[WISPA] Equipment - Tranzeo/Ubiquiti

2010-09-24 Thread Michael Baird
We've got an assortment of used Tranzeo CPQ's, Tranzeo 5A's, and Ubiquiti PS2/Nano2/Nano2 loco we'd like to sell. If anybody is interested, please email me. Regards Michael Baird WISPA Wants You! Join today! http

Re: [WISPA] Very poor quality when using Rocket M2 as AP vs using StarOS

2010-09-24 Thread Michael Baird
running in mixed mode then the previous generation, you will see the symptoms you describe. Regares Michael Baird Same results on my first try as well. I swapped the Rockets back out with Bullet2's and they work much better! I haven't had time to play with them since. The 5GHz Rockets

Re: [WISPA] Equipment - Tranzeo/Ubiquiti

2010-09-24 Thread Michael Baird
Bigger radio/antenna combinations generally. Regards Michael Baird What are you replacing them with? On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 1:15 PM, Michael Baird m...@tc3net.com mailto:m...@tc3net.com wrote: We've got an assortment of used Tranzeo CPQ's, Tranzeo 5A's, and Ubiquiti PS2/Nano2

Re: [WISPA] Email hosting

2010-09-21 Thread Michael Baird
Zimbra is ahead of all of those, and it is a complete system that scales very well and is based on open software. Regards Michael Baird I think Horde has definitely gotten better. I'll check out the others. martha Martha Huizenga DC Access, LLC http://www.dcaccess.net 202-546-5898 */Friendly

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti RMA Process

2010-09-17 Thread Michael Baird
Ubiquiti used to be hit and miss with RMA's, they have improved the process over time. Regards Michael Baird I have been throughly impressed with the RMA process at Ubiquiti. I had some blown up Bullets and they processed the RMA very quickly and had new units back to me within a few weeks

Re: [WISPA] netflix/hulu IP's

2010-08-30 Thread Michael Baird
Just contact Akamai, and give them your AS #, if you are using any amount of bandwidth they will colocate in your facilities (for free), so you can serve much of the Akamai content locally. Regards Michael Baird Whats your thoughts on blocking limelight IP's just for the customers

Re: [WISPA] netflix/hulu IP's

2010-08-30 Thread Michael Baird
Well, more like 10. The inquiry cost nothing, they will look it up and tell you if they see enough traffic from your AS to justify it or not. Regards Michael Baird On Aug 30, 2010 2:53 PM, Blake Covarrubias bl...@beamspeed.com mailto:bl...@beamspeed.com wrote: I contacted Akamai a while

Re: [WISPA] DC Remote reboot?

2010-08-27 Thread Michael Baird
Yes, I've got several of them deployed, very nice. It will run off AC as well, and is outdoor hardened. Only negatives, voltage isn't changeable per port via the web interface, manual toggle only, and they need a version with more ports. Regards Michael Baird Inscape LPS-1000 POE Switch

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti Link - Poor Performance

2010-08-18 Thread Michael Baird
the distance. Regards Michael Baird Nope. Crawling as it has been since Tuesday afternoon. 6.5Mbps tx is slw. Got some sleep so going back now. Any all ideas are welcome! On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 9:14 AM, Stuart Pierce spie...@avolve.net mailto:spie...@avolve.net wrote

Re: [WISPA] MIMO 5.8 GHz panel antennas?

2010-07-30 Thread Michael Baird
They have a Powerbridge M5 that includes a 25 db MIMO panel. Regards Michael Baird I wonder if any of you have experience with 5.8 GHz MIMO antennas. I'm trying to design a point-to-point link, about 10 miles, that will carry a high percentage of a whole network's backhaul. So I'd like

Re: [WISPA] MIMO 5.8 GHz panel antennas?

2010-07-30 Thread Michael Baird
Yea, it's wrong. Try something besides MCS14 or MCS15 on their calculator, or a better link calculator. I've got NB22's with +25 deployed at 10 miles. Regards Michael Baird http://www.ubnt.com/linkcalculator/ Says that this would be a marginal signal at 10 miles. (16090 meters

Re: [WISPA] Tranzeo AP and Ubiquity client

2010-07-12 Thread Michael Baird
Antenna polarity? I think those work off horizontal connecting to single chain units, flip the cables, or turn the antenna so chain0 is on the polarity of your AP. Regards Michael Baird Any reason a Rocket 5M client won't connect to a Tranzeo AP in non-AirMax mode

Re: [WISPA] 900MHz VS 3.65GHz

2010-06-30 Thread Michael Baird
900 mhz gear, however Ubiquities 900 mhz gear will be faster then most Wimax gear. Regards Michael Baird You still have physics to deal with. 3.65 watt for watt won¹t penetrate as good as 900. Now, does that mean it¹s better? Loaded question. You have to deal with smart antenna

Re: [WISPA] Wierd StarOS/OLSR - Ubiquity RocketM5 bridge - Cisco issue

2010-06-26 Thread Michael Baird
Under advanced. It will turn off CDP on the Ubiquities. Regards Michael Baird On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 08:27:52PM -0400, Michael Baird wrote: Turn off extra reporting on the Ubiquities. Extra reporting? Log was checked. I haven't found an extra reporting button

Re: [WISPA] Wierd StarOS/OLSR - Ubiquity RocketM5 bridge - Cisco issue

2010-06-24 Thread Michael Baird
Turn off extra reporting on the Ubiquities. Regards Michael Baird Sounds like Cisco / Vlan is giving you trouble... Two suggestions... check if there is a loop getting created somewhere.. and 2nd suggestions... turn CDP off on the Cisco ... Faisal Imtiaz Snappy Internet Telecom 7266 SW

[WISPA] Inscape Data LPS 1000

2010-06-22 Thread Michael Baird
Does anyone know any dealers that carry this unit, I've been struggling to get a couple through quicklink for the past few weeks, need to find a different supplier I think. Regards Michael Baird WISPA Wants You

Re: [WISPA] Tranzeo Gear

2010-06-12 Thread Michael Baird
Matt, I'll get you totals on Monday. Regards Michael Baird On 6/11/2010 11:06 AM, Michael Baird wrote: I've got some Tranzeo gear for sale, not sure of the exact quantities, just let me know what you need. We've tested/cleared and upgraded all of these units, the 2.4 units all support 5

[WISPA] Tranzeo Gear

2010-06-11 Thread Michael Baird
I've got some Tranzeo gear for sale, not sure of the exact quantities, just let me know what you need. We've tested/cleared and upgraded all of these units, the 2.4 units all support 5/10/20 mhz channel widths. TR-CPQ-15's - $40 TR-CPQ-19's - $60 TR-5A's - $100 TR-6000's - $100 Regards Michael

Re: [WISPA] Looking to Sell..........

2010-06-11 Thread Michael Baird
Not as big an antenna though, CPQ-15's you should compare with PS2's if anything, they work about the same in the field on receive. Regards Michael Baird An NS2 is $80 list. I think most will agree it is superior, too. Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne St

Re: [WISPA] BulletM2 and NanostationM5 won't talk on ethernet when forced to 100Mbps full duplex

2010-06-05 Thread Michael Baird
They are linux based. Use ethtool interface Regards Michael Baird I have a BulletM2 and a NanostationM5 back to back (the bullet's ethernet port is connected to the NanostationM5's secondary port. The NanostationM5 is doing POE pass through and powering the BulletM2. The NanostationM5

Re: [WISPA] BulletM2 and NanostationM5 won't talk on ethernet when forced to 100Mbps full duplex

2010-06-05 Thread Michael Baird
Try ifconfig first, Ubiquiti doesn't call their interfaces eth0 and eth1, they call them eth0_real and eth1_real. Regards Michael Baird I read a bit about ethtool and then gave it a shot but this was all I got. I iterated through eth0 through eth12 and got nothing. XM.v5.2# ethtool eth0

Re: [WISPA] BulletM2 and NanostationM5 won't talk on ethernet when forced to 100Mbps full duplex

2010-06-05 Thread Michael Baird
Sounds like you found the issue. Regards Michael Baird I started using ethtool and backing up through the chain of gear back to the router. At one box I'm getting this. Instead of a speed it's saying Unknown!(0). and it's only negotiated half duplex. XM.v5.2# ethtool eth0_real Settings

Re: [WISPA] Fast DNS cache

2010-05-29 Thread Michael Baird
I use tinydns for my resolvers, much faster then bind for resolution. Regards Michael Baird Depends what you mean by ready? For being able to answer DNSSEC queries, i'm all good to go. As far signing domains with it, i have yet to venture down that path. On 5/28/2010 8:59 PM, Jon Auer

Re: [WISPA] Customer Speed Tests

2010-05-13 Thread Michael Baird
We are a speedtest.net host, so customers who head to speedtest anyway are redirected to a local httpd on our network, geographical competitors get sent to our network as well which has the side benefit of a little advert for us. Regards Michael Baird From time to time I get customer

Re: [WISPA] Call Tracking / Customer management software

2010-05-12 Thread Michael Baird
We are interested in the call rating/billing/CABS abilities as well, the website is sparse on any details. Regards Michael Baird Hi Paul, Freeside is supposedly set up very well to do VOIP rating and billing. There are several very large VOIP operations that use it for their billing right

Re: [WISPA] 2.4 Airgrids?

2010-04-30 Thread Michael Baird
To answer question I don't think so. I think the 5V-POE issue is going to scare us away from them for now anyway. The Nanobridge2 will be mimo, easier to install and should be very close in signal to the AirGrid2-20 anyway. The MIMO seems to be good for about a 3 db pickup. Regards Michael

Re: [WISPA] Looking for iput on 900MHz H-Pol Sector Choices. Nothealthcare, taxes or government related.........

2010-04-29 Thread Michael Baird
There are two more months in the 2nd quarter, they said in the last week they are still on target. Ubiquiti seems to come out with the products fine, they just don't get enough of it out into the pipeline to meet demand. Regards Michael Baird UBNT works on the Julian calendar. It's

[WISPA] Antenna Mast/Tower

2010-04-28 Thread Michael Baird
We are looking into a mast/tv tower type product for our client installations, I'm interested what others are using to accomplish this today. Looking for the best compromise between low cost and labor. Regards Michael Baird

Re: [WISPA] Rocket M5

2010-04-27 Thread Michael Baird
Using only 20 mhz, notice the airspeed is 130/117 which is pretty close to full modulation. Regards Michael Baird I've got a 10 mile link with two Ubiquiti 2ft dishes -60 or so on both sides, I can get 77 megs one way and 58 the other, one side has some noise issues hurting throughput

Re: [WISPA] Nanobridge M

2010-04-26 Thread Michael Baird
. The form factor/mounting are nice though, and the price is great, and their software is pretty good. Regards Michael Baird I am new to ubnt equipment so I have some reservations. I have a large customer that I was considering making a point to point using the nanobridge M units. I am concerned

Re: [WISPA] Rocket M5

2010-04-26 Thread Michael Baird
I've got a 10 mile link with two Ubiquiti 2ft dishes -60 or so on both sides, I can get 77 megs one way and 58 the other, one side has some noise issues hurting throughput. This was mcs15 130/117. Regards Michael Baird What kind of realistic throughput are people getting out of these? 10, 20

Re: [WISPA] Rocket M5

2010-04-26 Thread Michael Baird
Oops, actually that's wrong. I've got a rocket m5/rocketdish 30 on one side, and a rocket m5/rocket 120/19 db sector on the other. Regards Michael Baird I've got a 10 mile link with two Ubiquiti 2ft dishes -60 or so on both sides, I can get 77 megs one way and 58 the other, one side has some

Re: [WISPA] 900 MHz Vert Omni? 3 MTI 120 degree panels 4 sale....

2010-04-24 Thread Michael Baird
Ubiquiti only has the non-airmax/airos based cards right now, they should have the rest of the form factors for 900/3.65 very soon. They say they are on track for 2nd quarter, but you probably won't be able to find them for several months after that. Regards Michael Baird Hello Gang, Great

Re: [WISPA] Customers routers backwards?

2010-04-22 Thread Michael Baird
Ah so PPPoE is not so bad after all. Regards Michael Baird This is exactly why we do NOT run DHCP on our network :-). Been there done that. marlon - Original Message - From: Ryan Gheringrgher...@gmail.com To: WISPA General Listwireless@wispa.org Sent: Monday, April 19, 2010 10

Re: [WISPA] atmail mail server or similar products

2010-04-20 Thread Michael Baird
Zimbra, we've been using the Open Source version, been running solid for about 1 year. Regards Michael Baird smartermail Scott Carullo Brevard Wireless 321-205-1100 x102 From: Paolo Di Francescopaolo.difrance...@teleinform.com Sent: Tuesday

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti AirOS Comparison

2010-04-19 Thread Michael Baird
Isn't faxxbochs just a SIP ATA that does t.38? Regards Michael Baird Slick! Thank you!!! Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne St Suite 1337 Troy, OH 45373 “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” --- Winston

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti AirOS Comparison

2010-04-18 Thread Michael Baird
was even kind enough to add the sip nat modules for me so that my ATA's just work without strange port forwarding required, and their QOS works tip top for SIP as well. Regards Michael Baird I swear. I keep being afraid of SELLING VoIP over our wireless connections. Fact is... Other VoIP

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti AirOS Comparison

2010-04-14 Thread Michael Baird
Have you posted this on the Ubiquiti forums? The developers will work with you to determine the issue you are seeing, will make the product better for all of us. Regards Michael Baird Upgraded the AP and all CPE to Beta 5 this morning and latency still sucks. Signal is a -57 on one side

Re: [WISPA] UBNT M Was: Ubiquiti made no points today

2010-04-14 Thread Michael Baird
Bad firmware and poor compatibility with legacy protocols. Make sure you upgrade them to the absolute latest beta available on the forums. Regards Michael Baird I've been using regular Bullets and NS2's which have been working great. So, I thought I'd give the M units a try. So far, nothing

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti AirOS Comparison

2010-04-13 Thread Michael Baird
The recently released firmware (last few days), is the first that really works well on the station side (for P2MP), AP is still a bit broken w/auto ack. I've not had an issue with WDS reassociations, maybe you were using auto-ack? Regards Michael Baird After some large experiments

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti Beta 5.2.4 Released

2010-04-09 Thread Michael Baird
release is they finally can handle noise properly and it doesn't cause a reassociation. Regards Michael Baird I am not a huge UBNT fan but I might be persuaded to buy one of these for each tower to setup as a remote Spectrum Analyzer for each tower location. How much do these radios run and who

Re: [WISPA] UBNT PowerBridgeM5

2010-04-06 Thread Michael Baird
Pretty pricey, $265 each retail. They aren't available on the market yet either, I'd be careful about being an early adopter with Ubiquiti gear. Regards Michael Baird Wondering if anyone has an opinion good/bad on the Ubiquity PowerBridgeM5. Need it for a 12 mile link with heavy traffic

Re: [WISPA] UBNT PowerBridgeM5

2010-04-06 Thread Michael Baird
The problem is resolvable, that issue is caused by the multicast kernel module they load. I believe it should be resolved in the next firmware iteration, rather then having to manually unload the module. Regards Michael Baird We've had issues with Ubiquiti and OSPF. We've had to move some

Re: [WISPA] UBNT PowerBridgeM5

2010-04-06 Thread Michael Baird
Powerbridge has a more powerful transmitter, and I think it's 27db vs 22db on the nanobridge. Regards Michael Baird Is PowerBridge vs. NanoBridge just panel vs. dish? - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com

Re: [WISPA] Speaking of Tranzeo......

2010-03-31 Thread Michael Baird
How about the Tranzeo hardware reset to defaults. (One of the reasons we dumped them a while back, that and Ubiquiti came to market at half the price/better performance). Regards Michael Baird Yes. IME the whole Ethernet world of Tranzeo is just...bad... The plastic boot never sealed

Re: [WISPA] ubnt bridging

2010-03-31 Thread Michael Baird
That does not matter, the Bullet is in bridge mode. Regards Michael Baird Is the subnet outside the scope of the ip range the bullet is on? In other words is the bullet on a /24 for example and does the subnet fall within that /24? Greg On Mar 31, 2010, at 2:44 PM, Data Technology wrote

[WISPA] Tower Mounts

2010-03-19 Thread Michael Baird
for this sort of thing and what vendors I can look to for products to fit our needs. Regards Michael Baird WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] 3.65 GHz WiMAX deal

2010-03-18 Thread Michael Baird
down on Wimax, the radios are bare bones bridges for the most part, for the cost they are asking you think they could implement some niceties for fixed people, such as a robust management solution (not DHCP). Motorola is 802.16e and MIMO, as is Alvarion, WiNetworks and Airspan. Regards Michael

Re: [WISPA] 3.65 GHz WiMAX deal

2010-03-18 Thread Michael Baird
consider it, PPPoE/NAT/DHCP Server is a great start though. Regards Michael Baird We do support PPPoE Michael. Patrick Leary Aperto Networks 813.426.4230 mobile -Original Message- From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf Of Michael Baird

Re: [WISPA] Anyone having this problem with UBNT Bullet M2?

2010-03-10 Thread Michael Baird
No, I have 50 or so that don't have that issue, the problem did exist previous to 5.1 before they switched to lighthttpd. 5.1/5.1.2 still has a slight memory leak though which can cause issues over time though. Regards Michael Baird Not having the same exact problem as you, but I put

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquity AirMax - rehashed?

2010-03-04 Thread Michael Baird
as well as the Tranzeo 16/120/H's. Regards Michael Baird Can I get some feedback on those using AirMax procucts? We've use the NS2's in situations where we there are not many clients and the CPE's can all hear each which seems seems to work well. The form factor, design, price

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquity AirMax - rehashed?

2010-03-04 Thread Michael Baird
this tower but we wanted to make sure our CPE's were airmax ready). Regards Michael Baird Don't you lose the benefits of MIMO using the Bullet M and/or NS-L (one antenna)? -Original Message- From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf Of Michael Baird

Re: [WISPA] Rocket M2 Dish

2010-03-03 Thread Michael Baird
Andy, They aren't available yet, they haven't even released specs on this that I'm aware of, just the 5 ghz versions. Regards Michael Baird Does anyone know of a distributor for Rocket M2 Dish? The part number is in the manual but I've yet to find anyone that has any. Any information would

Re: [WISPA] Rocket M2 Dish

2010-03-03 Thread Michael Baird
The 30db RocketDish5 has been out for a few months, it's in stock most everywhere. Regards Michael Baird How do you have the M5 dish it's not out till later this month? Unless you mean the big parabolic, I'm talking about the nanostation dishes due out mid-month. We've deployed the air

Re: [WISPA] UBNT NS2

2010-02-15 Thread Michael Baird
Ubiquity has had problems with their CCQ calculations over time, one that that normally will help is limiting the maximum speed. Regards Michael Baird CCQ is relatively useless without a lot of traffic moving thru it. Regards, Chuck Hogg Shelby Broadband 502-722-9292 ch...@shelbybb.com

Re: [WISPA] Temporarily replace Atlas 5010 with Ubiquity Bullet

2010-02-05 Thread Michael Baird
I've got BulletM's doing 30 mb over a 10 mile shot on 20mhz wide channel. Make sure you get the latest super secret firmware (5.1.1) though, to avoid the WDS/Arp issues. Regards Michael Baird Atlas link went down AGAIN! Probably my fault this time but have no spare. I have a pair

Re: [WISPA] Can anyone recommend a 5GHz grid antenna for UBNT for Bullet M5HP

2010-01-25 Thread Michael Baird
better grids too (Andrews are expensive). Regards Michael Baird Just looking to see what everyone else is using. I'm in the test phase of a 5.8Ghz AP roll out. TIA Pat WISPA Wants You! Join today! http

Re: [WISPA] AirGrid PoE

2010-01-23 Thread Michael Baird
Robert, I'm not sure if anybody has these. They have a USB version and a normal POE version, I believe the POE version comes with the injector and it's their 24 volt POE. Regards Michael Baird Okay, okay... I ordered a few of the UBNT AirGrids from Jerry over at Pasadena Networks. Says

[WISPA] Broadband Stimulus

2010-01-21 Thread Michael Baird
Not sure if anybody else has posted about receiving funds, we just were informed yesterday that our middle mile funding was approved. Still waiting our our last mile application. http://www.mlive.com/business/west-michigan/index.ssf/2010/01/333_million_federal_grant_to_h.html Regards Michael

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-31 Thread Michael Baird
at Wimax. Ubiquity doesn't play in 3.65 yet and it won't for a while and we need to move quickly, leasing loops from the LEC's is killing our wireline profit. Regards Michael Baird Ubiquiti's move into the large scale market, whether it will work or not, is just happening now with AirMax

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-31 Thread Michael Baird
to swap the radios out at this tower for BulletM series radios in non-airmax mode as they have 3 times the CPU horsepower, and I should be able to get close to 100 per sector on my legacy towers I believe. Regards Michael Baird Let me throw a couple devil's advocate arguments into the mix

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-31 Thread Michael Baird
Gino Villarini wrote: You need to take in consideration that the Ubnt AirMax true data thoughtput is about 70 Mbps in highest modulation and under very low noise scenario Ok, well that's probably a good estimate w/20 mhz channel width. Now take on consideration that it uses dual pol to

Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth limitation enforcement

2009-12-31 Thread Michael Baird
I police via radius attributes to my redback, how are you handling network access/termination? Regards Michael Baird On Wed, 2009-12-30 at 16:19 -0500, Ugo Bellavance wrote: We are currently looking at a way to make sure the bandwidth is allocates more fairly amongst our (~300

Re: [WISPA] Re-evaluating our anti-spam solution

2009-12-30 Thread Michael Baird
world it's a joy. Regards Michael Baird On 2009-07-13 20:08, Don Grossman wrote: It seems time to take a look at our anti-spam solution. Currently we are looking to replace out Barracuda due to ongoing issues with the box that after several attempts to work with Barracuda can not be resolved

[WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-29 Thread Michael Baird
in the radio rather then as an external gateway device. If any dealers out there would like to chime in or hit me off list I would appreciate it. Regards Michael Baird WISPA Wants You! Join today! http

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-29 Thread Michael Baird
Gino, Where can I find detailed info on the product there doesn't seem to be much available in regards to it's routing features. I'm also concerned about the CPE cost/licenses that's what drove us from Canopy before. Regards Michael Baird Wait for q1 release of the Canopy 320, all

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-29 Thread Michael Baird
Michael Baird Self install won't work in 3650 beyond 1/4 mile, maybe 1/2 mile. Patrick has elaborated on this many times. - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com -- From: Michael Baird m...@tc3net.com Sent

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-29 Thread Michael Baird
but they aren't available for 3.65 yet). I was supposing that the SI with a multiple antenna array and higher transmit would perform similarily to a radio sitting flat on the seat of a truck, maybe it was a bad supposition. Regards Michael Baird Are you (Michael) talking about self install or outdoor

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-29 Thread Michael Baird
Back seat of truck facing the roof, not truck bed. Regards Michael Baird Good information. Keep in mind customer self installs != radio in truck bed. Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne St Suite 1337 Troy, OH 45373 The secret to creativity is knowing how

Re: [WISPA] Wimax gear

2009-12-29 Thread Michael Baird
infrastructure and make a large investment in gear we want to be as future proof as possible. Regards Michael Baird Why is your basic criteria .16e with MIMO (or .16e at all)? All .16e gets you in 3.65 GHz is much more (30% more) latency, less throughput per MHz, higher overhead and more

[WISPA] 5.8 dishes

2009-12-23 Thread Michael Baird
I'm looking for opinions on 5.8 dishes, if you've got any extra you are looking to dump message me, I've got a 28db dish and some 26db/30 db grids, neither of the grids work as well as 2 foot dish. Would like 32 db on up, I just need one to compare to my existing dishes. Regards Michael Baird

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti ready for prime time?

2009-12-20 Thread Michael Baird
Tom, Try again, Ubiquity AR71xx based stuff (all the M series) supports a hardware watchdog fine. from dmesg via OpenWRT. Atheros AR71xx hardware watchdog driver version 0.1.0 Regards Michael Baird A hardware watchdog timer, typically, watches only one thing - is the software and/or CPU

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti Bullet2HP

2009-12-17 Thread Michael Baird
Rick, I read something about guys complaining about high rates of failure with the connectors on the latest batch 10/22/2009 or something. Regards Michael Baird Anyone having issues with flaky Bullet2HP units? The last batch I got wont connect to my StarOS/WRAP's. Actually, I discovered

Re: [WISPA] High Pings for an AP?

2009-12-11 Thread Michael Baird
Make sure you have the latest firmware on it, also verify your Ethernet negotiated properly. Regards Michael Baird Yesterday we installed a RocketM5 radio on a 120 degree antenna, since it's on a tower that shares with a powerful FM radio station we used insulated Cat5. Today the pings

Re: [WISPA] High Pings for an AP?

2009-12-11 Thread Michael Baird
Yes, but he's accessing it via a backhaul which should take the wireless bits out of this equation, since he can ping the other AP's served by the same backhauls fine. Regards Michael Baird On 12/11/2009 2:03 PM, Forbes Mercy wrote: Yesterday we installed a RocketM5 radio on a 120 degree

[WISPA] WISP value

2009-12-10 Thread Michael Baird
worth, that sort of thing. Regards Michael Baird WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/ WISPA Wireless List: wireless

Re: [WISPA] Insurance thread- Matt and the rest

2009-12-09 Thread Michael Baird
Agreed, it's long since ceased to be a debate anyway and turned into a propaganda session. Regards Michael Baird Matt- Please consider taking your insurance debate to another list. When you pop in, you just make the discussion hotter and more active. Some of us are here for wireless

Re: [WISPA] Insurance....

2009-12-08 Thread Michael Baird
From the Washington Post also. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/30/AR2009073002816.html Regards Michael Baird From the NY Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/05/us/05doctors.html?_r=1 Regards, Jeff Jeff Broadwick ImageStream 800-813-5123 x106 (US

Re: [WISPA] Insurance....

2009-12-08 Thread Michael Baird
The post office is bankrupt, not self supporting. http://www.politicsdaily.com/2009/08/18/the-next-bankruptcy-the-u-s-postal-service/ Regards Michael Baird On Dec 8, 2009, at 12:55 PM, Andy Trimmell wrote: Kinda like when I was home schooled as a kid and my parents had to pay school taxes

Re: [WISPA] Rocket range

2009-12-08 Thread Michael Baird
It can depending on antenna height/customer antenna/LOS condition. Regards Michael Baird We want to put up an M Rocket in 5gig frequency range and have four customers between 6-8 miles. Will our 17dbi 120 degree antenna reach them

Re: [WISPA] What buffoons..

2009-12-04 Thread Michael Baird
, but I'm aware of ISP's who have created a local zone in their resolving DNS for Netflix's streaming mirrors. If you check the Roku player forums you will find this advise coming from their engineers as well. Regards Michael Baird I am looking at the Ars article now. http://arstechnica.com/tech

Re: [WISPA] 20 mile link

2009-12-02 Thread Michael Baird
Been using this one for quick lookups, requires an account to be established though. http://www.ligowave.com/linkcalc/main.html Regards Michael Baird Yeah, I'd have to get quite a few more customers to pay for such a thing. I can certainly see the value in it but value versus food.. Uh

Re: [WISPA] 20 mile link

2009-12-01 Thread Michael Baird
I've got an extra set, I don't need right now, never deployed will sell for my cost. Regards Michael Baird I would not concern yourself with this option because you can't buy one if you wanted to right now. Scott Carullo Brevard Wireless 321-205-1100 x102

[WISPA] Lightning arrestors

2009-11-28 Thread Michael Baird
What happens if you use a 2.4 lightning arrestor on a 5.8 radio? Will it cause degraded signal or incorrect lightning protection. Regards Michael Baird WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] Lightning arrestors

2009-11-28 Thread Michael Baird
if this would be a symptom, what does the frequency range actually mean on those I suspect it would make my noise floors go out of whack like that. They aren't in use and I will replace them before going into production, I'm just curious. Regards Michael Baird I second that. Most ARE rated for up to 5.8

[WISPA] Tranzeo 16-H's

2009-11-23 Thread Michael Baird
I've got a new deployment going forward and their seems to be a backup on the Tranzeo TR-24H-120-16 antennas. I need two, if anybody has a couple of these laying around they want to get rid of, please let me know and how much you need out of it? Regards Michael Baird

Re: [WISPA] Need a new AP

2009-11-19 Thread Michael Baird
It was promised at the end of November, beta should be out this week. Regards Michael Baird Bullet M2's won't do WEP until the release of firmware version 5.1 which has been in just a couple of weeks for at least the last two months. Jayson Baker wrote: UBNT Bullet M2? On Thu, Nov

Re: [WISPA] Tranzeo Troubles

2009-11-17 Thread Michael Baird
Same here, although we never had any troubles with Tranzeo NAT either (we run PPPoE/NAT on all w/client isolation on AP). Regards Michael Baird Kurt, Have you tried Ubiquiti? We have about 140 of them installed. At least 100 are set as routers doing NAT. So far results have been positive

Re: [WISPA] Tranzeo Troubles

2009-11-17 Thread Michael Baird
. Regards Michael Baird Just placed my first order for Ubiquity NS2's 5 minutes ago... Kurt Fankhauser WAVELINC P.O. Box 126 Bucyrus, OH 44820 419-562-6405 www.wavelinc.com -Original Message- From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf Of Mark

Re: [WISPA] About Hulu and Netflix and youtube... increased data delivery is here to stay.

2009-11-13 Thread Michael Baird
I've got some extra rocket5M's rocket dishes if anybody is interested, I'll send them out at cost. The firmware has improved quite a bit over time on these things, they will do 100 mbit fine at 20mhz (airmax off for ptp, 5.0.2 firmware, 10 streams). Regards Michael Baird I think it's

Re: [WISPA] About Hulu and Netflix and youtube...increaseddata delivery is here to stay.

2009-11-13 Thread Michael Baird
Ubiquity does not have any licensed 3.65 gear for the US, they have XR3/Nano3's but they are for overseas customers. They have announced they will be coming out with 3.65/900 mhz airmax gear 2nd Quarterish next year. Regards Michael Baird UBNT has fully licensed and approved 3.65 gear

Re: [WISPA] ubiquity bullet2

2009-11-12 Thread Michael Baird
Marlon, I thought about this after you mentioned it, we are using Ubiquity on the tower also, not MT, vendor readings will vary. Are you using Bullet2HP's or Bullet2M's? The M series isn't wholly G compatible at this time. Regards Michael Baird It's an omni... I think I'm gonna pull

Re: [WISPA] ubiquity bullet2

2009-11-12 Thread Michael Baird
Well the config interface is very clear about which model it is, also it would be on the unit and the box. Regards Michael Baird No idea. - Original Message - From: Michael Baird m...@tc3net.com To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org Sent: Thursday, November 12, 2009 7:40 AM

Re: [WISPA] ubiquity bullet2

2009-11-11 Thread Michael Baird
antenna too much downtilt). Regards Michael Baird Hi All, I tried my first one of these yesterday. It's hooked to an antenna that was already in place so I know the old system worked though I did not check signal levels before taking out the old SB radios (they don't give rssi accurately

Re: [WISPA] DMCA - copyright infringement

2009-11-09 Thread Michael Baird
to tell us how they are resolving this AUP violation, and that is to be noted on their account. If we get another one and see that they haven't responded to the first one, then we will take a look at the customers history and either call them, or suspend the account. Regards Michael Baird We

Re: [WISPA] CPE - who buys it?

2009-11-08 Thread Michael Baird
You don't have to pay property tax on the CPE. You don't have to go pick up the device if the customer quits. You can charge the customer for replacement radios. You can offer a value add-on product such as modem insurance. Regards Michael Baird I've always provided the CPE to the end user

Re: [WISPA] POE Switch box

2009-11-02 Thread Michael Baird
, hardened, ac/dc psu. Regards Michael Baird Great find one the Inscapedata product!! That's exactly what I'm looking for!!! A POE switch and converter modules are definitely an option, but it kinda defeats my purpose (getting rid of all my POE adapters running up a tower). -Original

Re: [WISPA] Outdoor UPS

2009-11-02 Thread Michael Baird
Jayson, Do you have the model numbers on these? I need 48v output. Regards Michael Baird APC and Cyberpower makes some. 12V or 48V output. Outdoor mounted. AC power input. We used them for a FTTH project once. On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 1:27 PM, Scott Parsons sc...@e-zy.net wrote

Re: [WISPA] 5.8 Omni

2009-10-29 Thread Michael Baird
Tom, This would not be serving any customers, all the locations will be at least 100ft+. Regards Michael Baird I'd be cautious about those Pancake shaped OMNI patterns at 16 DB. Tom DeReggi RapidDSL Wireless, Inc IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband - Original Message - From

Re: [WISPA] 5.8 Omni

2009-10-29 Thread Michael Baird
What about sectorized omni arrays, any of those out there at 5.8? An example would be http://www.netkrom.com/prod_ant_5.1-5.8ghz_vpol_sector_omni.html Just can't find anybody who sells it to get an idea on pricing. Regards Michael Baird You won't find a 5 GHz omni at that gain, and if you do

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