Marlon,

You can open up the Trango 5830AP case and there are already connectors in there. Just unplug the ones to the internal antenna and plug in the new MMCX to NFemale adapter, drill out the hole for the NFemale(or your choice) either in the side or through the plastic front. Its easy and very cost effective :-) - - - just don't over tighten the housing screws as they are self tapping and will pull all your threads out. Good Luck on your Casino deal!!

Mac




Marlon K. Schafer (509) 982-2181 wrote:

I know I work with EC. And I know people like Canopy. I know I'm only supposed to say nice things. But Motorola is STILL working hard at the FCC level to hamstring this industry. I'll not support them unless there are no other choices. I won't even use a moto cell phone at this point, I'm so discussed with what they've been doing at the FCC. Marlon
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    *From:* G.Villarini <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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    *Subject:* RE: [WISPA] service contract prices

    1 suggestion, Last Mile Gear Canopy Advantage Omni

    Gino A. Villarini,

    Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.

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    787.273.4143

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    Need coverage in 3 different directions.  And trango ap's only
    come with 60* sectors.

    Plus, they'll likely put in some video surveillance and that will
    need lots of capacity so we're heading off any likely bw issues.

    Marlon
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        Why 3 APs ?

        Gino A. Villarini,

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        [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Marlon K.
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        Hiya Johnny,

        This is a casino.  The security and reliability requirements
        rule out any 802.11 type gear.

        Marlon
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            I would strongly suggest looking at Mikrotik for the
            following reasons.

            #1 - Pricing - very inexpensive to maintain and swap out
            equipment in the event of a failure
            #2 - You can provide them up to 36meg connectivity for the
            same pricing anyone can offer then 10megs
            #3 - Ease of replacements

            You can also provide them Wi-Fi connectivity with a MT
            Based system for laptops in between the properties if they
            desire. The reason I suggest MT is the amount of
            flexibility and options you can tack are are far superior
            to any proprietory solution out there you can get your
            hands on.

            JohnnyO


            On Fri, 2006-02-10 at 09:57 -0800, Marlon K. Schafer (509)
            982-2181 wrote:

Hi All,



I've been asked to provide a network for a complex of buildings.



They like the ease of deployment and flexibility of a Trango based network.



I'll lock them into a 3 year contract that will match the time frame I'll
need for a bank loan for the hardware.



I'll need to put in 3 ap's and 4 cpe units. As well as battery backup units all installation work etc. Additional cpe is possible but not guaranteed in
the future.



My question is, what do I charge for this? I can handle the monthly part but I've never put a service contract on a wlan before. Used to do it in my copier days all the time so I understand the concept. Just need some help
with the numbers.



The site is about 1.5 hours from me, and that far from anyone else that knows anything about anything too. I believe that the contract price should
be tied to cpe deployed.



Too low and any repair work, device failures etc. will kill me. Too high and I'll loose the deal. What's standard in the industry? As I'll be using Trango I'll hopefully be giving them 8 to 9 megs of throughput (all sites are within 1/8th of a mile) from building to building. I'll likely only
contract for 6 megs though.



thanks,

Marlon

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