Re: [WISPA] Updated White Spaces mapping tool

2008-11-25 Thread Leon Zetekoff
Mike Hammett wrote: Are the stations going to change the channels once they vacate their analog ones? I thought I heard that once. Hi Mike...Yes..whatever their digital channel is they will move to. I think in some cases there could be a double move. Somewhere on the FCC site is a list of

Re: [WISPA] Updated White Spaces mapping tool

2008-11-25 Thread Leon Zetekoff
Chuck McCown - 3 wrote: All the stations were given an extra set of channels to fire up and operate the DTV transmitters. Mostly on UHF. This happened years ago and in this are we have been receiving a digital TV signal for about 8 years. Once the VHF analog transmitters are switched

Re: [WISPA] stopgap for congested wi-fi channel

2008-11-29 Thread Leon Zetekoff
Is is just one channel or the entire band(s). What if you use 5 or 10 mhz channels? Leon Rogelio wrote: When you have a noise floor of -30 dBm to -50dBm on a 2.4/5.8 11a/b GHz Wi-Fi band, is there anything configuration related that you can do to alleviate the problem other than switch

Re: [WISPA] stopgap for congested wi-fi channel

2008-11-30 Thread Leon Zetekoff
Rogelio wrote: Leon Zetekoff wrote: Is is just one channel or the entire band(s). What if you use 5 or 10 mhz channels? That's what I'm going to go for. I was just hoping for something else to do in the interim, like tweaking RTS/CTS values or something. As Jack said earlier there can

Re: [WISPA] Where is StarOS?

2008-12-10 Thread Leon Zetekoff
Tom DeReggi wrote: snip Ironically, the two big reasons that we use StarOS more, has nothing to do with reasons other WISPs would choose. We wanted a standards based testing tool that was able to be run from any device on our network. We chose Iperf. StarOS was the first to add Iperf to

Re: [WISPA] Remote Monitoring and ALERTING of battery levels...will these work??

2008-12-20 Thread Leon Zetekoff
we used the RMS and used SNMP and the Dude to chart the voltage. leon can...@believewireless.net wrote: For less money than the RMS device you could get an APC card that will e-mail and page you of outages. Tripplite's card will do the same but it's not as good as the APC. On Sat, Dec 20,

Re: [WISPA] POE up AM radio tower

2009-01-04 Thread Leon Zetekoff
WMFJ is 1 kw as I thought. Matter of fact I might have been at that station evaluating it for a friends family in the 90s. It was one station in Daytona. Here's the link: http://www.radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/finder?call=wmfjx=15y=6sr=Ys=C Chuck McCown - 3 wrote: I am guessing WMFJ -

Re: [WISPA] 2nd Look @ 3.65 ?

2009-03-18 Thread Leon Zetekoff
Hi Marlon...I'd look at the Ligowave stuff similar in principle to the UBNT stuff but I think much better. That's what I'd do today. Take care leon Marlon K. Schafer wrote: I'm looking into this too. So far I can't find a solution for rural towers. A 3 sector install at $20k? Not to

Re: [WISPA] [Wisp] HAM Operators

2011-03-12 Thread Leon Zetekoff
On 3/12/2011 5:03 PM, St. Louis Broadband wrote: Jack is working on a WISPA HAM Op group ;-) I think ... Jack? ~V~ -Original Message- From: j284...@yahoo.com [mailto:j284...@yahoo.com] Sent: Saturday, March 12, 2011 3:37 PM To: li...@stlbroadband.com; WISPA General List

Re: [WISPA] [WISPA Members] Paetec drives Ethernet-over-copper to 100 Mb/s

2011-05-03 Thread Leon Zetekoff
On 5/3/2011 6:29 PM, Brian Webster wrote: http://connectedplanetonline.com/business_services/news/paetec-drives-copper-over-ethernet-to-100mbs-0503/ I wonder if this will help anyone with transport or backhaul costs. Thank You, Brian Webster www.wirelessmapping.com

Re: [WISPA] [WISPA Members] Paetec drives Ethernet-over-copper to 100 Mb/s

2011-05-14 Thread Leon Zetekoff
On 5/14/2011 2:20 PM, Rogelio wrote: On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 7:33 PM, Leon Zetekoff wa4...@backwoodswireless.net wrote: I have worked with Paetec on dozens of circuits, and they are hands down the best provider I have dealt with for my customers. I would be really interested in knowing what

[WISPA] Today's(6/7/11) FCC Digest

2011-06-07 Thread Leon Zetekoff
Released: 06/07/2011. WIRELESS BACKHAUL: FURTHER INQUIRY INTO FIXED SERVICE SHARING OF THE 6875-7125 MHZ AND 12700-13200 MHZ BANDS. (DA No. 11-1011). (Dkt No 10-153 ). WTB http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/DA-11-1011A1.doc

[WISPA] Fwd: OpenSSL and BOVPN tunnels

2012-12-03 Thread Leon Zetekoff
sorry for the crosspost but no responses on mikrotik-users nor the mikrotik forum Original Message Subject: OpenSSL and BOVPN tunnels Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2012 10:23:17 -0500 From: Leon Zetekoff wa4

Re: [WISPA] Number's that can't port to VOIP

2014-03-30 Thread Leon Zetekoff
telcodata.us is a good resource that shows you who's in a rate center and anything related On 3/28/2014 3:21 PM, Scott Carullo wrote: All numbers can be ported, IMO. If you would like me to pull them for you hit me offlist. Scott Carullo Technical Operations 855-FLSPEED x102

Re: [WISPA] Source for Fortigate reseller

2017-05-13 Thread Leon Zetekoff
when I was at Windstream, FOrtinet was their FW of choice. PAETEC was just integrated into Windstream (where I came from) and we used Watchguards. Having been trained on both, the problem with the Fortinets, IMHO, is the inconsistency between CPE and Cloud interfaces. ALso, everything is done

Re: [WISPA] LinkNYC

2017-05-01 Thread Leon Zetekoff
nothing a good firewall with UTM can't handle On 5/1/2017 5:08 PM, Jeremy Austin wrote: You'd think someone would have seen that coming. You'd think. On Mon, May 1, 2017 at 1:05 PM Sean Heskett > wrote: And then this happened lol :-/

Re: [WISPA] Looking for opinions on a proposal for PTMP in 6Ghz Part 101 spectrum

2017-06-06 Thread Leon Zetekoff
I'd like to see a lite-licensed version but must be better than what happened on 3.x gHz. We can not have proliferation of generic consumer equipment here like others have said. I see too many Xifinity and other ISP provided devices all over polluting the place. my $0.02. Leon On 6/5/2017