That's one thing I need to ask him.  I am not sure he needs to drive and connect.  It may be park and connect.  I will find out.

I am doing the same thing for the county Mobile Command Center.  They take it to a disaster, park and connect.  I am still working on that one, but there are not a lot a disasters in our area, so the first one was free.

Scott Reed
Wireless Networking
Network Design, Installation and Administration

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From: "David E. Smith" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: WISPA General List <>
Sent: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 16:32:15 -0500
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Weather Watcher Request

> Scott Reed wrote:
> > I have had a request for service from our local SkyWarn volunteer watcher.   He
> > needs service in his vehicle during potetial storms so he can see the radar
> > while watching the sky.  Does anyone provide similar service?  If so, how do you
> > charge for installation, service, etc.?
> Honestly, for someone who's gonna be THAT mobile, I'd recommend a cell
> phone PCMCIA card. Yes, I work for a WISP, but I know what problems I
> can (and cannot) solve, and at least for my network, that sort of
> roaming is firmly in the "cannot" category.
> Obviously, WISP wifi roaming is possible; there was a thread about it a
> couple weeks ago, where someone did a lot of voodoo with Mikrotik. But
> unless your whole network already happens to support that, or the
> customer is rather patient, just recommending a cell card is probably
> gonna make everyone happier. (The customer gets the service they're
> looking for, and you've saved many man-hours rebuilding your network :)
> David Smith
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