Re: [WISPA] Needed Materials

2008-09-06 Thread Cliff LeBoeuf
John, I am just getting time to settle down from my assessments. THANK YOU for your offer to assist. So far, from an infrastructure, the most critical is that one of the towers we were on fell. It was 400' and the following Trango equipment was on it and is no long useable. 1 Atlas P2P Ext

[WISPA] handling broadcast traffic on extremely large flat BelAir muni networks

2008-09-06 Thread Rogelio
For what it's worth, here are three strategies one might use on the BelAir BA100/BA200 hardware that helps deal with with the crap broadcast traffic that might otherwise kill your network. (1) secure port mode /interface/wifi-n-1/setssidssid_index secure-port enabled once enabled, prevents

[WISPA] IP3 for visitor based networks

2008-09-06 Thread Rogelio
For what it's worth, some integrators I work with recently told me about IP3 http://www.ip3.com/ While I haven't used them, it looks like they have some good features for VBN (visitor based networks). One guy I talked to said that for $3K he got an incredible turnkey solution that did just

Re: [WISPA] IP3 for visitor based networks

2008-09-06 Thread Butch Evans
On Sat, 6 Sep 2008, Rogelio wrote: While I haven't used them, it looks like they have some good features for VBN (visitor based networks). One guy I talked to said that for $3K he got an incredible turnkey solution that did just want he needed. I can get you exactly the same thing and for

Re: [WISPA] Needed Materials

2008-09-06 Thread Rick Harnish
John, Thanks for contributing to Cliff's needs. For some reason, I did not receive your email until I saw Cliff's response. Since the two of you have made contact, I will stay out of it. I will go ahead and enter your offer into our spreadsheet though. Thank you and Trango Broadband!