Re: [WISPA] Lighting up hotels

2006-11-18 Thread Pete Davis
I am not sure what difference the marketing perspective would make for B or G. If a laptop of a hotel guest is G, it will certainly work on a B network. You can, market it as 802.11G compatible I guess. From a technical standpoint, unless the hotel guests need to share more than 6Mbps or so,

Re: [WISPA] Insurance for use of bucket truck or lift for installs.

2006-11-18 Thread Cliff Leboeuf
1. I don't agree that 'vehicle' insurance covers ANYTHING that arises due to the vehicle or its use. 'Vehicle' insurance covers things when used as a 'vehicle'... Driving accidents. Even if you have 'vehicle' insurance on a bucket truck, you would need 'liability AND worker's compensation'

Re: [WISPA] Another 3D satellite program

2006-11-18 Thread Dawn DiPietro
Marlon, Ok...Give me your thoughts on google earth and microsoft live local then. Below is the link for live local. http://maps.live.com/ Regards, Dawn DiPietro Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote: I just tried this out. None of these are much good when the resolution is so sucky.

RE: [WISPA] Another 3D satellite program

2006-11-18 Thread JohnnyO
Almost every states DEQ offers free online mapping services For example Louisiana's LDEQ offers 'Make a Map' free of charge Sat imagery sucks when compared to High Altitude Photographic imagery JohnnyO Sent from my crappy Cingular 8125 -Original Message- From: Dawn

Re: [WISPA] Solar power

2006-11-18 Thread Jason Hensley
I appreciate the info, but for what I need, $5000 isn't even close to being worth it. This is for ONE AP (Deliberant 7000). I was thinking if I could stay in the $500 range it might be OK, but anything more than that would not make sense for me in THIS case. In other instances it might, but

[WISPA] How secure are Wi-Fi networks (webcast)

2006-11-18 Thread Peter R.
http://telephonyonline.com/webcasts/wifisecurity/ -- Regards, Peter Radizeski RAD-INFO, Inc. - NSP Strategist We Help ISPs Connect Communicate 813.963.5884 http://4isps.com/newsletter.htm -- WISPA Wireless List: wireless@wispa.org Subscribe/Unsubscribe:

[WISPA] SR9 problems..

2006-11-18 Thread J. Vogel
I finally got a chance to play with the SR9 cards I got in last week. Installed them in a RB532 running 2.9.30, along with one Prism nl-2511mp plus and a RouterBoard r52 (Atheros chipset?). Not working. First off, the SR9s are big enough that they don't fit everwhere you might think they

RE: [WISPA] Solar power

2006-11-18 Thread David Weddell
We are testing a solar solution right now and will get back with you on the results. It will be sub $1,000 if the testing goes well. I will report it to the list when we get the full results. Regards, David Weddell Director of Sales 260 827 2551 Office 800 363 4881 Ext 2551 260 273 7547 Cell

Re: [WISPA] SR9 problems..

2006-11-18 Thread Travis Johnson
Hi, I wouldn't recommend more than one SR9 per RB532. They draw a lot of power, and you will probably burn up your RB after a while. Also, there is a frequency conversion chart in the Mikrotik forums on how the 2.4ghz channels translate to the 900mhz channels. Mikrotik will be fixing this

Re: [WISPA] Insurance for use of bucket truck or lift for installs.

2006-11-18 Thread Tim Wolfe
Cliff Leboeuf wrote: 1. I don't agree that 'vehicle' insurance covers ANYTHING that arises due to the vehicle or its use. 'Vehicle' insurance covers things when used as a 'vehicle'... Driving accidents. Even if you have 'vehicle' insurance on a bucket truck, you would need 'liability AND