based stats (receive signal level, noise level, etc).
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PPTP VPN connection.
I'll see what is supported in this regard.
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From: Matt Hardy [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2008 1:48 PM
We put together a wiki entry for our customers that explains the entire
process of 3.65GHz licensing, from applying for an FRN number, to
obtaining a nationwide license, to registering each site location.
Maybe this will help some of you guys too:
It actually does take into account terrain data...
Let us know if you have any other questions or suggestions for
On Wed, 2009-12-02 at 13:29 -0700, 3-dB Networks wrote:
One thing I have noticed... it does not take into account multipath, or
really anything else dealing with
On Wed, 2009-12-02 at 14:35 -0700, 3-dB Networks wrote:
I must have missed the day Ligowave announced 11GHz can go through mountains
LOL... most 11GHz can't, only LigoWave. ;) We'll look into this and see
what's going on with this link.
Your calculator gives no indication of diffraction
You can implement the use of SPF records in your dns/mx settings. This
will tell mail servers which use SPF checking (which many do) to only
allow mail from your domain name to come from the mail servers / IPs
that you specify (in the SPF records) are allowed. Any mail coming from
or something like that.
(321) 205-1100 x106
From: Matt Hardy mha...@ligowave.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 29, 2009 11:08 AM
To: WISPA General List firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [WISPA] domain spam attack - JoeJob
There are quite a few Android based devices :
I think I even saw a netbook yesterday that came preloaded with Android
and XP setup in a dual-boot configuration.
I had the G1 on TMobile, now have the HTC Hero. I've been happy with
both, but now
Hmm, nevermind I see the HTC emblem on the back of the phone on the
website now. Another Android based HTC phone... The specs are
On Wed, 2010-01-06 at 19:26 -0500, Matt Hardy wrote:
now I'm intrigued by the actual Google Phone made my
The Nexus One Phone
I think you're thinking of the MIT Roofnet project?
Scottie Arnett wrote:
I was thinking of something else...can't remember what is was called. A
college was replacing the firmware in some Netgear WGR614L(best I recall)
routers and meshing the
Yes for the 3.65GHz band, antenna gain does matter, because the band is
EIRP restricted. For instance, for the XR3, if you look on the grant:
The maximum output (in
It could be senderbase:
Have you checked your smtp logs for more detailed information?
Marlon K. Schafer wrote:
We had a customer get a virus and it took us a couple of days to find out
Yes you can setup this feature in the Routes section for failover, you
can create two routes with different Distances and have the lower
distance route use the Check Gateway ping feature.
If it quits pinging it will switch to the route with the higher distance
As far as load balancing,
- Original Message -
From: Jason Hensley [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: 'WISPA General List' email@example.com
Sent: Monday, June 09, 2008 1:16 PM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] mesh throughput?
Are these lab results or real-world? Matt (Hardy) has mentioned
some similar speeds on some
If you're looking at implementing VoIP with a system that's standards
based, I'd try to find something that utilizes the Atheros Super G
capabilities (WMM, Packet Bursting, Compression, Fast Frames).
These can really help with VoiP in two main ways:
WMM - A subset of 802.11e (QoS). Prioritizes
I guess one question would be is it a Layer 2 or Layer 3 mesh? That
would influence what options you have.
On Fri, 2008-06-13 at 10:43 -0700, Rogelio wrote:
I would like roaming, actually. Ideally, the entire mesh would be on
the same LAN subnet and each user would
We've also collocated 2.4GHz and 900MHz radios using 2.4GHz frequency
up/down converters in the same enclosure before without issues.
The 900MHz radios implemented with the up/down converters have pretty
good filters that block non-900MHz frequencies.
On Fri, 2008-06-13 at 16:15 -0400, Leon
entries updated, etc
For instance, if a laptop migrates from one mesh AP to a different mesh
AP in L3, they will be assigned an IP in a different subnet, while with
a Layer 2 mesh, they can use the same IP.
On Sat, 2008-06-14 at 10:08 -0700, Charles N Wyble wrote:
On Sun, 2008-06-15 at 20:52 -0400, Matt Hardy wrote:
Yes a layer 2 mesh is protocol dependent, so you're stuck to IP traffic
Oops... i mean, Layer 3 is protocol dependent :)
Also, when using a layer 3 mesh, roaming and convergence time can also
increase (slowing things down
and tunnel. Most l2 services provided by service providers are, in
the end, tunneled over a layer 3 infrastructure. Scalabiity and
stability are the 2 concerns of a service provider, and both are very
weak at layer 2 of any size..
On Jun 15, 2008, at 21:00, Matt Hardy
Yes, the LigoWave 900MHz products are all FCC certified.
On Mon, 2008-06-30 at 15:26 -0600, Randy Cosby wrote:
Is their 900 mhz stuff fcc certified?
Bo Ring wrote:
LigoWave is planning one, but has not announced any details. This is
from their website:
When you say dual radio... are you saying two radios devoted to the mesh
layer, or one radio devoted to meshing and one devoted to client access?
We have found in our tests that when two radios are devoted to meshing
the results are a little higher than your results below.
One test reports:
It sounds like a NAT issue to me... have you tried enabling GRE/PPTP/etc NAT
you're using Mikrotik?)
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 12:04 PM, Jeremie Chism
I agree... sounds like an arp issue. You don't happen to have two client
bridges before this ap do you? If so you probably have customers battling
each other in the arpnat tables. For instance one client starts pinging,
other client stops working. Other client starts pinging, first stops
On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 3:41 PM, wi...@metrocom.ca wrote:
I saw that as well. But again, if this is the Lite product, is there a
higher level product to come, perhaps with GPS?
totally skipped over answering it...
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