Leon D. Zetekoff | 22 Jul 13:44 2014
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[WISPA] Watchguard XTM5s NIB available

Hi there! Sorry for any cross-posting, but trying to get this out to the widest audience. Any questions, feel free to post me privately at wa4zlw <at> arrl.net.

We have a lot of 13 new in boxes as follows all with the three year live security bundle. These were purchased and never used and have been sitting on a shelf and we can offer them at a good price.

XTM510 - 8 - $3195 each OBO
XTM520 - 1 - $6795 each OBO
XTM530 - 4 - $8195 each OBO

The hardware is all the same, the software keys change the box configuration. These all come with the 3 year live security bundle. I have a lot of 7 and rich has a lot of 6. We would like to get rid of them easily so I am offering these to you and some other folks before I list them on eBay. Pricing wise, we are going to price them you pay for two years and get three years. We have letter of authorization to dispose of these as we see fit.

I also, for a separate discussion, have used E Series (X550e, X750e, X1250e) as well as used XTMs (510/520/530) which we will dispose of after this first lot. The E series have 250 mb ram with a 1200mhz celeron I believe in them and you can slap RouterOS on it like the old X series. The XTMs, some have existing live feature keys and some not, but those are still fully supported boxes like the new in box ones.

Info is below.

Time is of the essence as these have to move and please let me know ASAP as my listings are ready I just have to get approval to list more than $5000. These boxes are end of sale BUT they are totally current and upgradable as well as extendible licensing. The 510s and 520s can be upgraded to a 530 with a new license key and buy upgrading to the PRO license you get dynamic routing, etc:


Powered by Fireware® XTM and XTM Pro***

As network requirements become more complex, it's easy to upgrade to the Pro version of the OS with a simple software license key.

Networking Features Fireware XTM Fireware XTM Pro
Routing Static, dynamic routing (RIP) Dynamic (BGP4, OSPF, RIP v1/2), Policy-base
High Availability - Active/passive, active/active with load balancin
NAT Static, dynamic, 1:1, IPSec traversal, policy-based Virtual IP for server load balancing
SSL 1 SSL tunnel available Maximum number of SSL tunnels available
Other Features Port Independence, transparent/drop-in mode, multi-WAN failover Server load balancing, multi-WAN load balancing
 

Finish your draft listing

Category: Computers/Tablets & Networking > Enterprise Networking, Servers > Firewall & VPN Devices
*Edited Jul-04.
Category: Computers/Tablets & Networking > Enterprise Networking, Servers > Firewall & VPN Devices
*Edited Jul-04.
Category: Computers/Tablets & Networking > Enterprise Networking, Servers > Firewall & VPN Devices
*Edited Jul-04.

Specifications:


WatchGuard Model XTM 505 XTM 510 XTM 520 XTM 530
Throughput & Connections
Firewall Throughput* 1.5 Gbps 1.8 Gbps 2.2 Gbps 2.6 Gbps
VPN Throughput* 210 Mbps 350 Mbps 550 Mbps 750 Mbps
AV Throughput* 520 Mbps 625 Mbps 760 Mbps 900 Mbps
IPS Throughput* 500 Mbps 600 Mbps 735 Mbps 870 Mbps
XTM Throughput* 330 Mbps 395 Mbps 480 Mbps 570 Mbps
Interfaces 10/100 1 copper 1 copper 1 copper 1 copper
Interfaces 10/100/1000 6 copper 6 copper 6 copper 6 copper
I/O Interfaces 1 Serial / 2 USB 1 Serial / 2 USB 1 Serial / 2 USB 1 Serial / 2 USB
Nodes Supported (LAN IPs) Unrestricted Unrestricted Unrestricted Unrestricted
Concurrent Connections 40,000 50,000 100,000 350,000
New connections per second 12,000 12,000 12,000 12,000
VLANs bridging, tagging, routed mode 75 75 75 75
WSM licenses (incl) 4 4 4 4
Local user database 500 500 1,000 2,500
VPN Tunnels (included / Maximum)
Branch Office VPN 65 75 200 600
Mobile VPN IPSec 5 / 75 25 / 100 50 / 300 400 / 1,000
Mobile VPN SSL 1 / 65** 1 / 75** 1 / 300** 1 / 600**
PPTP 50 50 50 50
Security Features
Firewall Stateful packet inspection, deep packet inspection, proxy firewall
Application Proxies HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, FTP, DNS, TCP, POP3
Threat Protection Blocks spyware, DoS attacks, fragmented packets, malformed packets, blended threats, and more
VoIP H.323. SIP, call setup and session security
Security Subscriptions Application Control, WebBlocker, spamBlocker, Gateway AntiVirus, Intrusion Prevention Service, Reputation Enabled Defense
VPN & Authentication
Encryption DES, 3DES, AES 128-, 192-, 256-bit
IPSec SHA-1, IKE pre-shared key, 3rd party cert
VPN Failover Yes
SSL Thin client, Web exchange
PPTP Server and Passthrough
Single Sign-on Transparent Active Directory Authentication
XAUTH Radius, LDAP, Windows Active Directory
Other user authentication VASCO, RSA SecurID, web-based, local
Management
Management Platform WatchGuard System Manager (WSM)
Alarms and Notifications SNMP v2/v3, Email, Management System Alert
Server Support Logging and Reporting with Server Health status, Quarantine, WebBlocker, Management
Web UI Supports Windows, Mac, Linux, and Solaris OS
Command Line Interface Includes direct connect and scripting
Standard Networking
QoS 8 priority queues, DiffServ, modified strict queuing
IP Address Assignment Static, DynDNS, PPPoE, DHCP (server, client, relay)
Certifications
Security ICSA, FIPS 140-2 and EAL4+ in progress
Safety NRTL/C, CB
Network IPv6 Ready Gold (routing)
Hazardous Substance Control WEEE, RoHS, REACH
Dimensions and Power
Product Dimensions 11.25" x 17" x 1.75" (28.6 x 43.2 x 4.5 cm)
Shipping Dimensions 18" x 21" x 5.25" (45.7 x 53.3 x 13.3 cm)
Shipping Weight 16.1 lbs (7.3 Kg)
AC Power 100-240 VAC Autosensing
Power Consumption U.S. 50 Watts (max), 171 BTU (max)
Rack Mountable 1U rack mount kit included
Environment
  Operating Storage
Temperature 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C) -40° F to 158° F (-40° C to 70° C)
Relative Humidty 10% to 85% non-condensing 10% to 95% non-condensing
Altitude 0 to 9,843 ft at 95° F (3,000 m at 35° C) 0 to 15,000 ft at 95° F (4,570 m at 35° C)
MTBF 51,644 hours <at> 77° F (25° C) 51,644 hours <at> 77° F (25° C)

I've attached current product sheet for the XTM5s....there are also free license keys available from WG for their management platform. These boxes would probably be good out at WiSPor sites but thats another story. They could be used for customers either in the colos or in the metros as managed services.

Looking forward to hearing from you.,


Thanks leon (and Rich




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Jack Lehmann | 17 Jul 20:05 2014
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Re: [WISPA] Wireless Digest, Vol 30, Issue 74

So assuming that this is what we call true cellular offload, do companies
like T-Mobile already have contracts in place with service/network
operators?

I guess it 3G/4G conversation material - kinda a step pre-small cell.

Jack

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We use T-Mobile and enable wifi calling at no cell reception installs so 
our tech can communicate back to the office. It allows our tech's to 
fine tune the CPE.

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On 7/6/2014 11:45 PM, Coenraad Loubser wrote:
> Has anyone looked at exactly how T-Mobile's "Wi-Fi Calling" works? 
> http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-1680
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> I'm interested in what protocols they use, if there are any special 
> provisions possible on the Wi-Fi network side, how reliable it is, and 
> how seamlessly it works on your networks?
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> Reason being, IOS 8 is adding similar functionality. Isn't this bound 
> to rock the "voice boat" somewhat, and start re-slicing the pie?
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Jim Patient | 15 Jul 17:14 2014
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[WISPA] freaquncy coordination feature in towercoverage

I’m getting a lot of calls from folks saying there are no frequency coordination usage patterns showing up when clicking the frequency usage button on their multi maps.  There is a new field just below the frequency field called Exact Center Frequency in your coverage’s.  You must enter the center frequency in this field and update your maps.  It will then show frequency overlaps in different colors when you click the frequency usage button on your multi map. 

 

Thx,

 

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Gino Villarini | 15 Jul 02:32 2014

[WISPA] Anyone serving Franklin KY?


Need 5 Mbps Dedicated 


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Rick Harnish | 14 Jul 17:27 2014

[WISPA Announcements] Midwest Roundup Agenda Set

The agenda for the Midwest Roundup in Chicago has been pretty well set.  It opens on Tuesday evening with a cookout and tour at WAV Wireless from 6 – 9 pm.  The address is 2380 Prospect Dr, Ste A, Aurora, IL 60502.  Wednesday morning the WISP Roundup will convene at 8:00 am at Cambium Networks US Headquarters at 3800 Golf Rd Ste 360, Rolling Meadows, IL.  Please use the Southwest entry.  You do need to register so security will have your name on the approved entry list.  Minor adjustments may still be made to the agenda.  There is a limit of 65 attendees due to space limitations.  We are currently at 48 attendees registered so don’t delay.

 

  • Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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6:00 PM  -  9:00 PM

WAV Wireless Cookout

Come to WAV Wireless Outfitters for a tour of their warehouse facility, enjoy networking time with other Wisps and a cookout.

2380 Prospect Dr. Ste A

Aurora, IL 60502=7815



  • Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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8:00 AM  -  8:30 AM

Registration and Networking

8:30 AM  -  9:00 AM

Keynote Speaker - Phil Halstead - Executive Director of the Partnership for a Connected Illinois

9:00 AM  -  9:30 AM

How is WISPA Helping You?

Speaker:  Rick Harnish - Executive Director

Have you never heard of WISPA? Did you know there are over 800 members from the WISP Industry that have developed a grassroots community that advocates to the FCC and Congress for better rules and laws to protect our interests. Some great things are happening with additional spectrum right now. You will hear a full review of current and future programs.

9:30 AM  -  10:30 AM

FCC Report - Steve Coran

10:30 AM  -  11:00 AM

Exhibitor Introductions

Each Exhibitor will have 3-5 minutes to introduce their product line to the WISP Attendees

11:00 AM  -  12:00 PM

Visit Exhibitor Tables

Visit the exhibitors to learn more about their products.

11:30 AM  -  12:30 PM

Lunch

It is time to eat!

12:30 PM  -  1:00 PM

Hosting Q&A, Topics Submitted, Marketing, Customer Service and Misc.

Evan Galvin is a WISP operator in Frankfort, IL since 2005, skilled in customer service and marketing.

1:00 PM  -  2:00 PM

Interest in Midwest WISP Collaborative Efforts

Co-Op Endeavors, Peering, Disaster Recovery, Open Discussion.

Garth Nicholas is the operator of a Wisp in Bloomington/Peoria and surrounding rural areas since 1999. His Wispa involvement includes working with a group on the Wispa Coop project and serving as an initial board member of WeCat, Wispa's Disaster response sibling.

2:00 PM  -  2:30 PM

Partnership for a Connected Illinois Mapping Efforts and more

Brian Webster will speak about mapping efforts in Illinois and other states.

2:30 PM  -  3:00 PM

Big Picture In DC

Rebecca Rini is a lawyer lobbyist from Washington, D.C. who represents WISPS and other telecom media and tech companies in communications-related transactions and before the FCC.

 

3:00 PM  -  3:30 PM

Visit Exhibitor Tables Again

3:30 PM  -  4:15 PM

WISP Law

Douglas A. Hass an Associate at Franczek Radelet, and would like to talk about WISP law, particularly in Illinois.

4:15 PM  -  5:00 PM

WISP Value Proposition

Shane Hampton from Business Only Broadband is a 20+-year veteran of the Telecommunications industry and is an accomplished operator, skilled at both top line and bottom line results.

 

4:30 PM  -  5:30 PM

Cambium New Product Presentation and Happy Hour

Join our hosts for a brief "NEW" product presentation and a "Happy Hour" reception

 

 

Join us at WISPAPALOOZA 2014 in Las Vegas, Oct. 11th – 18th

 

Respectfully,

 

Rick Harnish

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Rick Harnish | 12 Jul 05:08 2014

[WISPA Announcements] WISPA & WECAT Elections Begin Monday

On Monday, July 14th at 12:05 AM PST, two ballot emails will be sent out to all of the Principal Contacts for each Member Company of WISPA.  One ballot will be for the WISPA Election and one ballot for the WECAT Election.  If you receive a ballot but feel you are not the most qualified person in your company to vote in the election, please forward it to the person who should vote.  Please copy rharnish <at> wispa.org so I am aware of the substitution.  If you do not receive a ballot but feel you should have, please check with other people in your office first.  If your spam filter has blocked or deleted your email ballot and you are not able to recover it, please contact your election administrator so that they can either resend you your email ballot (after you have adjusted your spam filter settings to allow electionbuddy emails) or send you a voting key.  Please try to adjust your spam filtering settings before Monday morning.  The ballots will come from electionbuddy Elections <elections <at> electionbuddy.com>.

 

For the WISPA Election, there are 12 candidates vying for 4 positions.  You can view their applications at http://wispa.org/2014-wispa-wecat-board-of-directors-election.

The 4 candidates receiving the most votes will fill the vacancies for a 2 year term beginning on or about August 1st. 

 

Election Name:

WISPA Board Election 2014

Organization:

WISPA

Starting:

July 14, 2014 12:05 AM 
Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Ending:

July 28, 2014 12:00 AM 
Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Election Type:

Plurality Voting (First Past the Post)

Results:

Viewable only after election finishes

Voting URL:

https://electionbuddy.com/vote

SSL Security:

Secure

 

 

For the WECAT Election, there are 6 candidates vying for 7 positions.  You can view their applications at http://wispa.org/2014-wispa-wecat-board-of-directors-election. These candidates should be ranked from 1 – 7 on your ballot.  The rankings will determine which candidates will be assigned 3 year terms, 2 year terms and 1 year terms.  The candidates with the highest aggregate rankings will be assigned the longest terms. 

 

There will be a spot to enter a Write In Candidate.  If you decide you want to nominate someone or yourself, please write the nominee in the comment field at the bottom of the ballot.  The write in candidates will be placed on a list and one candidate will be selected by the Executive Director of WISPA to fill the 7th position on the WECAT Board for a term of 1 year.  This process is according to the WECAT Bylaws.

 

 

Election Name:

WECAT Board Election 2014

Organization:

WISPA Emergency Communication Action Team

Starting:

July 14, 2014 12:05 AM 
Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Ending:

July 28, 2014 12:00 AM 
Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Election Type:

Preferential Voting

Results:

Viewable only after election finishes

Voting URL:

https://electionbuddy.com/vote

SSL Security:

Secure

 

 

Thank you and please take the time to vote for both elections.

 

Join us at WISPAPALOOZA 2014 in Las Vegas, Oct. 11th – 18th

Join WISPA

 

Respectfully,

 

Rick Harnish

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Stuart Pierce | 11 Jul 18:46 2014
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[WISPA] Canopy, Trango, Monopole for sale

http://www.ebay.com/itm/321454305083?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649

http://www.ebay.com/itm/321455265706?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649

http://www.ebay.com/itm/321455224507?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649 

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Grant Stufft | 10 Jul 20:05 2014
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[WISPA] Switching out an omni

Greetings


Have another brand of access point (2GHz/BGN) that we want to replace with 3 Mikrotik RB433 in separate Itelite sector antennas (radios mounted inside of the antenna enclosure).  They will have R52Hn radio cards in them.  What is the preferred way to set those up?  If possible, we would like to keep the same ESSID as the old AP and have them the same so that the mixed clients will automatically connect without a truck roll.  Is this possible?  WDS the recommended way?  Better way to do it? Each area serviced by an access point is a separate /24 routed RFC 1918 network.

Thanks

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Martha Huizenga | 9 Jul 21:51 2014
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[WISPA] Equipment for sale

Hi all,

We still have some equipment for sale. Here is the pricing list. All of these are used in working condition and have power or are fully intact unless listed. One item is new as listed below.

Please email me off list (martha <at> dcaccess.net - no calls please) and take out any mention of WISPA in the subject, so the email goes to my inbox instead of my WISPA folder that way I'm guaranteed to see it more quickly.

Frequency Antenna quantity cost per
900 Mhz UBNT Rocket M900 5 $129
900 Mhz UBNT NanoStation Loco 900 12 $99
900 Mhz UBNT M900 13dbi Sector - model AM-9M13 4 $199
2.4Ghz UBNT Rocket M2 6
2.4Ghz UBNT 2GHz Titanium Sector - model AM-V2G-T1 2 $149
2.4Ghz UBNT 2Ghz 16dBi 90-deg Sector - model AM-2G16 3 $99
2.4Ghz UBNT 2Ghz 15dBi 120-deg Sector - model AM-2G15 2 $99
2.4Ghz UBNT Nanostation M2 52 $49
2.4Ghz UBNT Nanostation M2-Loco 3 $39
2.4Ghz UBNT AirGrid 2.4 16 2 $39
2.4Ghz UBNT Powerstation2 62 $49
2.4Ghz UBNT Nanobridge M2 - feedhorns only, does not include dish; does not include power 14 $39
2.4Ghz Hyperlink 2Ghz 17dbi 120-deg Sector - model HG2417P-120 4 $50
2.4Ghz Hyperlink 2Ghz 14dbi 120-deg Sector - model HG2414SP-120 - *new* 1 $50
2.4Ghz PacWireless - 95-deg H-pol 16dbi - model SAH24-16-ANT 4 $50
2.4Ghz PacWireless - 95-deg H-pol 12dbi - model SAH24-12 1 $50
2.4Ghz PacWireless - 120-deg 16dbi - model SA24-120-16-WB 4 $50
2.4Ghz PacWireless - 90-deg 17dbi - model SA24-90-17 4 $50

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Ian Framson | 9 Jul 01:23 2014

[WISPA] Looking for Referral to Tulsa, OK and Norwich, CT WISPs

Hi Wisps,

I struck out with the WISPA directory and other online sources.

I am looking for a referral to WISPs in Tulsa, OK and Norwich, CT.

Thanks in advance for your help,


Ian Framson
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Marco Coelho | 8 Jul 20:16 2014
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[WISPA] old cambium pmp100 sw 7.1.4 and manager needed

Does anyone still have a copy of the 7.1.4 release for ptp100 series?
Do you have the manager for the PK version as well?

Thanks in advance


Gmane