Re: [WISPA] Comcast

2008-05-09 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
I also heard through sources that Comcast is working on WiMax with a 
partner. Only got vague details, and I'm not sure if they've said 
anything publicly about it.

Just, FYI.

-Tony

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Re: [WISPA] OSPF tips

2008-04-16 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
Putting everything in Area 0 works just fine, as long as you don't go 
above say, 50 routers. Yes, that is a just a number pulled out of the 
air. Why? Well, it depends on the cpu in the router, and how long you're 
willing to wait for a full convergence. As I see it, I wouldn't let it 
go above 50 routers in any single area.. not even with our decently 
powered ImageStream Rebels.

Just my 2p,

-Tony

Bryan Scott wrote:
 rabbtux rabbtux wrote:
 Played with OSPF some, but am unclear on how to use the
 'area' parameter in my topology.  
 
 
 Unless yours is a multi-state topology with hundreds of routers, put 
 everything into Area 0.  It keeps things really simple.
 
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Re: [WISPA] Intel-based 4-port Fast Ethernet Card - StarOS

2008-03-19 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
Honestly, My core is 100% ImageStream Routers. I have no problem 
trusting them to run, day in, day out, 100%

As far as Microtik goes, I'm curious about the question that got pushed 
aside, what do they use for Dynamic routing? Quagga? Zebra? I ask 
because from what I've heard they're violating open source licensing 
with their MPLS implementation. I can't remember from who or where, and 
honestly I've never touched a Microtik, but someone expressed grave 
concern for their licensing. I personally would do more digging on that 
before I ever bought one of their products

Just my 2p,

-Tony


Joshua Rowe wrote:
 This should maybe be a new thread, and I'm not sure Tom is making this point 
 or not,, but I agree, would you trust your CORE to anything but Cisco? I'm 
 not sure I would. 
 
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 From: Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 Subject: Re: [WISPA] Intel-based 4-port Fast Ethernet Card - StarOS
 
 What does MT do that Star doesn't do in the routing arena?
 I'll add that both platforms have the same flaw.  They use 
 OpenSource, but then close the system. Seems kind of opposite the purpose.
 On a possitive note, I have to say, Mikrotik has really innovated 
 their platform, with a lot of their own code and solutions, to solve 
 problems that couldn't be solved using the previous alternative 
 popular open source apps usually used for those purposes.  My hats 
 goes off  to them.

 But the risk that keeps popping up is...  They aren't Cisco, in the 
 terms of 1000's of top tier people to research and support 
 development of their platform. Can we trust MT's or any small 
 player's proprietary code, for the long haul?  In the Open Source 
 world, there is a clear answer to that, make it open source, and if 
 the developer stops maintaining it, there is a way to get someone to 
 take over maintaining it, without loosing the investment into the platform.

 I'm not saying companies like MT and STAROS should make their 
 proprietary code into open source. But what I like is the ability to 
 ADD packages to an existing platform.

 I can give an example, of a monthy ago, when I installed a MT router 
 because , I thought the pretty GUI would make a good impression, but 
 then 24hours later I had to pull it because there was no way for me 
 to test the performance of the link remotely, easilly for my 
 specific situation. I needed Iperf on the router. It was a better 
 choice to use a standard Linux system, basic native routing, because 
 it also enabled Iperf.

 MT and STAROS are two nice products, but this discussion doesn't 
 stop there.

 For example ImageStream, even though a bit more expensive, they 
 provide an Open system. Their OS is maintained and preloaded with a 
 few bells and whistles.  But you CAN LOAD your own code ALSO.

 Then there is Voyeta.  Its based on 2.6 Kernal of Linux, and its 
 100% open source, and give the security of using a maintained OS 
 (for example BGP and QUAGGA fixes). But you can pay extra for 
 maintenance and quicker updates.

 MT and STARTOS, will stay winners for high end WIFI Radio CPE and 
 APs. But when it comes to Core Routers, to stay competitive, they 
 really need to open the platform, and allow third party modules to 
 be loaded by owners or developers.  Sure, there is the arguement 
 that CISCO DOESNT DO  THAT, but they aren't Cisco.

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Re: [WISPA] FW: Red Work Binder: Emergency use only!

2008-03-19 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
I suggest we test this Red Binder out at ISPCON in Chicago. Who is up to 
the challenge?

Muhahaa,

-Tony


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 problems, or any kind of problem, please come and get the red binder and it
 will help you through your issue.
  
  






  
 Use the red binder for all issues...it is guaranteed to make you stress-free
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Re: [WISPA] IPv6 and Us

2008-03-04 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
As far as vendors go, I've seen the same thing on our end, I'm pretty 
sure none of our CPE supports it as of yet, the only thing that does is 
our routers. I would like to say that Imagestream has been great as far 
as getting us updated with IPv6 tools,  their engineers are working on 
quite a few exciting things that I think are going to help the migration 
of IPv6 into our network.

We just got our allocation last Friday, I think out of all of our 
upstreams, only 2 do IPv6 on their own backbone. And honestly I'm a bit 
worried to contact one of them..  they're going to want to charge us for it.

-Tony

Bryan Scott wrote:
 Anthony R. Mattke wrote:
 Someone posted some questions about a year ago about IPv6 and most of us 
 looked at it and said yeah, some day.. but for a lot of us IPv6 is our 
 next step.

   What about IPv6-IPv6 gateways/6to4 tunnels? Anyone configure one on 
 their network yet?
 
 I've done this at home with one of my Linux boxes and it works great on 
 Linux and OS X.  That's as far as I got.
 
 There are a lot of questions for anything thinking about IPv6 
 integration / migration, and I'd like to discuss some of the options as 
 far as moving forward with IPv6 deployment with anyone that is interested.
 
 We went to an ARIN IPv6 meeting, and even got our initial IPv6 
 allocation.  The biggest problem pointed out by the DOD presenter was 
 that nobody's eating their own dog food.  All the vendors are making 
 IPv6 compliant gear, but it doesn't cooperate well (he cited various 
 issues in their testing).
 
 That leads to the second problem, which is since nothing works, nobody 
 deploys.  Without anybody deploying, nothing gets tested so that it 
 works.  A big chicken-and-egg problem...
 
 After getting our deployment, I asked our (big name) upstream providers 
 about setting up concurrent IPv6 peering or tunneling, whichever would 
 work.  They were reluctant and said they weren't really ready or 
 couldn't do it.
 
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Re: [WISPA] IPv6 and Us

2008-03-04 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
Well, some of the old Telco's don't seem to understand that things are 
changing. They still operate with the understanding that everything is 
special and needs to be added onto the cost of your circuit. Someone 
*cough*ATT*cough* wanted to charge for the ability to use bgp community 
blackholes on their network. IPv6? Oh yeah, I had to do some digging on 
this, its part of our MIS++^3 service, we'll pursue this on an 
individual case basic and need to open an ICB pricing request to 
determine the cost to add this feature to your circuit.

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ahem, yeah.. You get the drift.

-Tony

John J. Thomas wrote:
 I hope they don't charge more for IPv6. Currently ARIN is offering discounts 
 for those that want to deploy IPv6, and they are considering making IPv4 cost 
 more as time goes on in order to push IPv6 adoption.
 
 John
 
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Anthony R. Mattke [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Tuesday, March 4, 2008 06:55 AM
 To: 'WISPA General List'
 Subject: Re: [WISPA] IPv6 and Us

 As far as vendors go, I've seen the same thing on our end, I'm pretty 
 sure none of our CPE supports it as of yet, the only thing that does is 
 our routers. I would like to say that Imagestream has been great as far 
 as getting us updated with IPv6 tools,  their engineers are working on 
 quite a few exciting things that I think are going to help the migration 
 of IPv6 into our network.

 We just got our allocation last Friday, I think out of all of our 
 upstreams, only 2 do IPv6 on their own backbone. And honestly I'm a bit 
 worried to contact one of them..  they're going to want to charge us for it.

 -Tony

 Bryan Scott wrote:
 Anthony R. Mattke wrote:
 Someone posted some questions about a year ago about IPv6 and most of us 
 looked at it and said yeah, some day.. but for a lot of us IPv6 is our 
 next step.

   What about IPv6-IPv6 gateways/6to4 tunnels? Anyone configure one on 
 their network yet?

 I've done this at home with one of my Linux boxes and it works great on 
 Linux and OS X.  That's as far as I got.

 There are a lot of questions for anything thinking about IPv6 
 integration / migration, and I'd like to discuss some of the options as 
 far as moving forward with IPv6 deployment with anyone that is interested.
 We went to an ARIN IPv6 meeting, and even got our initial IPv6 
 allocation.  The biggest problem pointed out by the DOD presenter was 
 that nobody's eating their own dog food.  All the vendors are making 
 IPv6 compliant gear, but it doesn't cooperate well (he cited various 
 issues in their testing).

 That leads to the second problem, which is since nothing works, nobody 
 deploys.  Without anybody deploying, nothing gets tested so that it 
 works.  A big chicken-and-egg problem...

 After getting our deployment, I asked our (big name) upstream providers 
 about setting up concurrent IPv6 peering or tunneling, whichever would 
 work.  They were reluctant and said they weren't really ready or 
 couldn't do it.

 -- Bryan


 
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[WISPA] IPv6 and Us

2008-03-03 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
Someone posted some questions about a year ago about IPv6 and most of us 
looked at it and said yeah, some day.. but for a lot of us IPv6 is our 
next step.

Has anyone sat down and done anything thinking about how they're going 
to meet guidelines for deployment? More specifically how are we going to 
hand out a /48 to each customer ? This is much easier in a PtP world, 
but with PtMP it makes it much more difficult to manage. Who is using 
link-locals for PTP router connections on your backbone? What about /64s 
? Anyone see major issues with doing such? What about IPv6-IPv6 
gateways/6to4 tunnels? Anyone configure one on their network yet? Are 
people running dual stack instead of depending on a gateway/tunnel? Or 
have there been issues with setting up dual stack POPs?

There are a lot of questions for anything thinking about IPv6 
integration / migration, and I'd like to discuss some of the options as 
far as moving forward with IPv6 deployment with anyone that is interested.


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Re: [WISPA] ISPCON - WHOSE GOING?

2007-10-15 Thread Anthony R. Mattke

Anyone planning a WISPA gettogether?

We're flying out this afternoon and wouldn't mind hooking up with people 
later tonight. (Dinner, Bar, etc.)


-Tony

George Rogato wrote:

I'll be there

Mac Dearman wrote:

I thought I would see who is planning to attend ISPCON?

We need to make a plan!

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[WISPA] What we like to call a D3 moment.

2007-08-22 Thread Anthony R. Mattke

To add humor to everyone's life I'd like to share the start of my day.

At about 3:20 am, a dump truck decided to disconnect us from our 480 
Volt 3 phase shore power. Fun? Sure !


Pictures available at http://mattke.net/d3/

Video now posted on You Tube !

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Re: [WISPA] Managing your network on the go-go-go!

2007-08-10 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
I have the 8525, its a pretty decent phone, but again its sold for ATT 
-- you can download keyboard software that has CTRL key functionality. 
I use pocket putty for ssh currently, and Mocha VNC for.. well, 
obviously VNC.


Phone works pretty well, they are some firmware bugs with it. But its 
worth looking into.


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HTC 8525  http://www.america.htc.com/products/8525/default.html

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-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of David E. Smith
Sent: Monday, August 06, 2007 12:07 PM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: [WISPA] Managing your network on the go-go-go!


I'm looking for a way to keep an eye on my network, and to fix some 
basic stuff, while hiking, or on vacation, or what-have-you. Ideally, 
something I could take to a baseball game with me, even.


A laptop computer is far too big for what I've got in mind, as it's 
likely to double as a pass-around pager for whoever's on call this 
week. Thus, I'm probably limited to a Blackberry or maybe a Windows 
Mobile device like the Motorola Q, running on a cell phone network.


Most of our towers are running Valemount's StarOS software, so we need 
something that has an SSH client, and that SSH client needs to support 
key chording (Control-whatever, basically). Most devices like this, a 
Web browser is a given, which should handle the rest of our needs 
(looking in on the network monitoring system, and a couple Ligowave 
towers). The ability to receive (and, maybe, send) emails is important, 
but that's pretty much guaranteed these days too. (Worst case, I whip up 
some email-to-SMS voodoo.)


VNC support would be swell but probably not strictly needed. (Besides, 
it'd take forever to scroll around a 1208x1024 desktop on one of those...)


I can't be the first one here who's looked at getting a Blackberry (or 
something similar) to handle basic network stuff remotely. What works? 
What doesn't? Will I even be sorta-happy with, say, a Blackberry 8700?


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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-05 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
You're not only a member of WISP, but you're also a client^H^H^H^H^H^H
manufacturer.

(see older TV add for joke)

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-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Jeff Broadwick
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:44 AM
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Subject: RE: [WISPA] Orlando

But I'm not a wisp...I work for a manufacturer...how does that add up?!?!
:-) 

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Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:09 AM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

So that explains why you became a wisp, you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express
(See TV Ad for the joke). ;-)

You have a Good Day now,


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Jeff Broadwick wrote:
 I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express just north of Downtown Disney last
time.
 Nice hotel, and it was about $100/night.

 You can count me and Doug Hass in on the dinner Peter.  Thanks!

 Jeff
  

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 I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

 Couple of notes:

 The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
 Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
 @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate near
here.

 There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International Drive: 
 Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado. 
 (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so 
 deep, walking can be faster).

 How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner 
 there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
 24 is ISP-CEO).

 Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
 studies are being lined up for this one.

 Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

 Regards,

 Peter


 Dawn DiPietro wrote:

   
 All,

 I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and 
 will keep you all posted.
 There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
 hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
 experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be 
 in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)

 Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
 appreciated.

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Sam Tetherow wrote:

 
 Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
 extra curricular.
 Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
 conversation for the most part.
 An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
 walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
 conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.

 Sam Tetherow
 Sandhills Wireless
   
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Re: [WISPA] Routers

2007-02-08 Thread Anthony R. Mattke

Where are you finding those boards for $22 a piece?

-Tony

cw wrote:
We use WAR boards but if it's resi wireless LAN needed, these work fine 
http://www.pcbay.net/wgnewirowisu.html. They have Atheros chipset and 
are $22 delivered. Throw them away when they die. All the consumer grade 
stuff lasts the same length of time.


Ross Cornett wrote:
Hey guys, I hope some of you can enlighten me on what is the best line 
of router out there for home and small business.  We have used linksys 
and netgear and their broadband routers have not held up very well.   
Anyone have any ideas as to what they are using and what works best?  
I am tired of replacing these things and explaining to the customer 
their lack of quality.  Your feedback is very welcome.



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