I've purchased about 70 of the CPQ's, and I haven't
seen the kind of trouble you're having. Had to send 1 back because
something was rattling inside of it. Tranzeo had one to me in two days
(from Canada), cross-shipped, which I didn't have to ask for.
I am not using the routing features, just the
For an inexpensive CPE that can reliably go 20
miles, people are really happy that they are so small. I routinely get the
question "That's it? That's all it is?" ...referring to the small size of them
(even the 19db antennas).
I wish they had a telnet or ssh management
interface. That's a minus about them.
My customer base is rural/residential/small
business, so you can evaluate my comments accordingly.
350 Holly Street
Junction City, OR
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 12:16
Subject: [WISPA] Tranzeo CPE
Trying to evaluate all of my options here, and
thought I would see what other CPE are out there that are comparable to
Tranzeo CPQ units (802.11b, built-in router, etc). Want to stay within
that price range, but DON'T want to build a unit myself. Not that I'm
not happy with the CPQ's, but I've had a run of bad ones (to the tune of 1 in
almost every 10 pack I get in here) and just not sure what's going
on. I just got word of a price increase on the CPE units also (not the
I'd also like to get something a little smaller
in physical size than the Tranzeo's. Not that they are bad, but would be
nice if they weren't quite such an eyesore. Again, that's not a huge
Anyway, just thought I'd throw this out.
I've considered Canopy, but of course, that's an entire network change.
Just not sure if I want to do that, and not sure if it would be
as financially economical as Tranzeo in the long run.
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