Re: [WISPA] The nanostation thing....

2008-07-21 Thread Charles Wyble
of. Right. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] The nanostation thing....

2008-07-21 Thread Charles Wyble
is that single NS5's are 802.11 and have no ability to transmit sync (i.e. share frequencies) like other systems do. By giving it the ability to do that, you have an inexpensive hardware platform with $1 per AP features. Indeed. I think you are onto something here! :) -- Charles Wyble

Re: [WISPA] 3650 FSS negotiations for protected areas...?

2008-07-27 Thread Charles Wyble
to charge me for consent (like a spectrum lease)? Is this like asking for keys to the space shuttle? Excellent questions. Hopefully someone here can help. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] 3650 FSS negotiations for protected areas...?

2008-07-27 Thread Charles Wyble
and have them come to you? -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

[WISPA] [Fwd: [open-hw] Atheros drivers for Linux-based OS]

2008-07-28 Thread Charles Wyble
Not happy with your email address? Get the one you really want http://uk.docs.yahoo.com/ymail/new.html - millions of new email addresses available now at Yahoo! http://uk.docs.yahoo.com/ymail/new.html -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http

Re: [WISPA] 3650 FSS negotiations for protected areas...?

2008-07-28 Thread Charles Wyble
(both for ones I have and ones I don't) I'll happily expand my mash up, and link back to the page with info (and I'll host the info page if you like as well). David -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] real time noise floor values

2008-07-28 Thread Charles Wyble
. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] real time noise floor values

2008-07-28 Thread Charles Wyble
Rogelio wrote: Charles Wyble wrote: I like to use wavemon on Linux for my coverage survey needs. I've got that installed on my Ubuntu machine, but haven't tested it yet to see if it gives me instantaneous values. It does. :) Kind of cool actually. One of the guys from my LUG

Re: [WISPA] Network Monitor

2008-07-30 Thread Charles Wyble
/ -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

[WISPA] 3650Mhz Update

2008-07-31 Thread Charles Wyble
Wyble Leading the fight for 3650Mhz spectrum access! (I need to get a personalized license plate with 3650mhz on it!) :) -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] 3650 FSS negotiations for protected areas...?

2008-07-31 Thread Charles Wyble
Doug Ratcliffe wrote: I've read your blogs and have been keeping up with them. What I can't seem to find is the ULS registrations for the actual earth satellite stations. It seems like most other ULS entires, they have a contact address and a person's name. I did a Geosearch of Orange

Re: [WISPA] OT: Sageni web site is live

2008-07-31 Thread Charles Wyble
up, for me to join WISPA under my new company name. Cheers all, -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join

Re: [WISPA] 3650 FSS negotiations for protected areas...?

2008-08-01 Thread Charles Wyble
Leon D. Zetekoff, NCE wrote: Charles...As I found out, Appendix D is just ONE way to do those calculations. Can you expand on this a bit? Is there another way they should be done? Or are there different conclusions one can reach by doing them differently (ie you follow the method in

Re: [WISPA] Fw: [isp-wireless] Step-by-Step Guide for 3650 MHz License and New 900

2008-08-01 Thread Charles Wyble
Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote: I just ran across this in my archives. Thought some here might find it useful. Fantastic link. Great overview. Thanks for sharing. :) WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] Redline indoor subscriber

2008-08-01 Thread Charles Wyble
Yeah. They were too busy being amazed at the small size! :) We are geeks. We don't put anything into production without taking pictures, blogging/twittering about it and bragging. Then we start to think about playing with the new toy ... er improving customer satisfaction through aggressive

[WISPA] The PDF I mentioned

2008-08-03 Thread Charles Wyble
I was searching for information on grandfathered earth stations and came across www.comsearch.com/files/PA-102473-EN_Extended_C-Band_Protection_3650-3700.pdf Our friends at comsearch. :) -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal

Re: [WISPA] FCC ULC

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Wyble
Jerry Richardson wrote: Thank you Link for the international bureau search page: http://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/General_Menu_Reports/ -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] He knows what we don't... ???

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Wyble
:) However city wide mesh for various uses does have success stories. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today! http

Re: [WISPA] He knows what we don't... ???

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Wyble
. to me implies WiMAX. Unless the city is quite small, I don't think a handful of (meshed) Access Points could cover it. I mean unless he is using 3.65Ghz perhaps? -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] info on securing a 3.65 license

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Wyble
though. :) -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] He knows what we don't... ???

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Wyble
Jack Unger wrote: If you believe they mean true Wi-MAX then do you believe it's licensed Wi-MAX or licensed-lite Wi-MAX in 3650? For 2.5 million I'm thinking licensed. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] OT - DSL Modem recomendation

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Wyble
is enough to make one swear off networking and use smoke signals. :) -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today

Re: [WISPA] FCC geographic search

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Wyble
getting the data my tax dollars are working so hard to obtain. :) -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today

Re: [WISPA] He knows what we don't... ???

2008-08-13 Thread Charles Wyble
issued in the SoCal area. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] Nanostation

2008-08-20 Thread Charles Wyble
I know the person who runs wlanparts.com. Great guy. Great site. Buy from them. :) Matt Jenkins wrote: www.wlanparts.com or www.streakwave.com are the only two places I have ever ordered from. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element

Re: [WISPA] Running Fiber

2008-08-20 Thread Charles Wyble
(in 6 months they will be 5k). Yep. And wireless doesn't require nearly as much effort in terms of rights of way etc. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] Employee Tracking Program

2008-08-20 Thread Charles Wyble
Jerry Richardson wrote: Ntop (http://www.ntop.org/) will give you source IP, destination IP, and port. Runs on Linux or Windows. Yes! Ntop is awesome! Cisco NetFlow can be combined with a free seat of PRTG and their 250.00 NetFlow plugin. NTOP can be a NetFlow endpoint. I have that

Re: [WISPA] Employee Tracking Program

2008-08-20 Thread Charles Wyble
Jerry Richardson wrote: The advantage of PRTG is that is will generate reports and email them on a regular basis. H. I imagine this could be done pretty easily with NTOP as well. Might require some shell scripting. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO

Re: [WISPA] Employee Tracking Program

2008-08-20 Thread Charles Wyble
Charles Wyble wrote: Jerry Richardson wrote: The advantage of PRTG is that is will generate reports and email them on a regular basis. H. I imagine this could be done pretty easily with NTOP as well. Might require some shell scripting. www.mirrors.wiretapped.net

[WISPA] Fiber Costs

2008-08-20 Thread Charles Wyble
and decided to build the fiber system at an estimated cost of about $4,000 for every customer. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] 3.65 as Mesh on Muni WiFi

2008-08-21 Thread Charles Wyble
as point to multi point, perhaps as a master/slave setup. What kind of coverage area are you looking at? What kind of geography? -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] Story on Telco Bit Caps

2008-08-22 Thread Charles Wyble
Any telcom lawyers on the list who can comment on the legality of bandwidth caps? Based on my (admittedly limited) understanding of the various laws/regulations this seems to be very close to illegal if not outrightly so. However I am not a lawyer. Perhaps I should chat with the EFF. Thanks

Re: [WISPA] Fiber Costs

2008-08-22 Thread Charles Wyble
what you deliver for $1000/ sub? As would I. Please share. Tom DeReggi RapidDSL Wireless, Inc IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] Preventing backwards router problems

2008-09-03 Thread Charles Wyble
it on the gateway router and it only allowed MAC authorized clients to the internet everybody else was pointed to a captive portal. Does anybody remember this or could give me a link to it again? Chillispot? Wifi-DOG? There are a few of them. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http

Re: [WISPA] Preventing backwards router problems

2008-09-04 Thread Charles Wyble
Andrew Niemantsverdriet wrote: On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 4:42 PM, Charles Wyble [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Niemantsverdriet wrote: How to I prevent SOHO routers from handing out bogus DHCP information when they are plugged in backwards? Filter them upstream? How

Re: [WISPA] Preventing backwards router problems

2008-09-04 Thread Charles Wyble
Clint Ricker wrote: (they aren't necessarily either/or) solutions: - Many APs have client isolation, which keeps traffic from one client going to another. Some switches have this as well. Wouldn't all switches have this by design and during normal operation (various exploits to sniff

Re: [WISPA] Preventing backwards router problems

2008-09-05 Thread Charles Wyble
Jeff Broadwick wrote: Just a word of caution, native Linux will only work up to a certain point with PPPoE/L2TP. Jeff Can you expand on that a bit? I mean obviously you you need other bits to make a complete solution (RADIUS/DNS/DHCP maybe some LDAP/Cert Authority/VPN). I would

Re: [WISPA] Satellite internet

2008-09-05 Thread Charles Wyble
Forrest W. Christian wrote: I half expect that the whole speed of light latency issue will be eliminated sometime in my lifetime - that is, instantaneous communication between any two points with no meaningful delay. You aren't that far off. Lots of quantum network research being done.

Re: [WISPA] Wrap Boards and Support

2008-09-05 Thread Charles Wyble
Are you familiar with http://tier.cs.berkeley.edu/wiki/Wireless ? I think you will find it quite useful for what you are doing. Also check out http://routerboard.com/ -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] Considering ARIN and buying our own IPs....IPv4? IPv6

2008-09-05 Thread Charles Wyble
Mike Hammett wrote: If you can justify a... /22? then you should have your own IPs from ARIN. Other than that, you can't have them. Correct. The minimum allocation has been going up. I used to control some /24 netblocks of portable space. Was cool. :) -- Charles Wyble (818) 280

Re: [WISPA] Considering ARIN and buying our own IPs....IPv4? IPv6

2008-09-05 Thread Charles Wyble
Zachery Wolfinger wrote: We have an IPv6 block. Mostly just for testing right now. You can peer up with Hurricane Electric over an IPv4 tunnel for testing. Yep. Tunnelbroker.net You can get a /48 and /64. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element

Re: [WISPA] Preventing backwards router problems

2008-09-05 Thread Charles Wyble
Jeff Broadwick wrote: Hi Charles, It's a scale issue. I wish I could tell you exactly where it will fail, but there are a lot of variables. Oh certainly. The Linux kernel and user space could use a whole lot of tuning in many many many many places. :) We've been able to get 3000 plus

Re: [WISPA] Considering ARIN and buying our own IPs....IPv4? IPv6

2008-09-05 Thread Charles Wyble
for future growth, and for IPv6any advice? Thanks, -- John M. McDowell Boonlink Communications 307 Grand Ave NW Fort Payne, AL 35967 256.844.9932 [EMAIL PROTECTED] www.boonlink.com -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises

Re: [WISPA] routers

2008-09-21 Thread Charles Wyble
Subscribe/Unsubscribe: http://lists.wispa.org/mailman/listinfo/wireless Archives: http://lists.wispa.org/pipermail/wireless/ -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO Known Element Enterprises / SoCal WiFI project

Re: [WISPA] routers

2008-09-22 Thread Charles Wyble
successfully to reflash with. The next largest issue is that they skimp on the hardware resources, the 310 has 32mb ram where most other units have 16 or even as little as 8. That just is not enough with out a well produced firmware. Exactly. -- Charles Wyble (818) 280 - 7059 http

Re: [WISPA] [Tranzeo] New Update - Tranzeo/Mtik disconnect issue Oct 10th, 2008

2008-10-20 Thread Charles Wyble
Fantastic after action / forensics report! It's the best one I have seen, and I have seen many of them, as well as produced hundreds. Good job! WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] heavy usage customers OT: Windows updates

2008-11-01 Thread Charles Wyble
Scottie Arnett wrote: On another note, is their a way to cache or get a server closer to you for windows updates? I have a hospital on our network that has 60+ PC's on the inside. They are killing us with windows updates at certain times...like Service Pack 3...?

[WISPA] Looks like we didn't win

2008-11-04 Thread Charles Wyble
http://www.networkworld.com/news/2008/110408-fcc-whilte-spaces.html :( WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/ WISPA

Re: [WISPA] WISPA Website FCC Press Release and Commissioner Comments

2008-11-05 Thread Charles Wyble
Rick Harnish wrote: http://www.wispa.org/?p=311 Does anyone have a link to the report and order? WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] OT election results

2008-11-06 Thread Charles Wyble
I'm glad the whitespace spectrum was approved. I hear tell our new fearless leader wants to appoint a CIO for the country. That undoubtedly means even more regulation, process and red tape. Just read any large companies CIO blog. Ugh. I'm hoping that WISPs will be able to bid on contracts for

Re: [WISPA] OT election results

2008-11-06 Thread Charles Wyble
Brad, You are 100% correct. Taxes up. Markets haven't reacted well at all to the choice for our new leader. Not at all. Brad Belton wrote: Well it's certainly clear that our taxes will be going up. Hope everyone enjoys it. Brad -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [WISPA] OT election results

2008-11-06 Thread Charles Wyble
Jack Unger wrote: I agree 100% (or even 110%) That is O.T. This clearly is NOT a list for political discussions but I can send you a fine list of political sites where politics are discussed 24/7. Certainly. Yet a lot of the things on this list go off in various tangents. :) We're

Re: [WISPA] OT election results - probable new chairman named

2008-11-10 Thread Charles Wyble
snip a lot More on FCC chairperson selection: http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/nov2008/tc2008119_650156.htm?campaign_id=yhoo Comments? WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] manufacturing CPE for customers

2008-11-11 Thread Charles Wyble
Andy, Have you seen www.routerboard.com ? They have some decent CPE for less then 100.00. Andy Loukes wrote: Hi iam looking some one to help me getting smalled board with low cost CPE for indoor use with the support of OpenWRT one lan + one wan + 1 ap contact me offline with specs and

Re: [WISPA] Vista VPN Question

2008-11-13 Thread Charles Wyble
Mike Hammett wrote: Is there a way to setup Vista so that only certain subnets are routed over a VPN link? It seems silly that a customer with a 16 meg Comcast connection pushes all Internet traffic through the office's 2/2 connection. There is a route command you can use from the

[WISPA] 3.65Ghz / 802.11y-2008

2008-11-17 Thread Charles Wyble
Now that the 802.11y-2008 standard has been finalized, what can we expect? Will anyone be deploying gear in that spectrum? What vendors are the current players? Everything I have seen in that spectrum is using Wimax.

Re: [WISPA] 3.65Ghz / 802.11y-2008

2008-11-17 Thread Charles Wyble
Jason, Thanks for that. According to http://ligowave.com/?q=news/2 they aren't legal for US operation. I do like the price point. I like it very much. Jason Hensley wrote: Ligowave -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Charles Wyble

Re: [WISPA] 3.65Ghz / 802.11y-2008

2008-11-17 Thread Charles Wyble
Jason Hensley wrote: How do you get that from that link? They just recently received FCC approval in the band, so I'm sure they're legal. They just updated that link. I got an e-mail back from sales apologizing for overlooking the update. :) Thank you for the reference. I will be

Re: [WISPA] Indoor Access Points

2008-11-18 Thread Charles Wyble
Josh Luthman wrote: I am looking to see what other members use for indoor access points. Primarily I'm looking for a residential install and hotels. I've been using the Senao/Engenius equipment for quite a while but I have encountered several issues over the years and I am hoping to find a

Re: [WISPA] Indoor Access Points

2008-11-18 Thread Charles Wyble
with 0 issues) and will be meshing out from it to provide internet to Downtown El Segundo California. Charles Wyble http://www.socalwifi.net WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

[WISPA] NS2 Feedback

2008-11-18 Thread Charles Wyble
deploying a mesh. NS2: 100.00 Wireless coverage you can count on: Priceless Charles Wyble http://www.socalwifi.net WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti 3.65

2008-11-18 Thread Charles Wyble
Joel White wrote: Anyone out there using the Ubiquiti 3.65 legally registered with the FCC? Any ups or downs or knowledge you care to share? I would love to get an answer to this as well. WISPA Wants You!

Re: [WISPA] Indoor Access Points

2008-11-19 Thread Charles Wyble
Tom Sharples wrote: One of our wisp clients (a good size one with around 1K paying clients) has been testing the ns2, and he reports some sort of problem that shows up as a steady loss of preformance over time. They start out working great, but after a few days of continuous operation the

Re: [WISPA] NS2 Feedback

2008-11-19 Thread Charles Wyble
? __ Jerry Richardson airCloud Communications -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Charles Wyble Sent: Tuesday, November 18, 2008 7:41 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: [WISPA] NS2 Feedback All I can say is WOW!!! I

Re: [WISPA] NS2 Feedback

2008-11-19 Thread Charles Wyble
Josh Luthman wrote: Charles, Have you any experience with the R52/h or Compex cards? If so how do the NS2s compare (or do they)? No I do not. Sorry. My other wireless experience has been with Linksys WRT54GL running OpenWrt.

Re: [WISPA] Article

2008-12-05 Thread Charles Wyble
snip a super long e-mail I have a question. How do you have so much time to write these really long e-mails on a regular basis? Do you have that much free time? If so do you think it could be better invested in improving your WISP? It seems counter productive to me, for you to spend all this

Re: [WISPA] Article

2008-12-06 Thread Charles Wyble
I'll be proposing this at the town hall meeting in Los Angeles today. See http://www.internetforeveryone.org/ If anyone in SoCal is attending feel free to call my cell at (818)280-7059. I should be there around noon. Tom DeReggi wrote: As I weeded through the gibberish I did recognize

Re: [WISPA] Do you provide backup services?

2008-12-07 Thread Charles Wyble
Stick those drives in this: http://promise.com/product/product_detail_eng.asp?product_id=185 Mike Hammett wrote: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148337 - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com

Re: [WISPA] Do you provide backup services?

2008-12-07 Thread Charles Wyble
Marlon K. Schafer wrote: Thanks! Do you happen to know if those are new or reman units? Seems pretty dang cheap. I'm after inexpensive, not cheap. I swear by the baracuda drives. Nothing else. I could sure see putting one of those into the web severs and then selling a lot more

Re: [WISPA] Do you provide backup services?

2008-12-07 Thread Charles Wyble
Marlon K. Schafer wrote: How much? 2k. I pay for internet based on usage. Doesn't everyone? (I mean for anything beyond end users). I need to keep as many of these danged off site backup customers on MY system not ever let them out to the internet. Bingo.

[WISPA] For your consideration

2009-02-06 Thread Charles Wyble
http://bennett.com/blog/2009/02/thought-you-had-no-alternatives-for-broadband/ -- Charles N Wyble char...@thewybles.com (818)280-7059 http://charlesnw.blogspot.com CTO SocalWiFI.net WISPA Wants You! Join

Re: [WISPA] Mesh Solutions

2009-02-06 Thread Charles Wyble
ubnt.com :) Jerry Richardson wrote: What are some sub-$500 solutions for dual radio WiFi Mesh that support Multi-SSID with VLAN tagging? I already know I can do it for around 360/unit with MikroTik, just wondering if I am overlooking anything. Thanks -- Charles N Wyble

Re: [WISPA] Ya Know......

2009-04-16 Thread Charles Wyble
Alright. Shut this thread down. Or take it off list. Don't gripe on list about an issue between two individuals. Use a blog or something. Seriously. Bob Moldashel wrote: After reading this again. No... What would have been better for Bob in the first place is if the other party

Re: [WISPA] Insurance on equipment

2009-04-16 Thread Charles Wyble
] On Behalf Of Charles Wyble Sent: Thursday, April 16, 2009 4:30 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] Insurance on equipment I'm guessing you mean AP gear and not CPE? Or do you mean CPE as well? Alan Long wrote: Anyone have information/experience with insuring your equipment

Re: [WISPA] billing system to integrate with wi-fi

2009-04-16 Thread Charles Wyble
Well naturally. However I define plug and play as everything is pre integrated, and simply needs one to set passwords and some IP addresses/ranges. Scott Reed wrote: Except for the first line and the last line, this is pretty much MT RouterOS and UserManager. With the rest of the list, how

Re: [WISPA] DFS Radar Question

2009-04-20 Thread Charles Wyble
The WiSPY picks up radar signals? Eje Gustafsson wrote: The Wi-SPY devices are fairly affordable. And they support remote monitoring both with Windows and Linux. So you could set one up in a small linux box that you leave on site and just let it log and you can view the data remotely from

[WISPA] 3650Mhz and Wimax Vendors

2009-04-22 Thread Charles Wyble
So the recent thread on Wimax was quite interesting. I need to read up on the different technologies involved. I believe that a fixed deployment is sufficient for many many many needs and markets (wireless local loop if you will). If people want mobility/end user wireless they can hang an

Re: [WISPA] 3650Mhz and Wimax Vendors

2009-04-22 Thread Charles Wyble
I'm looking for more operational experience and end user experience. Certainly good technology contributes to that, but that isn't my primary goal. Michael Baird wrote: It was interesting, but I was hoping for some more first hand experience reporting. Essentially the only explanation for

Re: [WISPA] 3650Mhz and Wimax Vendors

2009-04-22 Thread Charles Wyble
Jason Hensley wrote: For me, personally in our area, 3650 is attractive because of the lack of noise. We are saturated with 2.4 and 5GHz here, but if I was in an area with low noise levels in 2.4 and 5Ghz, then I would not see a point in spending the extra money to deploy 3650 gear. I

Re: [WISPA] 3650Mhz and Wimax Vendors

2009-04-22 Thread Charles Wyble
list. To summarize though; operators who use WiMAX like it and think the technology is actually different and better than what else is out there. The people who don't use WiMAX think it is overpriced and not particularly interesting. -Matt On Apr 22, 2009, at 1:41 PM, Charles Wyble

Re: [WISPA] 3650Mhz and Wimax Vendors

2009-04-22 Thread Charles Wyble
and not particularly interesting. -Matt On Apr 22, 2009, at 1:41 PM, Charles Wyble wrote: I'm looking for more operational experience and end user experience. Certainly good technology contributes to that, but that isn't my primary goal. Michael Baird wrote: It was interesting

Re: [WISPA] router to load balance 2 wan connections

2009-04-22 Thread Charles Wyble
Excellent questions to ask. I would recommend a mid range cisco router. Say the 1800 or 2800 series. Also Vyata makes some nice kit. Jeff Broadwick wrote: Hi Alan, Do you anticipate needing BGP now, or in the future? What are the link speeds? How much overall throughput will the

Re: [WISPA] 3650Mhz and Wimax Vendors

2009-04-22 Thread Charles Wyble
This is what I'm looking for. Thank you!! Ben Wiechman wrote: We've looked at several different vendors for WiMAX and have been running Alvarion in 2.5GHz for almost 18 months now. Aperto seems to have a decent RF platform, as does Redline and Alvarion. We had two main issues with Aperto:

Re: [WISPA] NTIA mapping

2009-04-29 Thread Charles Wyble
Brian Webster wrote: Amen Rick I've always maintained the thought that the 350 Million was another back door political payback to the Telco and cable companies via Connected Nation. With the fact that this funding gets put out there and then the data never really becomes available

Re: [WISPA] NTIA mapping

2009-04-29 Thread Charles Wyble
Excellent!!! My thoughts exactly to the millionth power! Tom DeReggi wrote: Rick, I agree with your assessment that the $350 mil number was set based on either Connected Nation being in mind (their lobbying), or using Connected Nation as the only historical data to estimate what it

Re: [WISPA] NTIA mapping

2009-04-29 Thread Charles Wyble
Preach it Tom! Wake up folks. Regardless of your political views, your approval/disapproval of the stimulus package it's out there and the money is becoming available. WE PAID INTO THIS WITH OUR TAXES! IT'S OUR MONEY! I don't know about all you, but I have been preparing business and product

[WISPA] Whitespace Equipment

2009-04-29 Thread Charles Wyble
All, What is the current status of whitespace gear availability? I'm ramping up my WISP efforts here in SoCal and am looking at a combination of TVWS and 3650 for back haul/aggregation. I know who the 3650 players are, and the licensing process etc. Still working on negotiating access to the

Re: [WISPA] Whitespace Equipment

2009-04-29 Thread Charles Wyble
the existing TV stations) there will be few-to-none TVWS channels available. TVWS will be most practical (and available) in rural areas where there are not as many existing TV broadcasters. jack Charles Wyble wrote: All, What is the current status of whitespace gear availability? I'm ramping

Re: [WISPA] Whitespace Equipment

2009-04-29 Thread Charles Wyble
also need to post some data that I got from the FCC OET, as the published calculations in regards to the exclusion zones have errors. Jack Unger wrote: Charles, Yep. Please update us on your efforts to negotiate access to 3650 spectrum. jack Charles Wyble wrote: Jack, Thanks

Re: [WISPA] NTIA mapping

2009-04-29 Thread Charles Wyble
Brian Webster wrote: Charles, I am not against this stimulus package nor the mapping effort. Understood. There has been considerable criticism of connected nation and where they have responded to same, I have watched carefully. I will look into this further. This is the first

[WISPA] 3650Mhz Access Update

2009-04-30 Thread Charles Wyble
So I talked with someone who is heavily involved in the operation of 3650Mhz ground stations. The 30 second summary: Mobile applications are out of the question. Fixed point to point applications are possible. Talk to comsearch. Slightly longer summary: He mentioned

Re: [WISPA] 3650Mhz Access Update

2009-04-30 Thread Charles Wyble
Speaking of comsearch: http://www.comsearch.com/newsletter/e-flash.html Charles Wyble wrote: So I talked with someone who is heavily involved in the operation of 3650Mhz ground stations. The 30 second summary: Mobile applications are out of the question. Fixed point to point

Re: [WISPA] WAN HotSpot and Polarity

2009-04-30 Thread Charles Wyble
I found that with a NanoStation2 I was able to provide coverage to an entire strip mall. Google earth it: 229 Main Street El Segundo, CA 90245 is where I deployed the AP. It's a fairly standard strip mall. I covered the entire mall, plus across the street in all 4 directions. Tom DeReggi

Re: [WISPA] WAN HotSpot and Polarity

2009-04-30 Thread Charles Wyble
address the primary question of polarity. Or what polarity hotspot CPE devices generally see. Tom DeReggi RapidDSL Wireless, Inc IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband - Original Message - From: Charles Wyble char...@thewybles.com To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org Sent

Re: [WISPA] WAN HotSpot and Polarity

2009-04-30 Thread Charles Wyble
. But, it would not be the first time I was wrong. Brian Charles Wyble wrote: The NS2 is dual polarity. Not sure what polarity the clients are. We get a lot of Iphones/Ipods as clients. So I haven't done any scientific studies, but wanted to give a real world indication of AP selection

Re: [WISPA] suggestions on lower end PC appliances?

2009-05-13 Thread Charles Wyble
David E. Smith wrote: Rogelio wrote: I've heard good things about the Soekris boards, particularly from guys in the BSD community. The problem is time and finances. I'm not sure that this is the best sort of solution, given those constraints. But it's one option. The Soekris

Re: [WISPA] Monowall and Microsoft Vista machines

2009-05-18 Thread Charles Wyble
Google for the win once again. :) Blasted zeroconf. D. Ryan Spott wrote: http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r22403089-Monowall-and-Mirosoft-Vista-machines the iptables -t filter -I INPUT --source 169.254.0.0/16 -j ACCEPT makes good sense. ryan Steve Barnes wrote: Did not mean there

[WISPA] Wireless visualization

2009-05-24 Thread Charles Wyble
http://www.ittc.ku.edu/wlan/ Also is anyone using visualization tools in your noc? such as ethereape or http://www.rumint.org/ etc? WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] Wireless visualization

2009-05-27 Thread Charles Wyble
. :) On May 24, 2009, at 11:56 AM, Charles Wyble char...@thewybles.com wrote: http://www.ittc.ku.edu/wlan/ Also is anyone using visualization tools in your noc? such as ethereape or http://www.rumint.org/ etc

Re: [WISPA] Wireless visualization

2009-05-27 Thread Charles Wyble
. :) On May 24, 2009, at 11:56 AM, Charles Wyble char...@thewybles.com wrote: http://www.ittc.ku.edu/wlan/ Also is anyone using visualization tools in your noc? such as ethereape or http://www.rumint.org/ etc

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