Re: [WISPA] 24 dbi Atlas Fox

2006-06-08 Thread N White
What kind of distance are you seeing with those 5G Rootennas? And what kind of APs Antennas are you using? Just curious - we're looking at moving all new customers to 5Ghz. -Nick George Rogato wrote: Those MTI's are nice looking product. Nice price too. Have you checked out the pac wireless

Re: [WISPA] Ok, what DO you want?

2006-06-28 Thread N White
Is this an all-in-one antenna included, or not? Mark Koskenmaki wrote: Ok, so I found a vendor... Someone who is OEM'ing boards and products that are sold by and reccommended by respected members of this list. Salesman makes the following claims: for capabilities... Support for higher

Re: [WISPA] Field Techs Non-Standard Installations

2006-07-20 Thread N White
We charge $85/hour for anything after standard installation. Standard installation includes installing and configuring the CPE and any customer computers that are present at the time of installation, including a installation of a router or switch if necessary. It does not include trenches,

Re: [WISPA] Field Techs Non-Standard Installations

2006-07-20 Thread N White
whatever route in with the cabling that makes it look the neatest and try our best to drill as few holes as possible. Sometimes that's through an attic, crawl space, whatever. - Original Message - From: N White [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org Sent

Re: [WISPA] Wireless AP w/o router

2006-08-22 Thread N White
We usually get the Netgear WGR614 - sometimes refurbished. If you disable DHCP it's essentially a Wireless AP bridge like what you're wanting. You can usually pick these up for around $15-20 online, depending on bulk. I think we got some in bulk for about $16 each and their wired counterpart

Re: [WISPA] A little help with Mikrotik

2006-09-20 Thread N White
2 Miles? That's all? The farthest we've gotten is 27 on some old Tranzeo 2.4 gear. It's now been replaced with StarOS, but we're still getting 20 miles, and probably more. What antennas are you using? I'm assuming you've got a really cluttered spectrum? Nick Barry at Mutual Data wrote:

Re: [WISPA] Outage

2006-09-28 Thread N White
HaHa! Amazing. We had a similar issue where some possible rats (or could have been squirrels, never found out for sure from them what it was) had gotten in a customer's wall and bit through the cable, just not completely severing the wires. So the link was very flaky, in and out. 75% out.

Re: [WISPA] Tranzeo CPE alternative

2006-10-11 Thread N White
We're using the B-only version with StarOS. They work wonderfully. I think I mentioned it already on another list, but once again, I recommend these. -Nick Chad Halsted wrote: Take a look at theseā€¦ http://www.demarctech.com/products/reliawave-rwo/rwo-plus-hpg-15a.htm I have ordered a

Re: [WISPA] Trying to block Stock Spam

2006-10-17 Thread N White
Carl A Jeptha wrote: Anybody been able to block the stockmarket spam??? My Merak with Spamassassin is loosing the battle. That seems to be our only weakness. Also using SpamAssassin. -- --- | Nick White | | Network Administrator | | Tele-NET Internet

Re: [WISPA] Trying to block Stock Spam

2006-10-18 Thread N White
I just configured FuzzyOCR (we've been having the same problem this last week with stock spam), and it only took about 150 minutes to install, configure, test. http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/FuzzyOcrPlugin I just used by the INSTALL file in the downloaded tarball.

Re: [WISPA] ? Web Developer Guru's

2006-10-26 Thread N White
Since it is a CGI script, I'm assuming it's written in Perl. Adding those two functions should be relatively easy. Let me know if you need anything. I'm a full-time web developer, systems administrator, and network administrator; I know these things from all angles. -Nick Brian Rohrbacher

Re: [WISPA] ? Web Developer Guru's

2006-10-26 Thread N White
want to do. I can't really ask more because I've included everything I know. Brian N White wrote: Since it is a CGI script, I'm assuming it's written in Perl. Adding those two functions should be relatively easy. Let me know if you need anything. I'm a full-time web developer, systems

Re: [WISPA] OT: sendmail question

2006-10-30 Thread N White
I suggest the following. I never liked Sendmail all that much http://www.qmailrocks.org - The Mailing List is VERY active. http://qmail.jms1.net/ - Many patches and great information that goes with above -Nick Chadd Thompson wrote: Won't that still allow the user to receive mail for every

Re: [WISPA] OT: sendmail question

2006-10-30 Thread N White
lolz. ;-) I guess anything is better than Sendmail. Right? -Nick David E. Smith wrote: On Mon, October 30, 2006 3:41 pm, N White wrote: I suggest the following. I never liked Sendmail all that much You misspelled 'www.postfix.org' :) David Smith MVN.net -- WISPA Wireless

Re: [WISPA] StarOS or Microtik with TRCPQ clients...

2006-12-28 Thread N White
We never used the TRCPQ, but we do have several hundred TRCPEs and TRCPE200s. We have 3 Access points with ~50 clients each- a combination of TRCPE, CPE200, and DemarcTech units. This handles well. If I remember correctly, the TRCPE is Atheros based(?) and I would think that it should work

Re: [WISPA] StarOS or Microtik with TRCPQ clients...

2006-12-28 Thread N White
, 3000 and 4000 were Prism based. The CPE80 was Atmel. -Damian Wallace Also, if you decide to go the StarOS/Mikrotik way, make sure you upgrade all of your Tranzeo gear to the latest firmwares. -Nick N White wrote: We never used the TRCPQ, but we do have

Re: [WISPA] Bandwidth Program/Script for Web Server?

2007-01-11 Thread N White
Bo Hamilton wrote: Hello Everyone! Im looking for a Bandwidth Progrom for my Web Server. Can someone on the list help me? Thanks in advance! Bo Hamilton NCOWireless.com What web server are you running? -- --- | Nick White | | [EMAIL PROTECTED] |

Re: [WISPA] Linux distro for the desktop

2007-01-11 Thread N White
Butch Evans wrote: I am a FreeBSD guy. Heart and soul. However, I am in the process of evaluating which Linux distro I want to put on my laptop. I would just go with FreeBSD, but I want to try this Linux thing...FreeBSD makes the BEST server platform (no flames, please), but their desktop