Re: [WISPA] Fiber

2007-12-18 Thread George Rogato
Thanks Matt I'm wondering what equipment is used at the customer end. I'm not sure what manufacturer is the one to build out on. Is it Cisco? George Matt Liotta wrote: George Rogato wrote: Matt do you have any product numbers for the equipment your using? Which types of equipment are you

Re: [WISPA] Fiber

2007-12-18 Thread Matt Liotta
George Rogato wrote: Thanks Matt I'm wondering what equipment is used at the customer end. I'm not sure what manufacturer is the one to build out on. Is it Cisco? We use Telco Systems's Tmarc Ethernet demarc device. -Matt

[WISPA] New WISPA Vendor Member - Alianza

2007-12-18 Thread John Scrivner
VoIP offers a road map for WISPs to offer the double play to their customers. I have been thinking for a long time that I will need to partner with someone to help me put together my telephony offerings to my customers. I am guessing a fair number of my customers will look to me for their

[WISPA] Nuclear Reactor

2007-12-18 Thread Mike Hammett
I can be that nuclear engineer after all! http://www.nextenergynews.com/news1/next-energy-news-toshiba-micro-nuclear-12.17b.html - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com WISPA

Re: [WISPA] Nuclear Reactor

2007-12-18 Thread George Rogato
Thats cool Mike I was an electrician for almost 30 years. I've always thought someone would do this eventually, if they could ever get past the anti nuclear group. Anyways we got a better deal than those things happening. Here on the Oregon Coast, there is a new technology being developed,

[WISPA] Building new mail server, Webmail suggestions?

2007-12-18 Thread rabbtux rabbtux
All, I'm in the process of putting together a new email server. It will probably be based on postfix and virtual users. No too much spam fighting software to bog things down and complicate the system now, since all my customers get postini spam filter service with their email. Anyway, just

Re: [WISPA] Building new mail server, Webmail suggestions?

2007-12-18 Thread Japhy Bartlett
gmail is pretty awesome, and google apps takes about half a second to set up with your own domain. ( http://google.com/a/ ) If anyone really objects to the ads, you can upgrade, or point out that it's a small price to pay for what is probably one of the most reliable email servers in the world.

Re: [WISPA] OT......Question

2007-12-18 Thread John Thomas
And if you need Windows applications, then this may work for you; http://www.codeweavers.com/products/cxoffice/ John Steve wrote: Ubuntu Linux is great for a family computer. The install is easier than window, you won't have the headaches of endless virus and spyware removal issues. it is

Re: [WISPA] Building new mail server, Webmail suggestions?

2007-12-18 Thread rabbtux rabbtux
looks interesting. Will I still be able to supply an answer to customer who calls with, I lost my email password, could you look it up? On Dec 18, 2007 11:08 PM, Japhy Bartlett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: gmail is pretty awesome, and google apps takes about half a second to set up with your own