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

2008-12-20 Thread
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, 2008 at 5:32 PM, John McDowell wrote: We've deployed one of the RMS version 1 boards from

Re: [WISPA] Trango GIGA Unband mngmt?

2008-12-24 Thread
On the Giga, do the G1-G4 ports act like a switch? Because, we can only ping the device attached to GE1 but when we plug in other devices on the other ports in the same subnet, we can't reach them. On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 2:01 PM, Brad Belton wrote: Yes, but we've never used

Re: [WISPA] Congress may help smaller ISPs grow

2009-01-02 Thread
Why worry about money not being available later if you can get it now? Borrow, borrow, borrow and borrow some more. If the markets dry up, we'll still have the leases and we can start paying cash for everything like everyone else. Our leasing is the same as what Travis described as far as rates

[WISPA] GigE at 460ft?!?!?

2009-01-03 Thread
We have a building that is 300ft tall with an office at the bottom off to the corner.Initially we ran Cat5E to see if we could get a basic link, use it to determine the length of the run and then order fiber. So, we plug one end into a Mikrotik RB1000 and the other end into a Dell desktop gigabit

Re: [WISPA] Congress may help smaller ISPs grow

2009-01-04 Thread
The problem with your deflation of the dollar argument is that you are just lookingat the time/value of money as if we are burying it in the backyard. Let's use big round numbers: CPE cost: $300 Interest: 10% Term: 36 months Monthly lease payment: $10 Customer rate: $30/month So, from day one,

Re: [WISPA] equipment state property taxes

2009-01-04 Thread
Check with your accountant but I do believe this depends on the lease. If you havea $1 buyout, you have to pay the property taxes. But I don't think you have to pay it if you have a fair market buyout. Unless, of course, you purchase the equipment at the end of the lease and then it would be

Re: [WISPA] MT on Atom

2009-10-15 Thread
If you are doing BGP, I will take a dual core CPU over a single core even if it's slower. On Mikrotik, BGP updates kill the CPU which can cause packet loss and other issues that happen when the CPU spikes to 100%. With dual cores, BGP updates eat up 100% of only one core and the second can

Re: [WISPA] choice of upstreams

2009-10-21 Thread
Level 3 has been solid for us. On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 12:07 PM, Marco Coelho wrote: I'm a GigE circuit to the mix, and I've got a choice of: Abovenet Cogent Global Crossing Level3 Savvis I'm looking for recommendations of who the better upstream is. Marco --

Re: [WISPA] choice of upstreams

2009-10-22 Thread
We got severely screwed during the MCI-Verizon transition. They stopped billing us our overage on our DS-3 for about 6-8 months. We just assumed we hadn't gone over our base rate. All of a sudden, we get an invoice in the mail for something like $20k+. The very next day we get a call from

[WISPA] Chimney Ratchet Mount

2009-10-26 Thread
We usually get these from Radio Shack but they are out. Anyone know who else carries these? WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] Where can I buy a MT RouterOS level 4 license for x86 (now!)

2009-10-26 Thread On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 7:38 PM, wrote: My 24 hours is expiring and I don't want to pull this unit down. Mikrotik's site wants me to authorize my credit card, a process I've begun but my credit card company won't post the transaction for a few days. Can

Re: [WISPA] Backhaul Questions

2009-10-31 Thread
We are seeing 60 Mbps HDX TCP with the Ubiquiti Rockets in 20MHz. One small problem is there appear to be some odd OSPF issues on some of our links. Still trying to figure them out though as they may not be Ubiquiti related. On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 10:11 AM, Josh Luthman

Re: [WISPA] IPTV -- Anyone doing it?

2009-11-09 Thread
When we looked into Avail Media, it was a $500,000 investment to start if I remember correctly. (Headend, set top boxes, etc.) On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 10:06 AM, Jayson Baker wrote: Have a look at Avail Media.  We used them in the past for an FTTH project I was involved

[WISPA] 8 Fiber Port Managed Switch

2009-11-12 Thread
Anyone know of an affordable 8 port managed switch that has 8 fiber ports? WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] 100Mbps over 10 miles

2009-11-13 Thread
You can use Trango but don't go with their Giga product line as it has too many software issues. Apex has been solid for us. On Fri, Nov 13, 2009 at 8:06 PM, George Morris wrote: It sure is. If ya got the bucks, Exalt or Dragonwave would be my first choices.

Re: [WISPA] Anyone else wish for this?

2009-11-16 Thread
I've been asking for something like this for years. Now if you could throw in a SIP ATA as well with battery backup, it would be perfect! Linksys only sells the VoIP routers to the big boys and I have no idea why we can't get them. (New, not hacked) On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 2:26 AM, Jayson

Re: [WISPA] 8 Fiber Port Managed Switch

2009-11-17 Thread
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Re: [WISPA] Freeside

2009-11-21 Thread
Ran into the same roadblock and gave up. The problem is that the dependencies are there but have the wrong version. You'll need to roll back to the older version the new packages rely on. On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 9:34 AM, ccrum wrote: Well, I'm pretty competent with Linux,

Re: [WISPA] Ligowave 24ghz Backhaul Radio

2009-11-23 Thread
Why only 85Mbps? I figured they'd do a full 100. On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 2:16 PM, Bret Clark wrote: Has it run through heavy rain yet, wonder how much rain affectst the attenuation. On Mon, 2009-11-23 at 12:01 -0700, Matt Larsen - Lists wrote: Just installed a

[WISPA] Crown Castle

2009-11-24 Thread
We are looking to get on a Crown Castle tower and =in their credit app they want to run personal credit and have a personal guarantee. Has anyone not signed the personal guarantee? WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] 802.3af POE to Passive POE

2009-11-25 Thread
No one has them yet but Ubiquiti does make them. On Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 1:23 PM, Dennis Burgess wrote: The answer is no you can't, however there are units that will run those types of devices.  They don't have the switch built


2009-12-06 Thread
Seeing the same thing. Flushing the cache seems to fix it for a while. Looks like it's been a bug for a little while: I'm going to try the script mentioned to flush the cache every 15 minutes. On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 10:57 PM, RickG


2009-12-06 Thread
Actually, I just noticed in MT that you can set the cache-max-ttl. So, I set it to 15 minutes. On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 11:11 PM, wrote: Seeing the same thing.  Flushing the cache seems to fix it for a while.  Looks like it's been a bug


2009-12-06 Thread
Some people think it has to do with the max UDP packet size so I increased mine to 768. Now... only time will tell. On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 11:13 PM, wrote: Actually, I just noticed in MT that you can set the cache-max-ttl. So, I set it to 15

Re: [WISPA] One long @#$% day!

2009-12-07 Thread
That was our experience with Mini-ITX boards as well. One thing we were able to tell was that they didn't like sudden changes in temperature. It didn't have to be outside the temperature tolerances of the board, but even going from 80 to 60 over a couple hours would cause it to lock up. In the


2009-12-07 Thread
It's not specific to any board, as it happens on X86 and RB1000s as well. However, it only happens to customers using Mikrotik as their DNS server. On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 7:46 AM, wrote: Is this something specific to the RB450/450G? I have the RB750 and I'm running 4.3

Re: [WISPA] Trademark on a color?

2009-12-09 Thread
I used to work for UPS and it was well known the color was patented. The main reason for the patent is that you don't want someone else starting up YouPS and driving around in the same color brown trucks (package cars as they are known) using the same color in their logo.

Re: [WISPA] Was question: now bandwidth use.

2010-01-04 Thread
We really aren't seeing much of a change either. We are seeing a small number of users using more bandwidth but nothing crazy. However, we have plenty of cheap bandwidth with two redundant fiber connections and 60GHz/licensed connection to tower. Our main concern is the limitation of the APs.

Re: [WISPA] Trango Apex Fiber port

2010-01-13 Thread
The problem with the connector only shows itself on 2ft antennas. If you are looking at the mount from behind the antenna, mounting the antenna on the right with a 2ft antenna will cause you to have to bend the cable at 90 degrees right up against the mounting plate. Trango's solution for this

Re: [WISPA] Postage

2009-01-05 Thread
Quickbooks has a similar service for a similar price and it's built right into Quickbooks. On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 8:41 PM, Charles Wu (CTI) wrote: Platypus (Billing Company) has a service where they will print, fold, mail statements for $0.70 / invoice -- that includes

Re: [WISPA] Multi-Point MMW- was Ceragon, Dragonwave and whatelse?

2009-01-19 Thread
24GHz was setup specifically for PtP. However, I'd like to see 60GHz have a PtMP product. I understand the range would be limited, but it would give a lot of bandwidth in that short range. Great for office parks. On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 7:31 PM, 3-dB Networks wrote: If it

Re: [WISPA] Ceragon, Dragonwave and whatelse?

2009-01-19 Thread
A customer came to us looking for gigabit speeds between buildings and had the money to pay for it. So, we quoted an 80GHz link w/2ft antennas with over 2 hours of down time and a licensed Dragonwave link that would do 300Mbps w/5 minutes of downtime at half the price. Once they saw both in the

Re: [WISPA] We're being DDOS'd by DC!

2009-01-21 Thread
Here's what we just started using: APC Smart-UPS 1000 XL - $500 APC XL Ultra Battery Pack 24V - UXBP24 - $500 APC Management Card - $200 The downside to this is that it isn't a rackmount solution. The external battery pack is BIG as it houses four car battery-sized batteries. These are

Re: [WISPA] How many switches can do RSTP?

2009-01-28 Thread
The main advantage of Imagestream is that you get their tech support people. When I've had problems that I thought were Imagestream related, they helped point to the Mikrotik server that wasn't doing something right. Cisco's support is very good as well but much more expensive than Imagestream.

Re: [WISPA] How many switches can do RSTP?

2009-01-28 Thread
beautiful so far. Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne St Suite 1337 Troy, OH 45373 Those who don't understand UNIX are condemned to reinvent it, poorly. --- Henry Spencer On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 12:06 PM,

Re: [WISPA] Redundant / Alternate Backhauls

2009-02-02 Thread
We setup a redundant circle around our network with OSPF. Highly recommend it. On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 6:47 PM, Travis Johnson wrote: We did this with all of our critical links last summer. It was the best thing we ever did... it has saved us several times this winter already. :)

Re: [WISPA] Redundant / Alternate Backhauls

2009-02-02 Thread
flaps back and forth, often causing all kinds of problems with traffic flows and OSPF updates. We have our backup links set that we have to switch to them manually, so then we know there is a problem, and we can control the traffic flow. Travis Microserv

Re: [WISPA] propane generators?

2009-02-06 Thread
You can get an adapter that will convert your natural gas generator to propane. So, get natural gas but keep some propane tanks around with the adapter if necessary. We run natural gas and have never had a problem in 7 years. On Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 8:43 PM, Mike Hammett

Re: [WISPA] Thinking out of the box ... Gigabit PTMP?

2009-02-08 Thread
I've mentioned this before but I think the only spectrum you can use to do this would be 60GHz. Obvously, very short range but high speed. I'm pretty sure 24GHz can only be used for PTP links. But, could be used as your backhaul to your 60GHz repeater site. I don't know if this would work with

Re: [WISPA] Need 18ghz link

2009-02-11 Thread
We are in Baltimore and now have Sprint WiMax to compete against in the residential market. Hearing a lot of people say how great it was, I decided to check it out. What I found was that they have prioritized nearly every major speed test site. Running tests to those sites show 4-6+ Mbps down and

Re: [WISPA] Need 18ghz link

2009-02-11 Thread
I second what Tom says. We need another affordable 24GHz solution. On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 5:47 PM, Tom DeReggi wirelessn...@rapiddsl.netwrote: Well, I'll add a couple comments, before the group chimes in I agree, that in MORE cases, people will chose 23Ghz licensed over 24Ghz. But that

Re: [WISPA] Alvarion VL products

2009-02-20 Thread
No, you aren't the only one. On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 4:06 PM, Cameron Kilton wrote: Am I the only one who wishes they had GPS timing available for Alvarion VL. Thank You, Cameron Kilton Broadband Department Assistant Systems Administrator Midcoast Internet Solutions

Re: [WISPA] Anybody use Aperto for 3.65GHz? I'd like to know whatyouthink.

2009-02-23 Thread
Patrick, can you clarify the e vs. d for me. The reason I ask is that I saw you do the Alvarion webinar and claimed that e was the only way to go. Now that you are with Aperto, d is the only way to go. On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 1:17 PM, Jeff Booher wrote: Marlon, What

Re: [WISPA] 100 meg full duplex backhaul

2009-03-04 Thread
We have the ring configuration with licensed links running OSPF without backups on the individual links. We spec our links to be as close to 99.999% at full modulation as possible. We continue to try to create loops in the network. For example, if you have a high-end commercial customer, sell

Re: [WISPA] 100 meg full duplex backhaul

2009-03-04 Thread
The RB1000s we've used have worked well in outdoor environments. We've had them in cases so hot we have burned ourselves touching them. However, to start, I'd start with the new RB450Gs from Mikrotik. They are cheap and should handle about 200+Mbps w/OSPF running.If you need BGP, definitely

Re: [WISPA] Alvarion B100 Throughput

2009-03-16 Thread
Depends on the frequency. 3-9 miles links we've seen 55-60Mbps on a 40MHz channel w/5.4GHz. However, because the radio has to change frequencies due to DFS, it's not consistent. On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 9:56 PM, wrote: What are you guys seeing with this unit. Looking to

[WISPA] Rackmount AC to 24V or 24V DC Power Supply

2009-04-15 Thread
Does anyone know of an affordable rackmount power supply that outputs 24V or 48V? Google search turns up a lot but very pricey. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] How does a WISP respond to this situation?

2009-04-23 Thread
Having been through a fire myself, if the equipment wasn't that expensive, just let it go. Let them know you feel for their loss and ask them if there is anything you can do to help. The good will it generates is worth more than the money you'll get. Also, most contracts have a clause that says

Re: [WISPA] equipment cooling?

2009-06-01 Thread
We have a couple RB1000s and Dell managed switches in areas without environmental control and they've held up fine. The RB1000s get so hot you can't touch them. On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 12:08 AM, Travis Johnson wrote: I would think all of that equipment could sit in a closet in a

Re: [WISPA] equipment cooling?

2009-06-01 Thread
at 12:13 AM, wrote: We have a couple RB1000s and Dell managed switches in areas without environmental control and they've held up fine.  The RB1000s get so hot you can't touch them. On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 12:08 AM, Travis Johnson

Re: [WISPA] Indoor fdx link antennas

2009-06-09 Thread
MTI has a dual-pol 23dBi panel as well. On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 12:18 PM, Butch wrote: On Tue, 2009-06-09 at 11:42 -0400, Josh Luthman wrote: I would like to use MikroTik to create a fdx link that's going across a stadium (that's a bit more then 100 yards).  I'm

Re: [WISPA] Need BGP Support ASAP

2009-06-09 Thread
Did you notify your upstream that you be advertising your customers routes? On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 2:24 PM, Jeff wrote: I recommend Tony Mattke for dynamic routing work. Regards, Jeff -Original Message- From:

Re: [WISPA] Vendor congrats

2009-06-26 Thread
I have to agree, Roc-Noc rocks! On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 8:37 PM, Mike wrote: Yes, I've said this before, but it happened again, so I thought I'd say it again. Recently during a tower rebuild, I was having problems with two sectors.  I ordered 2x R5Hs, 2x

Re: [WISPA] Problems with

2009-07-02 Thread
Nope. On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 2:29 PM, Gino wrote: Anyone with trouble reaching godaddy ? Gino A. Villarini Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp. tel  787.273.4143   fax   787.273.4145

Re: [WISPA] Opinions on LingoWave LW-PTP-5-23

2009-07-08 Thread
I'd highly recommend the Trango TLink-45s. On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 2:16 PM, Randy wrote: I really like mineBut, being in a noisy area, you may want to consider something that is approved for 5.3/5.4 like Trango or Tranzeo. Of course distance will be a factor with

[WISPA] Who left the web proxy open?

2009-07-09 Thread
For the past month I've been noticing the bandwidth on one of our upstreams going through the roof. When doing the math for each tower location, it added up to far less than the bandwidth through our upstream providers. So, ran Mikrotik Torch and what do you know it was all web proxy traffic.

[WISPA] Dragonwave Support

2009-07-24 Thread
Just curious what everyone's experience with Dragonwave support has been. Do they answer e-mail/phone calls promptly? Is their support 24/7? Is the product so good you just don't know because you've never contacted them?

[WISPA] Dual-Pol 5.8GHz Grid

2009-08-10 Thread
Does anyone know of a dual-pol 5.8GHz grid that's at least 29dBi? WISPA Wants You! Join today! WISPA

Re: [WISPA] Bullet M5 HP

2009-08-18 Thread
Nope. In the forums they say they have no plans for the existing and announced products. On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 10:38 AM, wrote: Ubiquity has introduced their new product lines, at Looking to take Canopy on. Anything like GPS sync for frequency reuse?


2009-08-23 Thread
No one has complained about this from us in years, but when we had some customers on Trango gear, Citrix would always drop. Since we started using gear that has ARQ, we haven't heard a peep from anyone about this. Citrix is VERY sensitive to dropped packets and I believe their was some posts on

Re: [WISPA] Trango Giga Microwave

2009-09-03 Thread
We had a problem during storms with one link where the link would show as up but wouldn't pass traffic. Turned out to be a mis-matched ODU firmware. 2.3.9 doesn't auto rateshift back up but was pretty stable. 2.4.0 can have the interface lock up but still pass traffic. 2.4.1 doesn't have the

Re: [WISPA] licensed links / distance / bandwidth

2009-09-11 Thread
Well, duh ...aggregation of multiple radios... We can all bond multiple radios to get to a certain speed. Just divide the total speed you need by 187Mbps and that's the number of radios/licenses you need. On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 3:19 PM, Josh wrote: Is

Re: [WISPA] Mikrotik Problem - 900Mhz-WDS-incremental speed degrade tpZero then drop- repeat.

2009-09-16 Thread
Try upgrading the subscriber with problems to V3.28 and using the wireless test package. Many of the odd issues we've had with MT and wireless are version related. On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 2:20 AM, Tom wrote: Maybe just bad hardware at Subscriber B? Last week we had

Re: [WISPA] Trango APEX link trouble

2010-05-15 Thread
Another thing to try is to make sure you have the latest version of the firmware. We have seen Apex links stop passing traffic in rain/thunderstorms with version 1.2.0. Upgrading it fixes it. WISPA Wants You! Join

Re: [WISPA] legal entity type - was taxes

2010-06-09 Thread
Use a payroll processing service like Paychex or ADP. The little money they charge for this is well worth it. In our first company, we used to do this on our own and it was a ton of work. We now use Paychex, just call in our employee hours and everything is done for us. For the few employees

[WISPA] ANOTHER Apex firmware upgrade problem

2010-06-26 Thread
We just upgraded one of our 18GHz links to 1.2.3 and now it won't pass traffic. We can get into both sides but nothing is going between them. They show a link and linktest is working, just nothing is passing. Toggled back to the previous firmware and that didn't fix it either. Any ideas?

Re: [WISPA] ANOTHER Apex firmware upgrade problem

2010-06-26 Thread
We can access the units via their IBM addresses but they won't pass traffic. We have rebooted the radios, power cycled them, and nothing happens. Interestingly, the Mikrotik on one end of the link is showing up in the neighbor list. So something is getting through.

Re: [WISPA] ANOTHER Apex firmware upgrade problem

2010-06-26 Thread
settings (same modulation and channel size on each side) (3) what does the linktest show on each side? Travis Microserv wrote: We can access the units via their IBM addresses but they won't pass traffic.  We have rebooted the radios, power cycled them, and nothing

Re: [WISPA] ANOTHER Apex firmware upgrade problem

2010-06-27 Thread
RPS is off. We learned this lesson early on. I've been pinging the other side all night and I'll see a few packets get through occasionally. 200 packets made it through out of 2 last night. Still hoping someone has some ideas!

Re: [WISPA] ANOTHER Apex firmware upgrade problem

2010-06-27 Thread
Never mind about the few packets getting through. I think that is just OSPF changes and it seeing the other end of the link. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] ANOTHER Apex firmware upgrade problem

2010-06-27 Thread
I turned ACM off and ATPC and some packets will get through occassionally. Still seeing 97% packet loss. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

[WISPA] Interference on 11GHz

2010-06-29 Thread
Anyone know who we would contact at the FCC to help determine what is causing us interference on our 11GHz link? Seems to have started as soon as Clear started putting a ton of 11GHz gear on one of our broadcast points. They are saying they conducted a study and no interference was found.

Re: [WISPA] Interference on 11GHz

2010-07-06 Thread
We had worked with the FCC on an interference issue in the past so I called them. They came right out, saw the interference, and contacted Clear. Things are moving MUCH faster now! WISPA Wants You! Join today!

[WISPA] Missing Bridgewave

2010-07-09 Thread
One of our installers lost one end of a Bridgewave GE60. According to our reseller we need to purchase a complete new link. What would you guys do in this case? Press charges against the installer and file with insurance? Just fire the employee? Anyone else had someone this stupid do

Re: [WISPA] Missing Bridgewave

2010-07-14 Thread
One installer was installing one side of the link and another the other. One side was put up and stands. The other was never put up. So, it's lost. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] Trango GigaPlus Experience?

2010-07-16 Thread
If it's anything like the original Giga, I'd pass. WISPA Wants You! Join today! WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] BGP / OSPF Routing Help

2010-08-10 Thread
You could do it a couple ways. First, use BGP multihop inside your network to connect all three routers. Second, use a tunnel to connect them with normal BGP. Then, traffic will go out the best BGP route. WISPA

Re: [WISPA] UBNT Grounding

2010-08-14 Thread
We've had the same problem even using shielded cable. We've found that we need to wrap the drain wire around the ground lug of both wires to fix the problem. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

[WISPA] Single Mode Fiber to Multimode Fiber Convertor?

2010-08-20 Thread
Is there a simple solution to convert single mode to multimode? We have a location where the customer required their contract put in the conduit and pull their own cables. Well, they installed and ran 650ft of single mode even though we explicitly said multimode. This is for a Bridgewave

Re: [WISPA] PowerBridge 5M

2010-09-07 Thread
The longer the cable run, the more you will need 24V. If your unit runs reliably at 12-15V, then you are fine. However, if it starts rebooting during tests, then you will need to increase the voltage. WISPA Wants

Re: [WISPA] Found Great VLAN switch

2010-02-15 Thread
We've always used the Dell PowerConnect switches in our network and they have been very reliable even in non-temperature regulated environments. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] New Ubiquiti Gear

2010-03-05 Thread
Was any pricing information mentioned? WISPA Wants You! Join today! WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] Replace MT X86 with routerboard?

2010-03-06 Thread
A RB450G should be fine for what you need. Or use an RB493AH if you need more ports. If you can wait a couple months, the new RB1100 is coming out which looks pretty sweet. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] Replace MT X86 with routerboard?

2010-03-08 Thread
We get Dell 1U Quad Core boxes, install flash drives and Intel NICs and these are fine. We can easily do 500Mbps Mikrotik speed tests over a PPTP link across two Bridgewave links. All for around $1000. WISPA Wants

Re: [WISPA] 5.4 legal ptp radios

2010-03-11 Thread
Alvarion B-series WISPA Wants You! Join today! WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] Benchmark

2010-03-13 Thread
They stole $1000 of my money too. WISPA Wants You! Join today! WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] Your experiences - RB750/RB750G Durability

2010-03-15 Thread
They have been very stable for us. WISPA Wants You! Join today! WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] Proxim QB-8100 / MP-8100

2010-03-22 Thread
What type of pricing are they pushing? WISPA Wants You! Join today! WISPA Wireless List:

Re: [WISPA] OT: Barracuda Updates?

2010-03-23 Thread
The other problem with Barracuda is that they require you to pay for any lapses in coverage. So, if you didn't buy it when it expired, you have to pay for the updates since the last subscription ended. WISPA Wants

Re: [WISPA] Vyatta?

2010-04-03 Thread
Mikrotik did have some very nasty BGP lock-up problems and multi-processor lock-up bugs. It definitely wasn't the hardware because once they got it fixed, everything worked fine on the exact same hardware. BGP would just die. Router would still be up and working but with no BGP sessions. We

Re: [WISPA] UBNT PowerBridgeM5

2010-04-06 Thread
We've had issues with Ubiquiti and OSPF. We've had to move some sites to BGP to fix the problem. WISPA Wants You! Join today!

[WISPA] Can you get an STD from Ubiquiti Equipment?

2010-04-13 Thread
Do they really need to wrap every, single part?!?!?!? Two packages of screws are wrapped and place in another bag that also holds the mounting clamps. RocketDishes have the large bolts covered and wrapped, placed in plastic and zip tied. I've seen food with less sanitary methods.

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti AirOS Comparison

2010-04-13 Thread
After some large experiments with Ubiquiti.. Canopy 430 here we come! Too many problems with latency and WDS re-reg issues. These seem to work pretty well for PtP links, but PtMP is just terrible for VoIP or anything that can't handle latency spikes.

Re: [WISPA] Ubiquiti AirOS Comparison

2010-04-14 Thread
Upgraded the AP and all CPE to Beta 5 this morning and latency still sucks. Signal is a -57 on one side and -59 on the other. Every one of our VoIP customers on this tower is complaining. attachment: graph_image.php.png

Re: [WISPA] Alvarion VL Users

2010-04-25 Thread
VL has been a love/hate for us. When it works, it works great. However, it has several serious flaws. It has the same associate/dis-associate issue seen with other WDS implementations. If a weak client continues to associate/dis-associate, packet loss to all radios on the sector happens and can

[WISPA] Trango Apex V1.3.0 Stable Yet?

2010-10-07 Thread
I know some people noticed some issues with the Trango Apex V1.3.0 firmware. Have these issues been fixed yet? WISPA Wants You! Join today!

Re: [WISPA] Licensed at 40-60-80Ghz - short distance link

2010-10-28 Thread
60-80 won't get you 5 miles in rain regardless of where it's located. For 100Mbps, you are better off looking at 6, 11, 18 or 23. On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 10:47 AM, Paolo Di Francesco wrote: Hi All, I was wondering if somebody of you is working at those

Re: [WISPA] Full BGP on RouterOS

2010-11-03 Thread
We had problems with 4.10 and went back to 4.3 and all is well. Haven't had a reason to upgrade to 4.11 but we'll probably just move straight to 5.0. On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 7:59 AM, Matt wrote: Our MikroTik BGP router keeps crashing about once every month or so...sometimes

Re: [WISPA] Full BGP on RouterOS

2010-11-03 Thread
I think one of the main differences is BGP failover. With one box, your BGP session never drops. With two distinct servers, the session will drop and the second router will start it up. Then, when the primary comes back online, the session will drop again and restart.

[WISPA] SAF Radios

2010-11-04 Thread
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