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[WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Bill Price
We are in the process of looking for a new router for our network. What are some routers that others are using? Thanks Bill WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

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Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Bryan Scott
Bill Price wrote: We are just acquired a wireless network that has 3 tower locations. The router they were using was a Dlink DFL210(?) they had set up with a 6MB circuit. We need a router that will handle VLANS, handle more bandwidth if needed, QoS, firewall (This network does a NAT). Were

Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Bill Price
We are just acquired a wireless network that has 3 tower locations. The router they were using was a Dlink DFL210(?) they had set up with a 6MB circuit. We need a router that will handle VLANS, handle more bandwidth if needed, QoS, firewall (This network does a NAT). Were looking for a routing

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Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Dennis Burgess - Link Techs Inc
Yep makes a big difference. Dennis M. Burgess Mikrotik Certified Consultant Link Technologies, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri --WISP/Network Support Services-- +1 314-686-1302 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Bryan Scott Sent: Tuesday,

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Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Bryan Scott
Bill Price wrote: We are in the process of looking for a new router for our network. What are some routers that others are using? What are you replacing? What are your needs, i.e. where's this thing going?

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Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread CHUCK PROFITO
Image stream for excellent support and pre set for your needs MT for roll your own Chuck Profito 209-988-7388 CV-ACCESS, INC [EMAIL PROTECTED] Providing High Speed Broadband to Rural Central California -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of

Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Dennis Burgess - Link Techs Inc
www.mikrotikrouter.com. Great for Mikortik Solutions. 1U as well. Dennis M. Burgess Mikrotik Certified Consultant Link Technologies, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri --WISP/Network Support Services-- +1 314-686-1302 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On

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Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread George Rogato
Bill Price wrote: We are just acquired a wireless network that has 3 tower locations. The router they were using was a Dlink DFL210(?) they had set up with a 6MB circuit. We need a router that will handle VLANS, handle more bandwidth if needed, QoS, firewall (This network does a NAT). Were

[WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Patrick Shoemaker
I have two Motorola Canopy 20M backhauls running in 2.4 GHz that serve as redundant links between POPs. I am located in Maryland just outside of DC, and the 2.4 noise floor has crept high enough to require replacement of these backup links. I am looking at the TrangoLINK-45 radios to replace

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Patrick Shoemaker
Oh yeah, one hop is 6.5 miles so 5.3/5.4 is out unfortunately. The other is 0.5 miles so I will probably run that in 5.3. There are a lot of weather radar towers around here that junk up 5.4. Patrick Shoemaker President, Vector Data Systems LLC [EMAIL PROTECTED] office: (301) 358-1690 x36

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Mike Hammett
You can go 10 - 15 miles within EIRP in 5.3\5.4 in a PtP configuration. I believe 10 miles is with a 3' dish. -- Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com - Original Message - From: Patrick Shoemaker [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Randy Cosby
I've had some limited experience with them, and so far all is good. I'm using 5.4 channels, which is an added bonus for dealing with noisy canopy stuff. Fairly short hops though. Patrick Shoemaker wrote: I have two Motorola Canopy 20M backhauls running in 2.4 GHz that serve as redundant

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread John Scrivner
I did not think you could legally run 3 foot parabolics in 5.3./ 5.4. Are there 3 foot dishes FCC certified with radios in 5.3 / 5.4? I would like to see a URL to data on these radio / antenna combinations. I had always believed the lower power limits of those bands pretty much meant they were

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Patrick Shoemaker
Due to windloading restrictions on one of the towers, I am limited to using the 23 dBi panel built into the TrangoLINK-45. I also would like to avoid the cost and hassle of external antennas if possible. Patrick Shoemaker President, Vector Data Systems LLC [EMAIL PROTECTED] office: (301)

Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Butch Evans
On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, CHUCK PROFITO wrote: Image stream for excellent support and pre set for your needs MT for roll your own I'd have to agree with either of these. IS is not pre-set, but they do offer a configuration service (not sure if this is a pay service or not). MT can be had at a

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Cameron Kilton
Well, If you have plenty of room in 5.8ghz that should not be a probably. I have a 5.3 link running 8 miles with 2 foot dishes which was actually over kill with the signal level I got (within EIRP). I could have used the 23 dbi panels, but better safe than sorry. -Cameron Midcoast Internet

Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Butch Evans
On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, George Rogato wrote: circuit. We need a router that will handle VLANS, handle more bandwidth if needed, QoS, firewall (This network does a NAT). Were looking for a routing platform that will handle not only Internet, but VOIP and IPTV in the future. Another question is,

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Patrick Shoemaker
After running the numbers, it does look like I can get some decent throughput out of this thing in 5.3 using the integrated antennas at 6.5 miles. Certainly better than the Canopy BH I'm using now. Another question: the sales page for the TrangoLINK-45 says it's VLAN aware, but there's no

Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread George Rogato
Hmmm I just opened up a session into a 4port staros box and it says 802.1q virtual vlan set up. and surely you have read the thread recently about Matt's voip performance with p2p running wild. So yes, it has qos support and vlan support. Butch Evans wrote: On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, George

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread cam
Except the cost of a B100 you can buy 3 Trango Link 45 units right now of course one could always stand here and argue the differences in equipment regarding trango and alvarion since I use both of them. Cameron Midcoast Internet BreezeNET B100s now support software selectable 10, 20 or 40

Re: [WISPA] pcb Ask Tony Morella

2008-02-19 Thread tonylist
We have not hear of any issues but we had 10,000 made with a stronger adhesive with better temp specs. Sincerely, Tony Morella Demarc Technology Group, A Wireless Solution Provider Office: 207-667-7583 Fax: 207-433-1008 http://www.demarctech.com   This communication constitutes an electronic

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread cam
I'm not 100% I always use my Procurve switches for the VLAN and leave the Trango as a dummy bridge. Cameron Midcoast Internet After running the numbers, it does look like I can get some decent throughput out of this thing in 5.3 using the integrated antennas at 6.5 miles. Certainly better

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Patrick Shoemaker
FYI a sales rep from Trango just informed me that the TrangoLINK-45 has a newly released firmware that supports VLAN tagging on the management interfaces. It looks like this is what I'll be going with. Patrick, I'd love to use a B100 for this shot but a full link for under $2k is hard to pass

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread CHUCK PROFITO
Why not a certified full duplex StarOS x4000 $400, 2 ft dual pol dishes 300 plus tx and shipping = 800 per side or less. At that distance w/ cloaking smaller channel sizes should be a slam dunk. Chuck Profito 209-988-7388 CV-ACCESS, INC [EMAIL PROTECTED] Providing High Speed Broadband to Rural

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Patrick Leary
I do hear you Patrick. Patrick -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Patrick Shoemaker Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 6:10 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45 FYI a sales rep from Trango just informed me that the

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK-45

2008-02-19 Thread Cliff - Home
Patrick... Are you LISTENING too? :) Can we expect something similar from Alvarion? - Cliff On 2/19/08 9:39 PM, Patrick Leary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I do hear you Patrick. Patrick -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Patrick

Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread Butch Evans
On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, George Rogato wrote: I just opened up a session into a 4port staros box and it says 802.1q virtual vlan set up. and surely you have read the thread recently about Matt's voip performance with p2p running wild. no...I didn't read the thread. I don't spend much time reading

Re: [WISPA] Router Help

2008-02-19 Thread George Rogato
Yes, OLSR is reportedly working well and the last thing they have added that some were looking for is BGP. V3 has come a long way. Butch Evans wrote: On Tue, 19 Feb 2008, George Rogato wrote: I just opened up a session into a 4port staros box and it says 802.1q virtual vlan set up. and