I would echo Pauls sentiments, exactly.
StarOS has been great for me, and seems to get the most out of the
hardware that I run it on. I have some WAR boards, but they are not in
production yet - I'm waiting for v3 to be ported over before putting
them up. There are three things that I
Matt/Paul/Others: Thanks for the flow of info.
What hardware is preferred to run the StarOS on? Most interested in the AP,
but for CPE as well?
I'm highly interested in bandwidth shaping and routing at the AP, and if
routing is available at the sector, then bonus.
Does the StarOS at the AP
ROFLMAO-Original Message-From: David E. Smith [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, December 23, 2005 10:29 AMTo: 'WISPA General List'Subject: Re: [WISPA] Good Backhaul?Ron Wallace wrote: That is exactly what I needed to hear, regarding the 2 OSs. Now a second Q, what is the difference
Anyone see a reason not to support this proposal?
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Mark Nash wrote:
What hardware is preferred to run the StarOS on? Most interested in the
AP, but for CPE as well?
The neat thing about StarOS is that it's Linux-based, so it'll probably
run on just about any old computer you've got sitting in the closet. :D
If your traffic will stay under,
You do NOT have 3 dB of connector loss unless you
are totally screwing up the connectors. The actual loss is something like
.1 dB of loss per connector. I usually count them as 0 just to be
Also, you've surely noticed that Vivato just folded
up shop. The product never really
The WAR board is to Valemount what RB511 is to Mikrotik in that you can only
run proprietary software on the hardware but the pro's of this are that the
software can get better performance than if using generic x86 platform. Ony
thing is that the performance increase with the RB511 over a WRAP
I don't think of myself as a wireless guy. I'm a bit pusher. Want dailup,
I got that. Want wireless? i got that. Want fiber? I got that too.
Sometimes I think I should install a fur lined interior on the car and wear
a bright red silk suit to work! grin
For all of you guys looking at fiber. Be VERY careful.
We've got it out here. Basically a municipal network, many of them in the
state already. Many years old.
It's normally several orders of magnitude more expensive than it's ever made
out to be.
Just the labor and digging up streets
This sounds reasonable to me Marlon.-Original Message-From: Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]Sent: Friday, December 23, 2005 10:40 AMTo: 'FCC Discussion'Cc: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: [WISPA] Fw: [TVWHITESPACE] Noteworthy FCC PN and filing deadlineAnyone see a
I have a local police dept. that's interested in mobile applications in
their cars etc.
They are aware of a solution called Netmotion. Anything like that but at a
better price out there?
Mainly they are after something called persistant sessions which allows
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