>From: David E. Smith [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Sent: Friday, December 23, 2005 10:29 AM
>To: 'WISPA General List'
>Subject: Re: [WISPA] Good Backhaul?
>Ron Wallace wrote:
>> That is exactly what I needed to hear, regarding the 2 OSs. Now a second
>> Q, what is the difference between the WRAP and WAR boards? In the good ole
>> USA these days, a WAR board may take on many definitions. And since the
>> CIA is monitoring e-mails I'm sure this will 'peak' their interest. And
>> where are you getting your boards?
>War violence ECHELON MI-6 Al-Qaeda hatecrime. There, that'll keep the CIA
>busy for a while. :D
>The WAR board is a specialized board that Valemount makes; you can get 'em
>from www.star-os.com. (Depending on how your network is laid out, you
>might want to wait another couple weeks until they finish the next
>revision of the software -- there are reports on the StarOS forums that
>bridging is more-or-less fried at this time.) WAR boards use an...
>interesting... processor (the Intel IXP 420, which I'd never even heard of
>before I first saw these boards), which basically means StarVX (their
>souped-up version of StarOS for this board) is the only thing you can use
>WRAPs are widely available from your favorite wireless shop. It's
>basically a tiny Pentium-233. You get more flexibility in what you can run
>on a WRAP board (it's a standard x86-type processor, so you can run
>StarOS, RouterOS, heck, MS-DOS, probably even Windows 95 if you work at
>it), but there's not nearly as much performance there (it's a
>general-purpose board with an older processor).
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