interscan Web Security Suite). This is a proxy server, but you can configure it to be transparent. If they are part of a domain, its easy enough to configure, and it will track the usage across

[WISPA] traffic logging

2007-10-29 Thread Travis Johnson
Hi, I have a large customer that is looking for a device that will log all of their internet traffic in and out of their network. However, unlike Ethereal or anything like that, they need something that is _very_ easy to use (web interface, with full logs so they can go back months at a

Re: [WISPA] traffic logging

2007-10-29 Thread Travis Johnson
Hi, They just want to see that user A went to site B at time C. They basically just want to be Big Brother on their network (and it's a government agency, so they can). For the more technical people, the best packet tracking program I have ever seen is IpAudit. We have run it on our own

Re: [WISPA] traffic logging

2007-10-29 Thread Sam Tetherow
Do they want to be able to actually disect packet contents or just connection information? If they don't need contents than anything that stores netflow data will work on the gathering side and your border router should support netflow. Sam Tetherow Sandhills Wireless Travis Johnson

RE: [WISPA] Alternative to Meraki mesh??

2007-10-29 Thread Dennis Burgess
Just use MT! Mikrotik and OSPF. Forget about these automated meshing systems, which require one vendor, etc. Plus, I know what that is going to do vs some unknown algorithm doing something unforeseen. Really, other than rapid STP, what else can these things do! -Original Message-

Re: [WISPA] traffic logging

2007-10-29 Thread Joshua Rowe
I agree with the netflow data, it's easy on the router, no super huge database required, and here is a link to a demo for a product I've used before that may just fit the bill for you, I have used the free edition (monitors two interfaces)for some time now for a customers dedicated line and it