Re: [WISPA] Mac Dearman Update

2009-01-14 Thread Bo Hamilton
Thanks Scriv!  Please keep us updated!

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[WISPA] Client Router selection

2006-04-04 Thread Bo Hamilton
Wondering what routers are all of you using at client installs? What are the most reliable and so on? 
thanks in advance!

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[WISPA] Client Router Selection

2006-04-04 Thread Bo Hamilton

Wondering what routers are all of you using at client installs? What are the most reliable and so on? 
thanks in advance!

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Re: [WISPA] Client Router selection

2006-04-04 Thread Bo Hamilton
Thanks everyone for all the great posts

Bo
On 4/4/06, Blair Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

All of our system routers are MikroTik OS on PC hardware. As well as our T1 interfaces.We are rapidly moving to deploying a small MikroTik at our towers as well.As to customer routers, we tend to use Netgear. But, if the customer provides another unit, we will set that up for them.

David E. Smith wrote: 
On Tue, April 4, 2006 12:24 pm, John Scrivner wrote:
  
Sorry to answer my own post but I should also mention that if I ever
have a larger enterprise client (like a college, hospital, etc.) that
needs a bullet-proof routing solution I will likely sell them
Imagestream. My next big router for my core will be an Imagestream.
Everyone I speak to about them say they are the best out there at any
price.
Obviously, it depends on the customer. Chances are, anyone THAT big will
have their own in-house IT staff, and will want to do things their own
way. Chances are that means Cisco gear. If they want to pay for it, I can
probably make it work...

It'd have to be an awfully big customer to justify even an Imagestream,
though, much less a Cisco. WRAPs and RouterBoard 200s can reliably handle
traffic up to 15Mbps or so, and probably even more if the board is just
routing (i.e. you're not also using it with a radio card to connect to
something else). Plus, if you get those sekzi finished WRAP cases that Eje
sells, it just looks so darn cool. If you were so inclined, you could
probably make little stickers that say Cisco PIX, put one on the case,
and most customers would be none the wiser. It's about the same size and
everything... :)

Heck, this email comes to you by way of an old Celeron 1.3GHz PC that's
routing our whole network, over 25Mbps at peak times, that never goes over
about 10% CPU utilization, running Mikrotik RouterOS. If it's good enough
for WISPA, it's probably good enough for most of your customers.

I'd love to have a Cisco in that role, but the only real differences would
be:

* Access to Cisco TAC for support
* Paying about ten times the cost

The money I save will buy me a LOT of mailing lists and forums posts if I
ever need help. :)

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Re: [WISPA] Routers

2006-04-14 Thread Bo Hamilton
Never used them but I hear they are very good.

Bo
On 4/14/06, Jory Privett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I am in the market for a new router and came across a company calledImageStream.From everything I can find that make a good product at a fair
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[WISPA] Hotspot Controllers

2006-04-16 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello list. Im looking for a Hotspot controller that has a built in Credit card service. Any input will be appreciated.

Thanks,

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[WISPA] Hotspot Controller

2006-04-16 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello list. Im looking for a hotspot controller that has the Credit card service built in? Any help would be greatly a
ppreciated.

Thanks,

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Re: [WISPA] Anybody played with this gear?

2006-04-17 Thread Bo Hamilton
Looking at the manual it looks like the config screen ofan old tranzeo

Bo
On 4/17/06, Blair Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Where did you get the SR9 cards?I need some ASAP!!!--Blair Davis
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Looks interesting, it appears to have a SA feature as well, and thedocumentation mentions cts/rts as its contention mechanismI just setup a MT/SR9 link on the bench and will be installing on a tower next
week to my office as a test...Dan MetcalfWireless Broadband Systemswww.wbisp.com781-566-2053 ext 62011-888-wbsystem (888) 927-9783
[EMAIL PROTECTED]support: [EMAIL PROTECTED]-Original Message-From: 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On BehalfOf GeorgeSent: Monday, April 17, 2006 7:32 PM
To: WISPA General ListSubject: Re: [WISPA] Anybody played with this gear?I got one of their post cards in the mail as well.What were they quoting for ap and cpe pricing?
GeorgeJohn Scrivner wrote:I just called them. They are asking $732.00 each for these units. Theyare not an integrated antenna and radio as I first thought. They have an
external N connector on them.The guy I spoke with said that the FCC certs are pending approval andthat the unit is being tested for approval now. I was told that
certification from FCC is expected by end of this month.They are NOT using the new Ubiquiti cards as I first thought. They havetheir own Atheros based design. I am guessing they have built their own
mixer /LO / PA to make these work in 900 as Ubiquiti has done. Theprice is the same for AP or for CPE.The guy I spoke with on the phone (I did not get his name) told me that
these units are shipping now.ScrivBlair Davis wrote:Has anybody used the Orion 900MHz gear?
http://www.wirelessinteractive.com/radios/900mhz.html
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Re: [WISPA] Dual WAN Routers

2006-06-19 Thread Bo Hamilton
Thanks everyone for all the feedback!!! 

Bo
On 6/19/06, Sam Tetherow [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
If you are familiar with RouterOS a routerboard 500 would do the trickand only run you about $175
 Sam Tetherow Sandhills WirelessDylan Oliver wrote: You might check Peplink.com http://Peplink.com for its Balance products -
 http://www.peplink.com/productsLoader.php?productName=balance . The 200 supports two WAN connections with max throughput of 30 Mbps, and
 the 700 has seven WAN ports with max throughput of 350 Mbps. They are $845 and $3995, respectively. I've been watching these guys with interest, and was happy to see their Surf product selected as the first Tropos-approved client bridge.
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[WISPA] Bandwidth Program/Script for Web Server?

2007-01-11 Thread Bo Hamilton

Hello Everyone!  Im looking for a Bandwidth Progrom for my Web Server. Can
someone on the list help me?

Thanks in advance!

Bo Hamilton

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Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Program/Script for Web Server?

2007-01-11 Thread Bo Hamilton

Mac - yes this is going on an apache web server localy on my network so a
few clients will stop arguing with me about speed.  A!
Thanks Mac.  WHY ARENT YOU OUT DOING INSTALLS SLACKER!  :)

Butch - thanks for the input.  I will look at those as well.

Nick - Im running an apache web server on a Debian box

thanks everyone

Bo


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Butch Evans wrote:
 If you are looking for a fancy version, you can license the one from
 http://www.ookla.com/speedtest/.  That's a pretty expensive option,
 though.

Just host a speedtest.net site. It only costs you bandwidth. You can try
ours at the Atlanta speedtest.net location.

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Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Program/Script for Web Server?

2007-01-11 Thread Bo Hamilton

THanks matt I will look at that as well

Bo


On 1/11/07, Matt Liotta [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Butch Evans wrote:
 If you are looking for a fancy version, you can license the one from
 http://www.ookla.com/speedtest/.  That's a pretty expensive option,
 though.

Just host a speedtest.net site. It only costs you bandwidth. You can try
ours at the Atlanta speedtest.net location.

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Re: [WISPA] Linux distro for the desktop

2007-01-11 Thread Bo Hamilton

Yes Ubunto!

Bo


On 1/11/07, W.D.McKinney [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Hello Butch,

Yes FreeBSD is great. That's why I have a MacBook Pro.
:-)

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 I am a FreeBSD guy.  Heart and soul.  However, I am in the process
 of evaluating which Linux distro I want to put on my laptop.  I
 would just go with FreeBSD, but I want to try this Linux
 thing...FreeBSD makes the BEST server platform (no flames, please),
 but their desktop OS is not the best.

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Re: [WISPA] Linux distro for the desktop

2007-01-12 Thread Bo Hamilton

One more that I like.  Cost some $$ for the box about $49.00 I believe.
Xandros!  That is Debian based.

Bo
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Butch Evans wrote:
 I am a FreeBSD guy.  Heart and soul.  However, I am in the process of
 evaluating which Linux distro I want to put on my laptop.  I would
 just go with FreeBSD, but I want to try this Linux thing...FreeBSD
 makes the BEST server platform (no flames, please), but their desktop
 OS is not the best.

Ubuntu is good, but I couldn't get it to work with my Broadcom (ugh)
laptop minipci card straight after install. I tried a few, and the only
one that worked was Linspire. It's pretty desktop friendly.
Debian-based. I recommend either Ubuntu or Linspire.

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Re: [WISPA] 700 MHz winners list

2008-03-24 Thread Bo Hamilton
Thanks Mac!

On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 12:18 PM, Mac Dearman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 For those of you interested in seeing the winners of the 700MHz auction
 73:

 http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/DA-08-595A2.pdf



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Re: [WISPA] Malware monitor Device

2007-05-16 Thread Bo Hamilton

Mac what are you doing on this list?  Did you get lost?  (laughing spilling
coffee on the keyboard)

Bo

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 If you're interested in one, talk to Mac Dearman. His company is a
 Barracuda reseller, and Mac's just a generally swell guy regardless. :)

 David Smith
 MVN.net

[Mac says:]

OK David -

What are you up to?

Are you in jail again and need bail money? :-)

Mac

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Re: [WISPA] self inflicted interference

2007-07-27 Thread Bo Hamilton
+1 on that!

On 7/26/07, Ralph [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Canopy can.

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 Can't sync 2.4 gig as I recall right?


 
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Re: [WISPA] Re: [WISP] Ohio Flooding

2007-08-24 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hey everyone all is well here in ohio.  I got 4 1/2 feet of water in the
basement but other than that all is ok with me.  2 blocks away houses were
swept down the river with water reaching up to 12 feet.  All is ok and
thanks Marlon, Joel, Stewart for the concern.

Bo



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 Anything anyone one can do to help?  Is there equipment/manpower that you
 need?

 laters,
 marlon

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 I havn't seen Bo around town any, his basement might be flooded,
  everyone else's is. We got 9 inches of rain in 4 hours and all kinds of
  problems. I got a tower sitting in water with no power. Running on
  generators and batteries. Another tower at a grain facility fried their
  electrical system with no plans to fix it, I went their yesterday
  morning to see why the internet wasn't working and the 3 phase power was
  underwater and smoking the whole place up. Towers are running right now
  but customers got flooded basements with POE's underwater and lightning
  damage, just started to get those calls this afternoon. Roads flooded
  can't get anywhere in any amount of time, traffic is horrible and
  gawking people stopping on the road or trying to run into you.
 
  Kurt Fankhauser
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Re: [WISPA] Looking for...

2005-08-21 Thread Bo Hamilton
Redirect that IP to a webserver on your network.  You can do that on 
just about any core router, Star-Os, MT and so on.


Bo



Ray  Jean wrote:

Looking for a intro page, webpage ect.. That will let a customer know 
that their end user modem for wireless service has been cut off or 
deactivated due to lack of payments. When they click on their browser 
to view a website I would like the page to say; something like, Sorry 
due to non-payment your internet web surfing has been stopped..  Does 
anyone have a template or know how to make this work on the wireless 
modems?

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[WISPA] Demartech Radios

2005-08-24 Thread Bo Hamilton
Anyone have used or currently using these radio's?  What is the story on 
these?  


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Re: [WISPA] Demartech Radios

2005-08-25 Thread Bo Hamilton

Brian thanks for the great info on Demarc!

Bo

Brian Rohrbacher wrote:

I've lost a few, but due to surges.  Ground and put this  
http://www.demarctech.com/products/reliawave-poe/dt-poe-sp01.html  on 
the ethernet run (tucked in the enclosure) and your golden.  Tony will 
give the ethernet surge protectors away at a great price if your 
buying your CPEs from him.  I believe Tony uses the same board as 
Deliberant, Ascendance, and TenX, but Tony has far superior enclosure 
and firmware.  A large % of my gear is Demarc.


Brian

Bo Hamilton wrote:


Thanks Rick and Brian for the reply.
http://www.demarctech.com/products/reliawave-rwo/rwo-plus-15a.htm

Bo


Rick Harnish wrote:


Bo,

You need to use more descriptive terms with me! ;P  What radios?  Do 
you

have a link.  Tony sells numerous radios.

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[WISPA] Linux Shared Contacts and Calendar

2005-09-07 Thread Bo Hamilton

Hello to all,

Im looking for a program that will run on a linux  server a
enable person to share their contacts and calender with other members of the
same server.  Anyone got any ideas?  My client travels alot and is out 
of the
office all the time. 


Thanks everyone,

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[WISPA] Motorola Canopy 2.4

2005-09-12 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello everyone!  I here alot of talk about MT, Star-os, Tranzeo ect. but 
I don't here much about Motorola Canopy.  I was wondering what is 
everyones view on this gear.


Thanks in advance

Bo
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Re: [WISPA] Cogent - Level3 Current News

2005-10-07 Thread Bo Hamilton
Here in ohio we got nailed by this.  Verizon, SBC, Time Warner, just to 
name a few.  I think Im going to get a backup DSL through Sprint since 
they were not affected by this here in ohio. 


Bo

Matt Liotta wrote:

I hope everyone takes this opportunity to become multi-homed if you 
are not already. In our case, we were already multi-homed, but all of 
our IPs were allocated by Cogent simply because it was the cheapest 
place to get them. During this mesh we learn that our IPs were in some 
cases being null routed. As such, we have started the process of 
ordering our own IP block from ARIN and have asked Cogent to assign 
our existing IPs to us.


-Matt

Frank Muto wrote:


Level 3 Issues Ultimatum
Restores connectivity to Cogent until Nov 9

Posted 2005-10-07 19:15:54

After restoring connectivity to Cogent this afternoon, Level 3 has now
issued a press release (http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/68244) 
explaining

their side of the story
(http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/051007/laf057.html?.v=17). Despite more 
than

75 days of advance written notice of the termination of our agreement,
Cogent apparently failed to notify its customers or make any business 
plans
to prepare for disconnection, notes Sureel Choksi, executive vice 
president

of Level 3 Communications.

The restored peering arrangement won't last if Cogent isn't willing to
negotiate, however.

Level 3 has, effective immediately, re-established a free connection to
Cogent. In order to allow Internet users to make alternative 
arrangements,
we will maintain this connection until 6:00 a.m. ET, November 9, 
2005. The
effectiveness of this arrangement of course depends on Cogent's 
willingness

to maintain their side of the traffic exchange.


Frank Muto
Co-founder -  Washington Bureau for ISP Advocacy - WBIA
Telecom Summit Ad Hoc Committee
http://gigabytemarch.blog.com/ www.wbia.us



 





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Re: [WISPA] How to keep track of appointments

2005-11-15 Thread Bo Hamilton
If your a linux guy or have one you know, you can use a program called 
conflux (www.conflux.ee)  its a groupware program that has mail, 
calendar, job ect.  Its very clean and functional with a nice interface 
(http).  I use this so I can hit my schedule anywhere on the net.  Any 
groupware will work but this is the best Iv seen (free up to 5 users).  
Egroupware (www.egroupware.org) is another one, less visual pleasing 
than conflux and its free plus it syncs with outlook (I think).  I like 
conflux the best due to its job and time tracking ability.


Bo


Matt Larsen - Lists wrote:


Reliable Internet, LLC wrote:

How do ya'll do it?  I used to remember everything, but I am 
forgetting things lately.  Maybe it's old age (i did just turn 22) or 
maybe the work volume has increased past my memory's capacity.  
Either way I need a solution.  Do I go with a program on the laptop?  
Or some kind of handheld device.  I don't currently own a handheld, 
and would be willing to purchase.  What seems to be most efficient 
for you all?


Brian



Yahoo Calendar.  It will also sync up with Outlook so you can share 
the calendar.  We are sharing our calendar with all employees and our 
primary installers.  Not the cleanest, but it works well.


Matt Larsen
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[WISPA] Happy Turkey Day To all of you!

2005-11-24 Thread Bo Hamilton
Wishing all on the list a Happy Turkey Day.  My your day be filled with 
joy in the company of family and friends.


Have a great one everyone!!!

Bo Hamilton
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Re: [WISPA] 5.8Ghz Multi-point radios

2006-01-09 Thread Bo Hamilton
What??

Bo
On 1/4/06, Mac Dearman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Be careful that you dont cut your nose off to spite your face on theTrango issue!I also know Trango is a better product than Moto is more ways than one
and Trango is going to be releasing a lower priced 5.x SU that will bevery competitive with Moto as they have made some changes in theproduction of the external housing to allow a lower cost. I think theyare going to implement a cheap plastic housing like Motorola?
Mac DearmanMaximum Access, LLC.www.inetsouth.comwww.radioresponse.org (Katrina relief efforts)318-728-8600 - Rayville
318-728-9600Matt Liotta wrote: We are looking to start deploying 5.8Ghz multi-point radios at some of our sites. I am hoping some folks on this list can share experiences
 and ideas on what radios might meet our needs. We have experimented with Canopy and Trango, but would really like some better choices. From a specification standpoint, Canopy general meets our needs, but
 we don't like being constrained on the antenna. We would like to use sectors bigger than 60 degrees and we would like to use horizontal polarization. We don't want to use Trango for no other reason than
 they can't work with distributors. We really like the flexibility on many 802.11a-based radios and certainly the price, but the contention aspects of the protocol and the perception of Wi-Fi being a consumer
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[WISPA] 5.8Ghz H-Pol Omni's ????

2006-01-19 Thread Bo Hamilton
Anyone know where I can get a 5.8Ghz (Tri-Band is better) H-POL Omni? I have looked but can't find any. Do they make such an animal?

Thanks,

Bo Hamilton
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[WISPA] Speed test script

2006-01-21 Thread Bo Hamilton
Anyone know of a speed test script that i can put on my webserver. Something like dslreports or toast.net has. 

Thanks 

Bo
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[WISPA] MT W/ OSPF Problem

2006-01-23 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello everyone! Im using MT W/ OSPF and Im unable to hitcertain backhaul radios or computers on my backhaul sub.

Example:

On a switch (Radio, Ftp Server Web server, MT Router)---(Backhaul10.10.1.x/24)---Radio-MT router ether1

(Same Board)MT Ether2RadioAP--(wireless sub 10.155.2.x/24)Client

If im on the client end I cannot reach my internal ftp server or my web server, but I can hit my core router(10.10.1.x) or my Mt router ether1(same sub)at the tower. So in short, anything plugged into my switch atthe NOC besides my core routerI canaccess. Weird!

Anyone got an idea

Thanks

Bo


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Re: [WISPA] MT W/ OSPF Problem

2006-01-23 Thread Bo Hamilton
I just wanted to give a public thank you to Butch Evans! He knew what the problem was. My source-nat rule was set to all interfaces and needed to be set to the WAN. Thanks again Butch!!

Bo Hamilton
NCOWireless.com
On 1/23/06, Kurt Fankhauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


This has nothing to do with OSPF, call me I know what it is.


Kurt Fankhauser
WAVELINC
114 S. Walnut St.
Bucyrus, OH 44820
419-562-6405
www.wavelinc.com



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On Behalf Of Bo HamiltonSent: Monday, January 23, 2006 10:38 AMTo: WISPA General List
Subject: [WISPA] MT W/ OSPF Problem


Hello everyone! Im using MT W/ OSPF and Im unable to hitcertain backhaul radios or computers on my backhaul sub.




Example:



On a switch (Radio, Ftp Server Web server, MT Router)---(Backhaul10.10.1.x/24)---Radio-MT router ether1




(Same Board)MT Ether2RadioAP--(wireless sub 10.155.2.x/24)Client



If im on the client end I cannot reach my internal ftp server or my web server, but I can hit my core router(10.10.1.x) or my Mt router ether1(same sub)at the tower. So in short, anything plugged into my switch atthe NOC besides my core routerI canaccess. Weird! 


Anyone got an idea



Thanks



Bo



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Re: [WISPA] Tranzeo CPQ Opinions

2006-02-13 Thread Bo Hamilton
Agreed! CPQ's are a great CPE.

Bo
On 2/14/06, Kurt Fankhauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


JohnnyO,

The Tranzeo CPQ's are rock solid and you should install as many of them as you can.



Kurt Fankhauser
WAVELINC
114 S. Walnut St.
Bucyrus, OH 44820
419-562-6405
www.wavelinc.com


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wireless@wispa.orgSubject: [WISPA] Tranzeo CPQ Opinions


We will be doing a large deployment of CPEs in the next 60-90days. I would like to hear all of the negatives or issues people are seeing with the Tranzeo CPQ line.
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Re: [WISPA] Motel setup

2006-02-15 Thread Bo Hamilton
From what Im told calubrus (spelling?) is the thing to have. I personaly use MT for hotspot and Proxim AP2000 or 700's for the radio's.

Bo
On 2/15/06, chris cooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Use quality access points- consumer grade gear will bite yourbehind.Back them up to a good AAA box.We hand out UN/passwds to the
front desk on a weekly basis.Keeps the access from being completelyopen and reduces hassle.chris-Original Message-From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] OnBehalf Of Jason HensleySent: Tuesday, February 14, 2006 7:59 PMTo: WISPA General ListSubject: [WISPA] Motel setup
What's the currently recommended gear / setup for a motel?Total of 113rooms spread over 2 floors.Going to be a 2-phrase project where thefirstgroup of rooms will have both Ethernet and Wi-Fi accessibility, with the
remaining to have WiFi only.No idea yet on the layout of which roomswillbe Ethernet / WiFi, but that's not really important.Owner is runningtheEthernet cabling himself - just looking to contract out the Wireless end
ofit.I don't know much more than this at the moment.Not sure on squarefootageor anything - that is to come soon, but thought I'd get some ideas onequipment to start and then go from there.
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[WISPA] VPN and Router Choices?

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton
Hello list,
Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. 


Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the router take place of this for remote connections.

The senario I have is one central office with 2 satalite offices that connect to central. The central office having the main VPN router. I want to have the two seperate locations seen in the network neighborhood. 


Would this be a router to router VPN? If so what are the easiest one's to configure. 

Im new to the VPN world so go easy on me. :)

Thanks in advance,

Bo Hamilton
NCOWireless.com

 


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[WISPA] VPN and Router Choices

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton

Hello list,
Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. 


Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the router take place of this for remote connections.

The senario I have is one central office with 2 satalite offices that connect to central. The central office having the main VPN router. I want to have the two seperate locations seen in the network neighborhood. 


Would this be a router to router VPN? If so what are the easiest one's to configure. 

Im new to the VPN world so go easy on me. :)

Thanks in advance,


Bo Hamilton
NCOWireless.com
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[WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton

Hello list,
Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. 


Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the router take place of this for remote connections.

The senario I have is one central office with 2 satalite offices that connect to central. The central office having the main VPN router. I want to have the two seperate locations seen in the network neighborhood. 


Would this be a router to router VPN? If so what are the easiest one's to configure. 

Im new to the VPN world so go easy on me. :)

Thanks in advance,


Bo Hamilton
NCOWireless.com
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[WISPA] VPN and router choices

2006-03-15 Thread Bo Hamilton

Hello list,
Im looking at setting up some VPN's and I have looked at many routers that claim ease of use. Linksys, NetGear, D-Link and so on. I was wondering if someone could tell me what is the easiest router for setup. 


Also, does one have to have a VPN server( i.e Windows orLinux)or does the router take place of this for remote connections.

The senario I have is one central office with 2 satalite offices that connect to central. The central office having the main VPN router. I want to have the two seperate locations seen in the network neighborhood. 


Would this be a router to router VPN? If so what are the easiest one's to configure. 

Im new to the VPN world so go easy on me. :)

Thanks in advance,


Bo Hamilton
NCOWireless.com
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Re: [WISPA] licensed links

2006-03-25 Thread Bo Hamilton
wlanparts.com

Bo
On 3/23/06, Mac Dearman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Anyone have a suggestion for a really fine 5.x H Pol omni antenna?ThanksMac DearmanMaximum Access, LLC.
Authorized Barracuda ResellerMikroTik RouterOS Certifiedwww.inetsouth.comwww.mac-tel.us
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