Re: [WISPA] All Those Attending WiNOG --- Patrick Leary in Attendance

2008-09-12 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Is WINOG coming back to the California area soon? --- On Fri, 9/12/08, Patrick Leary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Patrick Leary [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [WISPA] All Those Attending WiNOG --- Patrick Leary in Attendance To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org Date: Friday, September

Re: [WISPA] Wireless Backhaul options/test/results

2007-12-09 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Dragonwave and/or Orthogon are some others to consider. Some of my old customers use them here in the Bay Area, California. --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all, I am in the need of upgrading some backhauls. We are currently using Alvarion AUVL units with a SU-54-BD. According to

Re: [WISPA] E-Rate Process

2007-11-08 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Dave - Here is a weblink: http://www.sl.universalservice.org/data/pdf/ERATE_DISCOUNTS_FOR_SCHOOLS_AND_LIBRARIES.pdf The E-rate – or, more precisely, the Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support Mechanism – provides discounts to assist most schools and libraries in the United States to

Re: [WISPA] netflow

2007-11-07 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Travis - what are you trying to achieve? Monitoring peer to peer, uptime, allocating bandwidth? are you asking for network analytics type? what is your budget? --- Travis Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Anyone have any suggestions for a good Netflow package (collector, reporting,

Re: [WISPA] OT: Wasps

2007-09-23 Thread Felix A. Lopez
:) I can send the article to you hit me off list if needed. Felix Lopez Utilities and Wireless Practioneer --- Ray Jean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey This is wierd,I talked to a dish installer and a person that does scada climbs and they both say they have never see this before in 20 years

Re: [WISPA] Re: OT: Wasps Please read the Answer

2007-09-21 Thread Felix A. Lopez
read the link: http://www.pctonline.com/articles/article.asp?ID=340CatID=6SubCatID=28 Thanks for asking! Felix Lopez Utilities and Wireless San Francisco Area in College. --- Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What precautions does OSHA expect for these type situation, that unarguabley

RE: [WISPA] OT: video of news segment in Idaho about a new localWiMAX service

2007-09-18 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Pat - Excellent video and example of WiMax 802.16 (e) Wow. I am just waiting for a whole bunch of WiMax enabled products. Pat =Tell us more about the next PlugFest. Any nifty dual mode products coming out? Felix Lopez Utilites and Wireless Practioneer Calif. --- Patrick Leary [EMAIL

Re: [WISPA] SCADA

2007-09-15 Thread Felix A. Lopez
frequencies on the MDS radios. Felix Lopez Utilities and wireless practioneer San Franscio Area --- Joe Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Most SCADA radios, are MDS 900 mhz radios. They are connected via an RS232 connection. There are companies that sell RS232 to ethernet adapters. That would

Re: [WISPA] [Fwd: [wireless]Emerald Incident #57098 for [EMAIL PROTECTED] (1 Wireless Conn)]

2007-09-06 Thread Felix A. Lopez
My recommendation is we should take John Scriv's note with serious and sincerety. I recommend that someone near Barbara give her a customer service inquiry phone call and ask her is their anything that we can do better in the future and how can we get her back. Here is why: The recent big GSA

Re: [WISPA] Direc TV and Dish

2007-08-10 Thread Felix A. Lopez
John - In the Bay Area, DirectTV outsources some of their their installation sales services to another company that is branded DirectTV. I forgot that company's name but they were going to hire me to install Direct TV on a part time/full time basis. Apparantly DirectTV cannot keep up with the

[WISPA] Seek solar powered Video Surveillance Camera

2007-08-10 Thread Felix A. Lopez
but the camera was not solar. He had access to power. Here is what I found on websearch: http://www.oksolar.com/cctv/ip%5Fvideo%5Fanywhere/ http://www.wecusurveillance.com/page/791214 http://www.sunsurveillance.com/ Thank you for your time. Felix Lopez Utilities and Wireless Practitioner

RE: BlackBerry Apps WAS Re: [WISPA] Managing your network onthego-go-go!

2007-08-10 Thread Felix A. Lopez
experiences, and your product? Thanks Felix Lopez San Francisco, CA Utilities and Wireless Practitioner --- Paul Dumais [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Our VNC product is called Mobile Desktop (also supports RDP and SSH tunneling) and it is $45. Paul Dumais Idokorro Mobile Inc. -Original

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

2007-08-08 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Tom: I agree with your approach based on my dealings with large utilities and munis with wireless systems. Most CIO types have a hanheld PDA for remote monitoring/SMS/SSH/Remote VPN; and the technicians in the field have the laptop.+ the PDATypically a message goes to a 1-800 Call Center

RE: [WISPA] RE: How to get climbers licensed.

2007-08-08 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Eric: Do you know of any similar Climber Certification courses in the Silicon Valley or California? Thanks. Felix --- Eric Albert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://comtrainusa.com/CT/index.htm These guys are good. Eric Albert Application Engineer Alvarion, Inc. 412-436-0363 Pittsburgh

Re: [WISPA] Re: Earthquake: was Need emergency wireless internet service

2007-08-08 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Speaking of emergency wireless IP service, there was a 7.4 earthquake in Jakarta this morning. I am on the USGS email listserv. http://earthquake.usgs.gov/ CNN newbreak right now. Hope the WISPs are ok if any. --- Steve Stroh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Marlon: You didn't provide any

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

2007-08-07 Thread Felix A. Lopez
but on a ruggedized mobile handheld. SO you are on the right track. Felix Lopez Utilities and Wireless --- David E. Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matt Liotta wrote: Is this a statement of I've used SSH and found it wanting, or I haven't done this but I don't think it'd work? Of course I

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

2007-08-06 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Dave/Mike: Handango has a bevy of software and handheld applications. See weblink below http://www.handango.com/home.jsp?siteId=1 F. --- David E. Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mike Hammett wrote: I'd think a Sprint PocketPC device would be the way to go, but I haven't tried it. The

Re: [WISPA] Google: Wireless Internet - What to Sell?

2007-08-02 Thread Felix A. Lopez
tactical strategic plan. Felix Lopez Wireless and Utilities practioner San Francisco, CA --- Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Team, Marlon, et al, Need your help to get to next level. We are finally #1 in google under wireless internet. we get LOTS

Re: [WISPA] Ohio State-wide broadband network

2007-08-02 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Mike - My other comments are that local governments have un-used fiber capacity and therefore seeking ways of generating revenue. Such is the case with quasi goverment fiber too. For example, I believe NOAA-NET seeking to promote space and sell fiber services to other providers. (at least that

Re: [WISPA] Business Networking International

2007-07-30 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Hi Mike, I attended my local chapter and was impressed. You will have to pay quarterly dues and there are membership requirements such as attendance, rules of engagement; in order to make it worthwhile for members. It is especially great for small business and medium business owners in need of

Re: [WISPA] Fiber Sources

2007-07-21 Thread Felix A. Lopez
=1.intl=us This approach is based on what was done during my work in the electric utility business in the Silicon Valley at PGE. Felix Lopez Utilities and Wireless Practitioner --- RickG [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Cut it and see who complains! j/k! On 7/21/07, Smith, Rick [EMAIL PROTECTED

[WISPA] Google open to wireless bid

2007-07-20 Thread Felix A. Lopez
As it pertains to the previous postings... Google open to wireless bid By Richard Waters in San Francisco Published: July 20 2007 21:19 | Last updated: July 20 2007 21:19 Google has disclosed for the first time that it is prepared to bid in a forthcoming auction of wireless spectrum in the US,

RE: [WISPA] Our 5.3 GHz cert is in!

2007-07-20 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Pat, I found it somewhat difficult to locate on OET website: http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/ Do you have a more direct weblink? Thanks, Felix --- Patrick Leary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Actually, Moto's came in day before officially (posted on the OET site). Unofficially, our was completed

Re: [WISPA] T-Mobile [EMAIL PROTECTED]

2007-07-20 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Nice write up John. I have Sprint network with Samsung phone unfortunately locked in for 2 years. However, the T-Mobile offering looks appealing. So you had session persistance? Nice. Can you re-clarify that you did not have to re-authenticate at all? For example let's say you walk out of

RE: [WISPA] trango repairs

2007-07-19 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Jack: In general, there are less troubleshooter/radio repairman training classes and vocational programs in the public school system. I had a discussion about this with my 82 year old buddy who is an old Motorola radioman and ARRL member. Part of this stems from the buy it and chuck it and

Re: [WISPA] trango repairs

2007-07-19 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Tom - I worked with field technicians, Call Centers and I trained Call Centers in previous life and agree with you. I think it is also a training issue and I.T. issue. I recall my Call Center/RMA standard operating procedures (SOPs) required just what you said - the more detail the better in RMA.

Re: [WISPA] trango repairs

2007-07-19 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Travis: Isn't the other factor also that you have to buy some brands in 100 bundle pack/500 bundle and therefore it is not as simple as just replace with new because its cheaper than repairing?? Regarding unrepairable Atlas and Fox, I think you can get some money at electronic recycler in your

Re: [WISPA] pricing

2007-07-18 Thread Felix A. Lopez
customers are making you to pay the purchase price over 12-24 months... :) —End Felix Lopez Wireless Practitioneer San Francisco, CA --- Travis Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey, Anyone seen current pricing for purchase of a WISP? The last I saw it was around 12x the monthly... has

Re: [WISPA] pricing

2007-07-18 Thread Felix A. Lopez
in and get up to where we are. IN A SHORT TIME SPAN. That price can vary, but it's probably much more than 12x monthly. George Felix A. Lopez wrote: Travis,Last year, I discussed this very topic with my regional WISP in Northern California and they said they heard a raw price

Re: [WISPA] pricing

2007-07-18 Thread Felix A. Lopez
before wireless. By the way, many petroleum companies use wireless for monitoring of pumps in remote regional areas. Felix Energy Technologist and Wireless Practitioneer --- Felix A. Lopez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: George/Travis/All: What's interesting is that my local WISP said the local

RE: [WISPA] 4.9 use (answer for Ralph)

2007-07-18 Thread Felix A. Lopez
set up all this outside his firewall and indigenous city system. Sorry for not answering you earlier. Felix Lopez Utilities and Wireless Practitioneer --- Ralph [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is very interesting and makes me curious, Felix. Which part of the workforce is using the 4.9? What

Re: [WISPA] 4.9 use (answer for Ralph)

2007-07-18 Thread Felix A. Lopez
POP. Felix A. Lopez Utilities and wireless practitioneer --- George Rogato [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sheesh 2.4 for utility metering? Felix A. Lopez wrote: Ralph, To answer your question regarding what part of workforce is using the 4.9 GHz. The short answer is the city first

Re: [WISPA] Wimax

2007-07-17 Thread Felix A. Lopez
are Clearwire (US), with a customer base of 232,000; Unwired Australia, with more than 63,500; Iberbanda (Spain), with over 40,000; and MVS Mexico (Clearwire’s partner in Mexico), with 35,000 (this last figure is from Q4 2006). http://www.wimax.com/commentary/blog/blog-2007/a-paranoid-industry Felix

Re: [WISPA] Wimax

2007-07-17 Thread Felix A. Lopez
on the webserv. Carl - are you giving a presentation on WiMax? Seems like there are some subject matter experts or knowlegable people who participate on this listserv who can help you. Felix A. Lopez Wireless Practitioner --- Sam Tetherow [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can anyone confirm 232,000 WiMAX

RE: [WISPA] Wimax

2007-07-17 Thread Felix A. Lopez
. o: 650.314.2628 c: 760.580.0080 [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Felix A. Lopez Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2007 2:36 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] Wimax Sam: I'm interested in verifying those

Re: [WISPA] New WISPA Member - Ted Olson of OACYS Technology

2007-07-13 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Hi Ted, Noticed your company based in PORTERVILLE. I am originally from the Reedley/Sanger area and my family had a resturant and men's clothing store in Porterville long time ago (Figueroa's). One of my other friend's is deploying wireless in Orange Cove. I also work with Integrity Networks in

Re: [WISPA] 4.9 use

2007-07-11 Thread Felix A. Lopez
responders. Felix Lopez Wireless Practioneer --- Steve Stroh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Butch: From what I understand, frequency coordination for 4.9 GHz is local, though all transmitters in licensed spectrum are eventually registered with the FCC. I imagine 4.9 GHz is in various areas

Re: [WISPA] RUS grant applications.

2007-07-11 Thread Felix A. Lopez
] *** Felix Lopez Technologist --- D. Ryan Spott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has anyone here received a RUS grant? If so, would you be comfortable sharing a copy of your grant with me or the group? thanks! ryan

Re: [WISPA] 700 MHz - The Other View

2007-07-09 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Steve/John: I worked with local rural WISP operator in rural foothills Nothern California. He told me that the large carrier told him they typically seek at least a block of 10,000 rural customers before entering a rural space. This is anecdotal and I searching the web for evidence of this rule

Re: [WISPA] 700 MHz - The Other View

2007-07-08 Thread Felix A. Lopez
John, Thank you for the posting. Most know 700 mhz but if not, I included a weblink on 700 Mhz explained: http://gigaom.com/2007/03/14/700mhz-explained/ ...including interesting Comments section. Also, Aloha Partners is reputed to be the largest owner of 700 MHz spectrum; including 700 MHz plans

[WISPA] Community Connect Broadband Grant Program - Applications Period Open

2007-07-06 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Dear WiSPS, The USDA just sent out this new annoucement. I plan to review tonight. Felix --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Subject: 7/5/2007 Community Connect Broadband Grant Program - Announcement Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2007 13:27:36 -0400 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] CC:

Reply: [WISPA] Verizon in the Fixed Wireless business

2007-07-06 Thread Felix A. Lopez
- From: Felix A. Lopez [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2007 3:56 PM Subject: Re: [WISPA] Verizon in the Fixed Wireless business Tom: I'm glad you posted the weblink. The Verizon/FibreTower announcment is part of the large GSA RFP

Re: [WISPA] Trango VOIP

2007-07-03 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Doug: I believe the other key factor is your RF environment I’m transmitting 1-3 miles over a salt water ¾ mile wide river. Assuming you are using RF planning tools, You may want to tweak your RF link path analysis. F --- Tom DeReggi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have plenty of VOIP

Re: [WISPA] Verizon in the Fixed Wireless business

2007-07-03 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Tom: I'm glad you posted the weblink. The Verizon/FibreTower announcment is part of the large GSA RFP Networx Universal and Networx Enterprise RFP, whereby ATT, Qwest Communications and Verizon won spots on Universal. The same three companies also got places on Enterprise, along with Sprint and

Re: [WISPA] Low cost generator

2007-06-30 Thread Felix A. Lopez
George/Mike: I worked for 6 years in deep UPS and power quality at PGE in Silicon Valley including IEEE1159 and CBEMA curve. Our field work demonstrated that if an automatic transfer does not take place at one quarter of a cycle in a 60 cycle per second AC power supply, then the sensitive logic

Re: [WISPA] Low cost generator

2007-06-30 Thread Felix A. Lopez
relay coordinaton settings. Felix --- George Rogato [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was hoping to use my apc ups's inline with the back up generator. Any reason why this won't work? Felix A. Lopez wrote: George/Mike: I worked for 6 years in deep UPS and power quality at PGE in Silicon

Re: [WISPA] FCC Public Notice

2007-06-28 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Mike - Can Citizens at Large provide comment too? I am involved in volunteer wireless project for a local school district in my area. The CTO is always seeking ways to do wireless on a limited budget. We already have problems with interference in a confined urban space and hypothesized a

Re: [WISPA] Outsource Tech Support

2007-06-26 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Mark: I have worked with http://www.wams.com/ - Wide Area Management Services based here in the Silicon Valley. They provide 24/7 Hour mission critical nettwork management services. I've been to their NOC. What are you trying to do and problems your trying to solve? Felix --- Mark McElvy [EMAIL

Re: [WISPA] TrangoLINK Giga

2007-06-26 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Tom: I recall providing wireless bachauls to a big utilty. Even though they are a billion dollar utility, I still provided technical training and lunch for all their communiation technicians. It was much appreciated by the client. I also recall providing backhaul training to my WISP. I also

Re: [WISPA] Wifi @ a Motel

2007-06-23 Thread Felix A. Lopez
nice. I use a setup like this and it works well with some planning. On 6/22/07, Felix A. Lopez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark,. Because you asked specifically: We used the Motorola Canopy, Motorola Orthogon, and Moto Mesh products. I worked with my WiSP parnter listed below. WE

Re: [WISPA] Power Outages: wasISP's Required to Block Sites

2007-06-22 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Gentlemen: The IEEE 1159 Power Quality Standard for Commercial Industrial applications a good standard to help avoid downtime due to power outages, sags, surges, and related. Search Google for :IEEE1159.1. IEEE1159.2, IEEE1159.3 and IEC 61000-4-30 for standard which provide the methodology for

Re: [WISPA] Tree Attenuation: was 5 GHz attenuation

2007-06-22 Thread Felix A. Lopez
MIke/WiSPA readers - Here two studies in the public domain published by the US NTIA and study from the Univ. of Texas.(It would be handy to put a table together for WiSP operators just like the ohm resistance tables are done for electrical contractors). ¡§Radio Propagation Considerations...¡¨ ..

Re: [WISPA] Wifi @ a Motel

2007-06-22 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Mark: The professional RF Planning software is good for large designs. There is also freeware available and I will let the cat out of the bag. http://www.cplus.org/rmw/english1.html Radio Mobile software is a copyright of Roger Coud?VE2DBE. Radio Mobile is dedicated to amateur radio and

RE: [WISPA] Wifi @ a Motel

2007-06-22 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Felix A. Lopez wrote: Mark: The professional RF Planning software is good for large designs. There is also freeware available and I will let the cat out of the bag. http://www.cplus.org/rmw/english1.html Radio Mobile software is a copyright of Roger Coud?VE2DBE. Radio Mobile

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

2007-06-21 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Blair/Chris: I worked with my local WISP whose been in the business a long time and loved helping them to build their business. We installed a combination mobile mesh/fixed wireless system using equipment from a major manufacturer and provided the following: Wireless Mobile mesh network with the

Re: [WISPA] Pigtails

2007-06-21 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Kelly, We waterproofed our pigtails and leads by taping and retaping. Not sure if that will help you. This same practice is used in the electric utlility industry. I think there is a standard with IEEE and IBEW trained personnel. My guys waterproofed everything. Foggy here in the San Franciso

Re: [WISPA] Report: Sprint looking for WiMAX partner

2007-06-15 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Big news indeed and good weblink. From an activist shareholder point of view; the other big factor in the Sprint-Nextel issue is the highly respected activist investor Mr. Ralph Whitworth. http://www.directorsforum.com/Bios/bio_whitworth.html Mr. Whitworth's company Relational Investors has a

Re: [WISPA] Orthogon

2007-06-12 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Nigel, I can ask a fellow on the Orthogon team. I worked with Orthogon equipment, Canopy, other; and installed several Point to Point installations here in Northern California. Can you better describe your problem? Thanks Felix --- Nigel Bruin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 12 Jun 2007, at

Re: [WISPA] Pricing

2007-06-12 Thread Felix A. Lopez
I think Seth Godin has interesting points and I respect his work (Stanford MBA!). But it is one thing to write excellent books and think big (he does this quite well) and another thing to sell, deploy and manage a large fixed wireless network - as a WiSP for retail customers; or large

[WISPA] Intel's New Montevina Architecture for WiFi and WiMax

2007-06-12 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Readers, I read some of the postings on archticture and CPUs. Some of you may know that Intel is doing a lot of work around future certified archiecture in preparation for convergence of 802.11 WiFi + 802.16(d, e) Intel recently announced the mid-2008 introduction of an entirely new mobile

Re: [WISPA] 700 MHz decision at FCC

2007-04-30 Thread Felix A. Lopez
-exhange. We already see this with Zigbee standard in a connected home enviroment. Felix Lopez --- John Scrivner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think we can all appreciate that you are working hard to make public safety communications better and I applaud your efforts. If I lose opportunities

RE: [WISPA] WISP Peering

2007-04-30 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Hi WiSPs, I think what is going on is one's dedication to thier customers (subscribers) and one's tremendous responsbility of running a large network. The juxtiposition of rural and urbane is also a factor. I will use me as an example. I come from very humble rural background - think Andy

Re: [WISPA] Radio choices

2007-04-30 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Mark - I have deployed and installed systems and I am partial to the MotoWi4 platfrom for service providers and network operators: http://www.motorola.com/content.jsp?globalObjectId=5918-8767 which includes Motorola Canopy + HotZone Duo and or Mesh at the end points for WiFi Hotspot access. Of

Re: [WISPA] and WiMAX

2007-04-30 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Dear Folks: Here is another WiMax website. I partipcate on WiMax360 on issues germane to 802.16(d,e) but we talk a lot about 802.11 and private WISP platforms. See http://www.wimax.com/ You can find me at http://www.wimax360.com/ Thank you for your time, Felix --- Jack Unger [EMAIL

Re: [WISPA] Posting limits?

2007-04-29 Thread Felix A. Lopez
. And other manufacturers are going to new generation. Good luck to you all here on this list. I am also involved in WiMax (or I should say pre-WiMax). Felix Lopez --- Marlon K. Schafer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: With 11 customers I HIGHLY suggest you get a part time job. Something

Re: [WISPA] was School WiFi , about technical values.

2007-04-29 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Jack - I would be interested in motivating the manufacturers. I work for a large manufacturer but plan to go to a smaller company becase I like working in focused delta team environment. But I can see how working with manufacturers can be helpful. Can you provide additional thoughts. Marlon -

Re: [WISPA] EarthLink studying muni Wi-Fi business

2007-04-27 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Mark/WISPA- Thank you for the link. My team recently deployed a MuniWIFi network but also installed a mesh system that enabled utility and muni services in addition to normal WiFi. The utility/muni services are offered via the mesh box that has 4 radios. We offered the normal WiFi on the 2.4Ghz

Re: [WISPA] WISP Peering

2007-04-26 Thread Felix A. Lopez
Is the issue one of cost where the WISP A does not have budget for additonal servers/network analytics tools, hardware infrastructure? What problem are you trying to solve? Felix --- Jeromie Reeves [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You would classically arrange a peering agreement. You hand each