Then you must not be aware that Lonnie is now also selling the complete package. The newest product is Star V3, Atheros cm9 and a gateworks customized board to Lonnies specs.

It's called the WAR board, or Wireless Advanced Router. They come in 2 flavors, a 4 port 533MHz proc or a 2 port 266MHz proc, both with 2 ethernets. Can do 5, 10, 20,,40MHz channel widths.

I have better than 200 maybe 250 by now WAR boards in place with Pac Wireless Rootennas both 5 gig and 2 gig.

Recently I built a new pop using a water tank. My transfer rate from the tank to my house gave me just under 30megs ftp across that link using a pair of 266's.

Most of the links I put in are 5 gig and I use the 2nd port for a 2 gig wifi ap for the immediate area.

I can honestly say that I can not remember having to reboot any of my war boards and 20 megs is not uncommon across my wireless man.


Patrick Leary wrote:
Lonnie, you are just doing what I wish I were smart enough to do --
write code people are willing to pay for. Software is always better than
hardware: you avoid FCC hassles, you have no hard shipping or packaging
costs, you need no production facilities, you don't have to negotiate
purchase of and stock components, you can live anywhere, it can be
instantly deployed, etc., etc.

I've nothing but respect for what you've done.
For all the same reasons, I'd think you were insane if you went into
hardware in this business.

Patrick Leary
AVP WISP Markets
Alvarion, Inc.
o: 650.314.2628
c: 760.580.0080
Vonage: 650.641.1243

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Subject: Re: [WISPA] StarOS or Microtik with TRCPQ clients...

Seemed kind close to my home is all.

All the Best in 2007.


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