Actually I did find the best solution for water leaks but it took some time.

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On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 5:01 PM, Ryan Spott <rsp...@cspott.com> wrote:
> The best way to describe how to tightnen these covers is to NOT use a
> tool... ever.
>
> Press the cover closed near the stud... press it hard against the back plate
> of the radios squishing the foam.
> Hand tighten the nut as far as you can.
> Let go of cover, let the foam expand a bit.
> Done.
>
> DO NOT over tighten.. if you do, the corners of the cover bow up and let in
> water.
>
> The only water issue I have EVER had with a TRZ radio was when I had a bad
> seal from the factory on a backhaul... that operated for over a year... and
> I only discovered it when I moved it and it sloshed. (it was still working
> great)
>
> ryan
>
> On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 4:12 PM, Steve Barnes <st...@pcswin.com> wrote:
>
>> These guys always whine about Tranzeo's cover and seals.  If you just don't
>> over tighten them and make sure the seal is on right at the top they work
>> great. I have 450 of them out with only 3 water issues in 3 years. All those
>> were installer overzealous with a nut driver or putting to much cable in the
>> boot messing with the seal.
>>
>> However, due to some of the issues that you are discussing here I NEVER USE
>> THEM BRIDGED.  Try setting it to router and login to the radio.  If all is
>> fine there then the cabling is fine.   You can port forward to a inside
>> address if you want with Tranzeo.  Is bridged really important. Remember
>> "Friends don't let friends bridge networks"
>>
>> Steve Barnes
>> RC-WiFi Wireless Internet Service
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On
>> Behalf Of Kosinet Wireless
>> Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2010 3:23 PM
>> To: WISPA General List
>> Subject: [WISPA] Speaking of Tranzeo......
>>
>> We've been primarily an Alvarion WISP in the past, but decided to use
>> higher
>> speed / lower cost gear for our expansion. Went with the Tranzeo 2.4 stuff
>> for a new POP recently. Connected our first Client out there. After we read
>> all of the words and realized that Vertical Polarity was the "other" way,
>> we
>> now have great signal.  :-)
>>
>> The problem is, we're losing Ethernet connectivity on the inside to the
>> Router. About every 10-15 minutes, it drops off, then comes back on its own
>> after about 5 minutes. We've replaced Radios, Cable Ends, Power Supply,
>> Router, Changed IP Addresses - Still drops off.
>>
>> It's a TR-CPQ unit in bridged mode - Any time that the Router is
>> "off-line",
>> I can still access the Radio.
>>
>> Has anyone else experienced anything like this?
>>
>> -Gary-
>>
>>
>>
>>
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