RE: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges

2007-12-14 Thread Larry A Weidig
I have a couple of Tranzeo radios with the exact same problem.
Make a change and the Ethernet port goes dead.  We do have managed
switches and can see that the link is still active.  In fact changing
speeds on the switch will usually bring it back to life, but not always.
Tranzeo's suggestion was to reset the unit to factory defaults and set
it up again.  This has not helped on our instance.

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Behalf Of Marlon Schafer
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2007 10:03 AM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges

I've got one doing a similar thing.  Every time a change is made to the
unit 
(two of them now) it shuts off it's ethernet port.

Today I'm going to install a different switch.  I'm also going to make
sure 
that the other radio on that mast and the switch are on the same surge 
protector in case there's a goofy grounding or backfeed issue going on.

In my case I had a Smartbridges APPro up there, worked just fine for
years, 
then suddenly started dropping customers.  Installed the TR6015 and
things 
were fine, till it started dropping them too.  Now I have a TR6000 in
place 
with a Maxrad 60* sector and it acts strange too.  Gotta be some kind of

electrical weirdness.  Finding it will be the challenging part :-).

laters,
marlon

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Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 10:48 PM
Subject: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges


 We have a connectorized tranzeo AP set up to feed a couple clients. 
 We've gone through a couple AP radios that have exhibited the same 
 symptoms- They power up fine, clients connect up fine, SNR looks good.

 After about 10 mins, the AP stops responding.  It's still powered  up,
but 
 you cant get into it on the ethernet side.   Rebooting doesnt  help. 
 We've swapped everything out.  The cable run tests good and is  @ 250'

 long.  We are using the 18v power supply that came with the  unit.
Could 
 the brick not have enough juice to power the unit at that  distance?
Any 
 suggestions much appreciated.

 Thanks
 Chris

 
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Re: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges

2007-12-13 Thread Joe Miller
Go to radio shack or a local electronics store and get
a 24 volt dc power supply. That should make up for the
voltage loss in the long cable run.
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 We have a connectorized tranzeo AP set up to feed a
 couple clients.   
 We've gone through a couple AP radios that have
 exhibited the same  
 symptoms- They power up fine, clients connect up
 fine, SNR looks good.  
   After about 10 mins, the AP stops responding. 
 It's still powered  
 up, but you cant get into it on the ethernet side.  
 Rebooting doesnt  
 help.  We've swapped everything out.  The cable run
 tests good and is  
 @ 250' long.  We are using the 18v power supply that
 came with the  
 unit. Could the brick not have enough juice to power
 the unit at that  
 distance?  Any suggestions much appreciated.
 
 Thanks
 Chris
 


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Re: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges

2007-12-13 Thread Clint Ricker
If you haven't already, it would probably be worth:
1. Checking whether the port is showing up on a physical layer (do you have
link on the switch?)
2. Check whether you are seeing mac addresses on the port (on Cisco
switches, show mac-address-table).  This does require a managed switch.

-Clint Ricker
Kentnis Technologies

On Dec 13, 2007 11:02 AM, Marlon Schafer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I've got one doing a similar thing.  Every time a change is made to the
 unit
 (two of them now) it shuts off it's ethernet port.

 Today I'm going to install a different switch.  I'm also going to make
 sure
 that the other radio on that mast and the switch are on the same surge
 protector in case there's a goofy grounding or backfeed issue going on.

 In my case I had a Smartbridges APPro up there, worked just fine for
 years,
 then suddenly started dropping customers.  Installed the TR6015 and things
 were fine, till it started dropping them too.  Now I have a TR6000 in
 place
 with a Maxrad 60* sector and it acts strange too.  Gotta be some kind of
 electrical weirdness.  Finding it will be the challenging part :-).

 laters,
 marlon

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 Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 10:48 PM
 Subject: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges


  We have a connectorized tranzeo AP set up to feed a couple clients.
  We've gone through a couple AP radios that have exhibited the same
  symptoms- They power up fine, clients connect up fine, SNR looks good.
  After about 10 mins, the AP stops responding.  It's still powered  up,
 but
  you cant get into it on the ethernet side.   Rebooting doesnt  help.
  We've swapped everything out.  The cable run tests good and is  @ 250'
  long.  We are using the 18v power supply that came with the  unit. Could
  the brick not have enough juice to power the unit at that  distance?
  Any
  suggestions much appreciated.
 
  Thanks
  Chris
 
  
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Re: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges

2007-12-13 Thread Marlon Schafer
I've got one doing a similar thing.  Every time a change is made to the unit 
(two of them now) it shuts off it's ethernet port.


Today I'm going to install a different switch.  I'm also going to make sure 
that the other radio on that mast and the switch are on the same surge 
protector in case there's a goofy grounding or backfeed issue going on.


In my case I had a Smartbridges APPro up there, worked just fine for years, 
then suddenly started dropping customers.  Installed the TR6015 and things 
were fine, till it started dropping them too.  Now I have a TR6000 in place 
with a Maxrad 60* sector and it acts strange too.  Gotta be some kind of 
electrical weirdness.  Finding it will be the challenging part :-).


laters,
marlon

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To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 10:48 PM
Subject: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges


We have a connectorized tranzeo AP set up to feed a couple clients. 
We've gone through a couple AP radios that have exhibited the same 
symptoms- They power up fine, clients connect up fine, SNR looks good. 
After about 10 mins, the AP stops responding.  It's still powered  up, but 
you cant get into it on the ethernet side.   Rebooting doesnt  help. 
We've swapped everything out.  The cable run tests good and is  @ 250' 
long.  We are using the 18v power supply that came with the  unit. Could 
the brick not have enough juice to power the unit at that  distance?  Any 
suggestions much appreciated.


Thanks
Chris


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Re: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges

2007-12-13 Thread Marlon Schafer


- Original Message - 
From: Clint Ricker [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2007 8:24 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges



If you haven't already, it would probably be worth:
1. Checking whether the port is showing up on a physical layer (do you 
have

link on the switch?)


When that happens I loose the link light on the switch.

It's fine after a power cycle or when plugged into the laptop directly.

Different ports on the switch don't help.


2. Check whether you are seeing mac addresses on the port (on Cisco
switches, show mac-address-table).  This does require a managed switch.


Just about to install a 2950.  Port 1 will be open, all others will be 
protected.  That should help with a lot of things network wise too.


marlon



-Clint Ricker
Kentnis Technologies

On Dec 13, 2007 11:02 AM, Marlon Schafer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I've got one doing a similar thing.  Every time a change is made to the
unit
(two of them now) it shuts off it's ethernet port.

Today I'm going to install a different switch.  I'm also going to make
sure
that the other radio on that mast and the switch are on the same surge
protector in case there's a goofy grounding or backfeed issue going on.

In my case I had a Smartbridges APPro up there, worked just fine for
years,
then suddenly started dropping customers.  Installed the TR6015 and 
things

were fine, till it started dropping them too.  Now I have a TR6000 in
place
with a Maxrad 60* sector and it acts strange too.  Gotta be some kind of
electrical weirdness.  Finding it will be the challenging part :-).

laters,
marlon

- Original Message -
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 10:48 PM
Subject: [WISPA] tranzeo challenges


 We have a connectorized tranzeo AP set up to feed a couple clients.
 We've gone through a couple AP radios that have exhibited the same
 symptoms- They power up fine, clients connect up fine, SNR looks good.
 After about 10 mins, the AP stops responding.  It's still powered  up,
but
 you cant get into it on the ethernet side.   Rebooting doesnt  help.
 We've swapped everything out.  The cable run tests good and is  @ 250'
 long.  We are using the 18v power supply that came with the  unit. 
 Could

 the brick not have enough juice to power the unit at that  distance?
 Any
 suggestions much appreciated.

 Thanks
 Chris

 
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