Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-28 Thread David E. Smith
Lonnie Nunweiler wrote: We are building an AP unit for the middle and we figured that BGP was for the edge with several outlets where you would typically have a larger server. Darn, I was actually thinking about using iBGP and private ASNs on a bunch of towers. More reliable than RIP, easier

Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-24 Thread Lonnie Nunweiler
We are building an AP unit for the middle and we figured that BGP was for the edge with several outlets where you would typically have a larger server. Lonnie On 8/23/06, David E. Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Lonnie Nunweiler wrote: We support RIP, OSPF and OLSR Mesh, with mesh being the

Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-24 Thread Mark Koskenmaki
] Managing CPE in routed network We are building an AP unit for the middle and we figured that BGP was for the edge with several outlets where you would typically have a larger server. Lonnie On 8/23/06, David E. Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Lonnie Nunweiler wrote: We support RIP

Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-24 Thread Lonnie Nunweiler
servers are in boxes in the air, on the roof, or otherwise. BGP needs to be in the regular AP version. - Original Message - From: Lonnie Nunweiler [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 11:51 PM Subject: Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed

Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-23 Thread Jason Hensley
] Managing CPE in routed network Jason, I had one of the largest bridged networks ever as I cover 15-18% of the State with wireless. I can tell you a few things about bridging-vs-routing and I aint getting into that, but I can tell you that I don’t think you will want a totally

Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-22 Thread Sam Tetherow
In my network I assign a private IP to the CPE and a 'similar' IP to the customer. For instance if I assign 10.1.1.100 to the customer then I assigned 10.101.1.100 to the CPE. Easy to remember the CPE address given the customers IP. Each AP gets it's own class C. I then do 1 to 1 NAT at

RE: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-22 Thread Mark McElvy
In the end I feel routed is better because you grow, a bridged network will get loud (lots of overhead traffic). You manage the CPE in a routed network just as you do now. What maybe you see is the difference between true routes and NAT routes. With true routes there is a path to and

Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-22 Thread Jason Hensley
Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 6:07 PM Subject: RE: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network In the end I feel routed is better because you grow, a bridged network will get loud (lots of overhead traffic). You manage the CPE in a routed network just as you do now. What

RE: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network

2006-08-22 Thread Mark McElvy
-729-9200 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jason Hensley Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 6:23 PM To: WISPA General List Subject: Re: [WISPA] Managing CPE in routed network That is correct on the Tranzeo AP's, but, I'm considering replacing the TR-6000's I