Re: [WISPA] XBOX live, NAT, and UPnP

2010-08-02 Thread John Thomas
iPhone On Aug 2, 2010, at 8:46 PM, Mike m...@aweiowa.com wrote: Simple analysis might expose that customer to be one you'd rather let go. Or not. -Original Message- From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf Of John Thomas Sent: Monday, August 02

Re: [WISPA] XBOX live, NAT, and UPnP

2010-08-04 Thread John Thomas
: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf Of John Thomas Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2010 1:28 AM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] XBOX live, NAT, and UPnP Robert, what upstream is charging $15 per month? If that is true, I have a portable /19 I am going to start

[WISPA] Carrier pigeons faster then rural wierless?

2010-09-22 Thread John Thomas
http://www.zdnet.com/blog/networking/it-8217s-official-carrier-pigeons-are-faster-than-rural-internet/173?tag=nl.e539 WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] Our First WISP Consultant Vendor Member - Butch Evans

2007-04-03 Thread John Thomas
Let's be fair here, it is unlikely that certification would make them cost $1000. John Charles Wu wrote: Honestly, Would you buy RB112/532/whatever boards if they cost $1k vs $100 each? -Charles --- WiNOG Wireless Roadshows Coming to a City Near

Re: [WISPA] FCC Admits Mistakes In Measuring Broadband Competition

2007-04-22 Thread John Thomas
Pete, you hit on an interesting idea. What if the FCC were to pay the ISP say $500 each year to fill out the 477? Would more ISP's participate? John Pete Davis wrote: 12000, 6000, 2000, or whatever number of WISPs is mainly hard to quantify because there are LOTS of 2 and 3 customer private

Re: [WISPA] FCC Admits Mistakes In Measuring Broadband Competition

2007-04-25 Thread John Thomas
that they need to comply. So $500... it would probably get you about 400 more, but who will pony up the $200k? Peter John Thomas wrote: Pete, you hit on an interesting idea. What if the FCC were to pay the ISP say $500 each year to fill out the 477? Would more ISP's participate? John

Re: [WISPA] WISP Peering

2007-05-01 Thread John Thomas
If the radios are smart enough, you could use VLANs. John Travis Johnson wrote: My personal concern would be turning over my IP block to my competition. They would have to have enough control to allow BGP routes from their upstream. Technically they could misconfigure a router accidentally

Re: [WISPA] Radio choices

2007-05-02 Thread John Thomas
You could still use Mikrotik as a Hotspot, but not as an AP with radio installed. John Mark McElvy wrote: I am getting ready to expand my network by adding a couple of new towers. The decision I am trying to make is what equipment to buy. My plan was to use Mikrotik for a BH/AP, but with all

Re: [WISPA] CALEA Compliance (Netequalizer)

2007-05-02 Thread John Thomas
For people that run Netequalizers, they are helping you comply As promised, NetEqualizer is now offering the utilities necessary to meet requirements set forth this month by CALEA, or the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act. This law oversees telecommunication security and has

Re: [WISPA] Mirrored Switch

2007-05-02 Thread John Thomas
Also, most HP Procurves have lifetime warranties. John John Thomas wrote: If you want something a little easier on the pocketbook, managed HP Procurves work well. John Mark Price wrote: Matt wrote: Does anyone reccommend a good switch that supports this and is rack mount? Hopefully

Re: [WISPA] commercial router

2007-05-08 Thread John Thomas
http://www.sonicwall.com/us/Content_Security_Management.html George Rogato wrote: I thought that content filtering happened by way of dns. George Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote: Do you have a content filtering service? Marlon (509) 982-2181 (408) 907-6910 (Vonage)

Re: [WISPA] 5.4 Ghz

2007-05-08 Thread John Thomas
Cisco AP1242's have been doing this for at least 6 months. John Mike Hammett wrote: Redline has a certified product released. Orthogon is about to have theirs out. Anyone else? - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com -- WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] 5.4 Ghz

2007-05-10 Thread John Thomas
A. Villarini [EMAIL PROTECTED] Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp. tel 787.273.4143 fax 787.273.4145 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of John Thomas Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2007 12:49 AM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] 5.4 Ghz Cisco AP1242's

Re: [WISPA] EVDO vs Wireless

2007-05-14 Thread John Thomas
Most likely not, as their terms of service are pretty tight, they will cut you for excessive use. John JohnnyO wrote: Would 50gb worth of traffic be allowed via EDVO ? :) JohnnyO - Original Message - From: Dennis Burgess - 2K Wireless [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: 'WISPA General List'

Re: [WISPA] Outsourced vs in-house email

2007-05-15 Thread John Thomas
Be offended about what? How much someone is charging for Anti SPAM service using a Barracuda? The Barracuda's are fixed cost based on the device type, so the prices should be competitive. Barracuda Networks used to do 100 mailboxes for $100 per month, I think. John JohnnyO wrote:

Re: [WISPA] Nice CPE

2007-05-30 Thread John Thomas
Cisco AP1242's are certified, and can put out 20 dB. They can be used with the Cisco 21 dB dish. In the config menu, there is a place to tell it what kind of an antenna is attached. John David E. Smith wrote: Ralph wrote: Then we could actually run Mikrotik on an FCC approved platform!

Re: [WISPA] Man described as a top spammer arrested

2007-05-30 Thread John Thomas
I wonder if execution is an option. John George Rogato wrote: SEATTLE - A 27-year-old man described as one of the world's most prolific spammers was arrested Wednesday, and federal authorities said computer users across the Web could notice a decrease in the amount of junk e-mail.

Re: [WISPA] Nifty little thing...

2007-06-19 Thread John Thomas
It looks like $621 at CDW... http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/default.aspx?EDC=1027055 John Ryan Spott (Excell Data Corporation) wrote: I have no idea what the cost is: http://ortronics.com/us/products/wi-jack-duo/ ryan -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] Call to Vendors.....

2007-06-24 Thread John Thomas
If they are willing to open their wallets wide, this is Cisco's offering... http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps272/index.html John Blair Davis wrote: This is an invitation to Vendors to contact me if they have equipment that could meet my needs... I have been contacted by

Re: [WISPA] Low cost generator

2007-07-02 Thread John Thomas
If you are serious about backup power, here is some equipment you might consider; http://www.xantrex.com/web/id/42/p/1/pt/10/product.asp or http://www.xantrex.com/web/id/44/p/1/pt/8/product.asp or http://www.outbackpower.com/Backup.htm John George Rogato wrote: If it was just for radios,

Re: [WISPA] Switch with vlan

2007-07-17 Thread John Thomas
HP Procurve Netgear Managed switches JT Butch Evans wrote: I am in need of a switch (3, actually) that will allow me to prevent all communications between ports (vlans), but will trunk the traffic out an untagged port to the hotspot controller. Any suggestions appreciated.

Re: [WISPA] OT: Cell Phone Repeaters.

2007-09-17 Thread John Thomas
I have a repeater in my car for my Nextel phone, and while it doesn't make the signal perfect, it does change a 2 bar area into a 4 or 5 bar area, and the deadspots are much smaller. It cost about $179.00. John Thomas Marlon K. Schafer wrote: I've looked into it. Not done so yet but I keep

Re: [WISPA] Thoughts on 900MHz mesh networks

2007-09-17 Thread John Thomas
Metricom-Richochet way overbuilt their network in some places and thus lost a lot of money. If they had a better business plan, they probably would have made it. John Rick Harnish wrote: Did they fail because of the immature technology or a failed business plan? Would the more mature

Re: [WISPA] 6 foot 6ghz antenna rule

2005-08-07 Thread John Thomas
This is a fantastic idea. I have a situation where I need to make a 24 mile shot, and the tower owner already has 5 Ghz stuff on it and is reluctant to let me put 5 GHz equipment up. 6 GHz would be sweet, but I could probably use antennas smaller than 6 ft. John Marlon K. Schafer (509)

Re: [WISPA] 6 foot 6ghz antenna rule

2005-08-07 Thread John Thomas
Lonnie, it would not be unreasonable to allow 2' or larger dishes. I don't think anyone here is thinking about real short shots. John Lonnie Nunweiler wrote: APC is useless if the antennas are not aimed properly or the distance is excessive for the antenna gain. These conditions will cause

Re: [WISPA] VOIP

2005-08-15 Thread John Thomas
Brian Rohrbacher wrote: I have a sub that says his VOIP goes to crap when I limit upload to 128k. Does VOIP need more than that? Brian g.711 needs 64k plus signalling, so it can be around 128k. The problem is more lilkely that the 128k limit just drops packets rather than queuing them.

Re: [WISPA] Here's a question for the group.....

2005-08-25 Thread John Thomas
Can you offer him a 12 month contract, he pays install on 5 GHz equipment? John Bob Moldashel wrote: Thanks for the reply Todd. I have a few issues that we are dealing with. First, we can't use 2.4 GHz. DS. The spectrum sucks here so there are no real economical CPE options. At present,

Re: [WISPA] IP based Remote Reboot

2005-11-09 Thread John Thomas
Blair, it might be a good idea to allow for 48 v powering, since that is 802.3af POE standard. This way your device could be mounted away from the Radio if one so chose to. John Blair Davis wrote: Well, I guess there is no reasonably priced unit out there that will do what I need and fit in

Re: [WISPA] IP based Remote Reboot

2005-11-09 Thread John Thomas
the final cost. I will take another look at it. Maybe where it can 'vampire' it's power off one of the switched circuits if the switched circuit is 48V POE? The only bad thing about that is it will still require a 10/100 network switch or such to connect it's communication port. John

Re: [WISPA] IP based Remote Reboot

2005-11-09 Thread John Thomas
it is to get 5-12 volts 300 feet. John A. Huppenthal wrote: let me know where you get them for $25 John Thomas wrote: DLinks POE kits take 5 volts, bump it up to 48 across the wire and drop it back down to 5 volts at the other end. They list for about $25, so I wouldn't think it should cost

Re: [WISPA] IP based Remote Reboot

2005-11-09 Thread John Thomas
too bad until you see the current hardware budget. :( -- John Thomas wrote: DLinks POE kits take 5 volts, bump it up to 48 across the wire and drop it back down to 5 volts at the other end. They list for about $25, so I wouldn't think it should cost you too much to do. John Blair Davis

Re: [WISPA] ezlinx.net SPAM

2005-11-26 Thread John Thomas
Jack, if you had come and introduced yourself here, you might have been well received. But because you cold-called other WISPS, I won't do business with you. I will not do business with Sparco technologies either, even though they have some cool hardware, because they bought a mailing list

Re: [WISPA] RE: SPAM and marketing

2005-11-30 Thread John Thomas
stuff. John Peter R. wrote: John Thomas wrote: But because you cold-called other WISPS, I won't do business with you. You only get one chance to make a first impression, and for most WISPs, that means one SPAM and you are out. Today, many, many companies use email marketing with opt

Re: [WISPA] Ethernet based authentication

2005-11-30 Thread John Thomas
John Scrivner wrote: Anyone out there have experience with PPPoE?. I have a client who is a local government entity. They have people who have abused their Internet connection in the past. They restrict who has Internet access and when it can be used. One of our techs unknowingly circumvented

Re: [WISPA] Ethernet based authentication

2005-12-03 Thread John Thomas
They can do either depending on configuration John Richard Munoz wrote: I thought that these switches would deny the Source MAC Address instead of disabling the entire port. -Richard M. A little more info would be good. If they want to authenticate everyone, then 802.1x switches are

Re: [WISPA] How to Authenticate/Protect (WasEthernetbasedauthentication)

2005-12-07 Thread John Thomas
Mac Dearman wrote: Well, I agree to a point with both of you (Nunweiler Marlon)- - you know I am different - - kinda like rocky roads ice cream, just sweeter :-) I don't like DHCP for the client as its just too easy and requires no interaction with the client - EVER! I also dont like

Re: [WISPA] Virtual AP

2005-12-27 Thread John Thomas
Just because you can do something, doesn't mean you should John Kurt Fankhauser wrote: I do that too, 3 competitors have towers all within ΒΌ mile of each other, I put their ssid in my AP but turn the broadcast off, their clients associate to me and I deny all their access so when they

Re: [WISPA] verizon fios pricing (how much speed do they really need)

2005-12-27 Thread John Thomas
And, when they have a problem and the jerk at Verizon support doesn't fix it. There is some value in being able to talk to the owner of a business. There are prople that don't see it I worked for a roofing company, they moved about 8-10 million dollars a year. The owner of the

Re: [WISPA] verizon fios pricing

2005-12-29 Thread John Thomas
a fixed wireless network at this point -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of John Thomas Sent: Tuesday, December 27, 2005 9:37 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] verizon fios pricing Is your wireless network set up to allow

Re: [WISPA] Redundant Connections

2006-01-13 Thread John Thomas
I beg to differ, we only have 2 installed and they work as advertised. John Thomas warped.terranova.net wrote: Stay away from the Xincom routers. They don't work and there is no support. Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote: I was looking for something similar the other day. http

Re: [WISPA] AP selection

2006-01-13 Thread John Thomas
What area do you need to cover? Cisco 100 series are in the $400-500 range and do both A and G-they have 2 radios. With a decent wireless card in the laptop, you can get several hundred feet. They will layer 2 fast roam and have all the enterprise features you can ask for. John Thomas chris

Re: [WISPA] Redundant Connections

2006-01-13 Thread John Thomas
Is there some reason you are not using CEF or inverse MUX? John Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: These are PTP wired links - 3 of them combined together - -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Tom DeReggi Sent: Friday, January 13, 2006 1

Re: [WISPA] AP selection

2006-01-13 Thread John Thomas
I meant Cisco 1100 series... :-) John Thomas wrote: What area do you need to cover? Cisco 100 series are in the $400-500 range and do both A and G-they have 2 radios. With a decent wireless card in the laptop, you can get several hundred feet. They will layer 2 fast roam and have all

Re: [WISPA] TRANGO!!

2006-01-20 Thread John Thomas
Do they have any AP's with wider than 60 degree beams? John Brian Rohrbacher wrote: Trango Introduces New $149 WISP Subscriber Unit /β€” Lowest priced fixed wireless modem available β€”/ *SAN DIEGO, CA β€” January 18, 2006* - Trango Broadband Wireless, the leader in fixed broadband

Re: [WISPA] TRANGO!!

2006-01-25 Thread John Thomas
You read my mind. If they even had 90 degree antennas it would be great John Blair Davis wrote: That is too bad Since my biggest tower has less than 30 users, putting 6 $1000 ap's on one tower just doesn't make sense On the other hand, putting 3 AP's with 120deg antennas on a

Re: [WISPA] non-grid power

2006-02-03 Thread John Thomas
What are you powering? I am planning on spending about $40,000 to power my whole house off-grid.. John Travis Johnson wrote: Hi, We have one site that is non-grid power. I wish we had never installed there. We have now invested over $10,000 just in solar panels, wind turbine, battery

Re: [WISPA] taxes and ideas

2006-02-07 Thread John Thomas
Here is a novel idea, how about those that benefit from this list, digging into their pockets and paying their WISPA dues? I am not even a WISP yet, and have paid and receive benefits. John Thomas Clare Computer Solutions Peter R. wrote: Let me just add some ideas: 1) Follow what the DBS

Re: [WISPA] [Motorola II] metered billing

2010-01-25 Thread John Thomas
Read the fine print in the contracts. With ATT, if you call people outside ATT's network too much, they will raise your rates. John Josh Luthman wrote: I expect if it comes to a point where services are degraded and enough customers complain they will do just what Vonage does - find the top

Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Promo

2010-01-26 Thread John Thomas
Start lining up the lawsuit then. We pay about $350 for 100 megabits/sec at Hurricane Electric in Fremont CA. John Andy Trimmell wrote: 50Mbit for $450 a month isn't bad for a pipe to ATT. We're paying 10x that from ATT right now. $0.90? come on give me a break. If that's possible then we

Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Promo

2010-01-26 Thread John Thomas
We buy ours through a reseller, and they have quoted us $1000/month for Gig at Hurricane Electric in Fremont CA. John Mike Hammett wrote: I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if GigE connections were under $1 now. I know a couple companies were at $1. Bandwidth pricing is the inverse of

Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Promo

2010-01-29 Thread John Thomas
the cost we pay. -Original Message- From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf Of John Thomas Sent: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 9:44 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Promo We buy ours through a reseller, and they have quoted us

Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Promo

2010-01-29 Thread John Thomas
Kinda sounds like a WISP, eh? As long as they aren't overselling it to the point quality suffers, who cares? We had to work at just doing a speed test on our 100 meg connection as most of the servers couldn't do 100 meg up and 100 meg down. We finally were able to do a ftp and get 95 meg/95

Re: [WISPA] omni upside down

2010-01-29 Thread John Thomas
We have mounted omnis upside down because an omni pattern tends to radiate from the base of the antenna upward. By turning the antenna upside down, it becomes slight better at receiving and sending. That, and Cisco 1500's make it easy to do... John RickG wrote: Thanks! Is there any

Re: [WISPA] omni upside down

2010-01-31 Thread John Thomas
Stock Cisco omnis, we were hanging them from light poles. John RickG wrote: Which antenna did you use? -RickG On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 6:03 PM, John Thomas jtho...@quarnet.com wrote: We have mounted omnis upside down because an omni pattern tends to radiate from the base of the antenna

Re: [WISPA] Short range backhaul

2010-01-31 Thread John Thomas
Midnight overhead fiber run... :-) John Jeremie Chism wrote: I have a pop across the street from one of my towers. The phone company there is giving me a great deal on bandwidth but I have to get it across to the tower. Any recommendations for something reliable at that range. Sent

Re: [WISPA] Semi-OT: Mobile phone platform questions

2010-02-03 Thread John Thomas
Droid can do RDP and VPN John Brad Belton wrote: I used to remote desktop from my Sprint Touch phone (and earlier models too). However, a year or more ago I saw one of the guys here running remote desktop on his iPhone and was blown away how much better it worked than my HTC Touch. I

Re: [WISPA] Regulators may drop broadband line-sharing bombshell

2010-02-17 Thread John Thomas
Wouldn't it be great if there was something resembling consistent policies regarding facilities? Years ago, there was the suggestion that phone companies should be broken into 2 pieces, facilities and services. The facilities unit could sell access to the copper/fiber/cable to *any* buyer. You

Re: [WISPA] FCC Broadband plan call for more spectrum---- but not forWISP's that's for sure.

2010-02-24 Thread John Thomas
I've wondered what would happen with something like a licensed lite that you had to pay $200 a year for access to a band. If the FCC did that, and people actually used the bands, then they could make some money, and people could get access. If, for instance, you had say 700-740 MHz and each

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquity Pico2HP.

2010-03-10 Thread John Thomas
Cisco 1100 series a/b/g can be repeaters using both bands, Cisco 1200 series can be AP (root), CPE (non-root) or bridge. John Josh Luthman wrote: I'm thinking that every 802.11 device can be an AP or CPE. Pretty sure Tranzeo can. I know Engenius can. MT semi-can (requires lvl 4 to do

[WISPA] 10 ways you might be breaking the law with your computer: UPDATED

2010-03-29 Thread John Thomas
http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/10things/?p=1400tag=nl.e102 WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/ WISPA Wireless

[WISPA] Remote Controlled Drone

2010-10-20 Thread John Thomas
I have no idea if this would be on any use to anyone, but it seems like it might save a tower climb somewhere. http://www.brookstone.com/ar-drone-quadricopter.html?bkiid=hmpg|hdr|652479p You can remote control it with an iPhone and it has a camera. John

Re: [WISPA] Full BGP on RouterOS

2010-11-03 Thread John Thomas
You can *probably* do full tables on a pair of 1941's or 2900 Series Cisco's these days. With a pair of 1 U routers using VRRP or HSRP, you should be good to go. John On 11/2/2010 11:14 PM, Tom DeReggi wrote: Actually, answered own question... Saw picts on Google. Pretty sweet switch/router

Re: [WISPA] Covad Wireless

2010-11-21 Thread John Thomas
On 11/21/2010 5:48 AM, Mike Hammett wrote: Has anyone worked with Covad Wireless before? Yes, what do you want to know? John WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] Problems with facebook and hotmail

2010-12-02 Thread John Thomas
Have you looked at MTUs on the client PCs? If they have Windows PCs, download TCP Optimizer and set the MTU down to 1472 or less. A lot of ADSL circuits use PPPoE and it adds overhead. By dropping the MTU to allow for the PPPoE overhead, things will start working. IF testing show that this

Re: [WISPA] Email Accounts

2010-12-19 Thread John Thomas
On 12/15/2010 12:08 PM, Glenn Kelley wrote: I have found vmware to be a nightmare in many instances. That is a pretty bold statement, can you describe an instance where it was a nightmare? In others I absolutely love it. Check out the opensource project called ProxMox. It allows you to

Re: [WISPA] 5.2 or 5.4 Short Hops

2011-01-25 Thread John Thomas
Cisco 1200 series are FCC certified for DFS bands. We have a pair of 1250's doing a .3 mile link at 135 Megabits/sec. Throughput at about 9.5 Megabytes per second on a file copy. Yes, they are more expensive at about $650 each (CDW), but they work. If you don't need 802.11n, then the 1242's

[WISPA] Marketing ( was Re: Verizon 4G LTE - WOW - update)

2011-04-07 Thread John Thomas
Smart marketing goes a long way. I know of a company that was basically getting a 3 x T-1 pushed its way because ATT wanted to sell it to them. Wow, for only $700 per month you can have 4.5 Megabits per second. We told them go ask about Fiber. By going through a reseller, they were able to get

Re: [WISPA] Verizon 4G LTE - WOW - update

2011-04-07 Thread John Thomas
Rick, what price are you offering 10 megs at? In our neck of the woods Towerstream is doing 8 meg at $800 per month. John On 4/5/2011 9:23 PM, RickG wrote: Thats what I thought which is why I spent so much time and money on upgrading. I've got 30-50 megs at nearly every tower and I started

Re: [WISPA] Fwd: Choosing core router for small - medium WISP

2011-07-11 Thread John Thomas
Roman, for the things you are talking about, Ciscos are not necessarily stupid expensive. We typically are installing Cisco 881 series routers on Cable modem Internet connections that run at 87 meg down and 20 meg up, and they rarely push more than a few % CPU. 880 series routers can be had for

[WISPA] Internet Censorship

2011-11-16 Thread John Thomas
What is everyone's take on this? http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/technology/2011/11/sopa-internet-piracy-bill-criticized-as-internet-censorship/ WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] Can they really do this?

2012-09-22 Thread John Thomas
Ciscos wireless LAN controllers can do this. From the web page at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6366/products_qanda_item09186a008064a991.shtml Q. What is a Rogue AP? Can the rogue APs in my wireless network be automatically blocked? A. APs that are not part of your wireless deployment

Re: [WISPA] Cogent?

2012-09-24 Thread John Thomas
That statement alone sys a lot. We have a client with an MPLS network at Megapath- they don't do BGP. :-( Bret Clark bcl...@spectraaccess.com wrote: No problems and their 1st level tech support actually have a clue about BGP. On 09/24/2012 06:46 PM, Victoria Proffer wrote: Love them~

Re: [WISPA] Goodbye to Whitespace for WISP's uses?

2012-09-29 Thread John Thomas
What is really sad is that they could license lite, for a couple hundred dollars a year, spectrum to several thousand wisps and end up with the same $ as selling it to the big boys that would just end up camping on it. John Doug Clark d...@txox.com wrote: Sorry John, this should have been

Re: [WISPA] ConnectEd

2013-08-28 Thread John Thomas
Unfortunately, pricing is all over the board, and there are schools that are buying 100 meg circuits. In CA Comcast territory, they offer 100 meg by 10 ( or 20 ) for about $399 per month. Now, we all know that Comcast cherry picks where they provide service, so there are those that are a block

Re: [WISPA] 802.11 and roaming

2013-09-08 Thread John Thomas
It sounds like you didn't try Cisco CAPWAP controller based APs. You have very fine control of how they roam. John Blair Davis the...@wmwisp.net wrote: I've tried MikroTik. I've tried Cisco. I've tried UniFi. I pretty much don't think there is a working way to roam from AP to AP with 802.11

Re: [WISPA] packaging suggestions

2013-09-28 Thread John Thomas
Joe, for 1 reason, you have the fact that others are already doing it. My ATT 6 meg / 768 k circuit started out at unmetered for $19.99 per month. Then it went to 29.99 per month. Then came the 150 gig cap and $ 10 per each additional 50 gigs, then the base rate went to $34.95, and with my

Re: [WISPA] packaging suggestions

2013-09-28 Thread John Thomas
Also, if your billing systems allow for it, you probably want 3 tiers, minimal users, average users, and streaming users. John Joe Fiero joe1...@optonline.net wrote: Joe, I too built up on an open usage platform and yes, when the subscribers logged into their PowerCode portals and viewed

Re: [WISPA] Comcast asking FCC for more 5GHz spectrum.

2013-11-16 Thread John Thomas
Hey Ubiquiti, here is an idea for a new product... :-) Sent with AquaMail for Android http://www.aqua-mail.com On November 15, 2013 6:51:00 AM Eric Muehleisen ericm...@gmail.com wrote:

Re: [WISPA] Are we being muscled out of the 5265 - 5700 frequencies?

2014-02-10 Thread John Thomas
Interesting statement regarding Cisco. They sell $3000 per unit mesh equipment whose range would be hurt if power limits were dropped. John Sent with AquaMail for Android http://www.aqua-mail.com On February 10, 2014 6:15:22 AM Fred Goldstein fgoldst...@ionary.com wrote: Blair Davis

Re: [WISPA] Banswidth usage

2014-02-18 Thread John Thomas
Netflix at 480p does about 3 to 5 megabits per second. That upstream number looks high for Netflix. Sent with AquaMail for Android http://www.aqua-mail.com On February 18, 2014 9:51:51 AM ~NGL~ n...@ngl.net wrote: I have a customer that has used 19 GBytes down and 9 GBytes up in the last 18

Re: [WISPA] package ideas

2014-05-06 Thread John Thomas
How about adding 5 Meg at $79, then 10 Meg at $109? wi...@mncomm.com wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless ___ Wireless mailing list

Re: [WISPA] pay per use billing

2014-05-06 Thread John Thomas
How about tiering? If you have the infrastructure for it, 2 megabits limited to 50 gig, and then it slows down to 128 k for the rest of the month. wi...@mncomm.com wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] package ideas

2014-05-07 Thread John Thomas
My suggestion was only relative to your current pricing. For reference, ATT UVerse in my area is $34.95 for 6 Meg down, and 768 k up, and when you go past 150 gigs in a month, it's $10 for each 50 gigs. Charter is bragging about 30 megs down, and 4 megs up, capped at 250 gig ( I think) for

Re: [WISPA] Need 50Mb highly symmetrical service in Dallas, Texas

2014-05-29 Thread John Thomas
Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID Brad Belton b...@belwave.com wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless ___ Wireless mailing list

Re: [WISPA] Need 50Mb highly symmetrical service in Dallas, Texas

2014-05-29 Thread John Thomas
Do you have a tower that can service Plano? Looking for 10 meg/10 meg IP v4, IP v6, BGP. I checked with every other wireless provider in the area, and no one does IP v6, and most can't do BGP. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID Brad Belton b...@belwave.com wrote:

Re: [WISPA] Commission Sales

2014-07-03 Thread John Thomas
Normally sales people will work off a base + commission. Sometimes the base is a draw, or partial commission in advance. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID Carl Shivers cshiv...@aristotle.net wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list

Re: [WISPA] security certificate

2014-10-19 Thread John Thomas
Or you can buy a wildcard for a few hundred dollars and use it on all your devices. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID Josh Luthman j...@imaginenetworksllc.com wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] security certificate

2014-10-19 Thread John Thomas
http://www.netcentraldomains.com $209 per year. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID Josh Luthman j...@imaginenetworksllc.com wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless

Re: [WISPA] security certificate

2014-10-20 Thread John Thomas
If you use Exchange 2007 or newer, you can change the internal dns name in your send and receive connectors to match the cert. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID Timothy Way t...@way.lc wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] Anyone serving Pompey NY? PR for WISPA

2014-11-08 Thread John Thomas
And I know someone in San Ramon that the business complex is across the street from Comcast. They want $10,000 to cross the street. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID Mike Lyon mike.l...@gmail.com wrote: ___ Wireless mailing list

Re: [WISPA] 2dbi vs 3dbi vs 5 dbi vs 100mw vs 400mw

2014-11-13 Thread John Thomas
You have the right idea. It is only when you increase power on both ends that the distance increases. Tablets in particular only have about 10 - 15 mW radios so that is the lowest common denominator. If you have radios with removable antennas, you can sometimes use different antennas to

[WISPA] Looking for service

2014-11-14 Thread John Thomas
Looking for 10 meg 1640 West Yosemite Blvd. Manteca, CA 95337 Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless

Re: [WISPA] Ping monitoring?

2017-01-20 Thread John Thomas
PRTG? - Original Message - Subject: [WISPA] Ping monitoring? From: "Jon Langeler" Date: 1/18/17 6:35 pm To: a...@afmug.com I can't get smokeping to send a ping say every second and only one each time. Any alternatives or suggestions? Jon Langeler

[WISPA] Renton WA - Looking for service

2016-12-14 Thread John Thomas
I'm looking for service 600 Powell Ave SW Renton WA 98057 need 13 Static IP addresses 5 Megabits symmetric bandwidth ___ Wireless mailing list Wireless@wispa.org http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless

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