heith | 30 Mar 21:39 2015

[WISPA] super antenna

This picture was from a house that we just switched from a local provider in
a new area we have been working. Its mounted in a garage pointed due east to
an AP 8.9 miles away with a shelter belt 50 yards away to boot. I hope he
has more like this as we have been slowly chipping away at his customer
base, and these kind of installs help a lot

Heith

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Bryce Duchcherer | 26 Mar 22:27 2015
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[WISPA] Netonix Switch

Just got a Netonix WS-12-250B

 

Couple major issues for me:

·         Cant set Management Vlan??

·         No ACL’s??

 

Maybe I am blind, but are they really missing those features?

 

So far I am not as impressed as I was hoping by how much everybody praises these switches, especially for what they cost.

 

Bryce D

NETAGO

 

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Scott Carullo | 26 Mar 07:14 2015

[WISPA] Netonix WISP switches

We just bought some...   anyone have any feedback before I place it in a critical path between a tower full of customers and the Internet that must not live without for even 5 minutes...  because you know...  they are different.  Their Internet has to work.  They lose like thousands of dollars every minute the Internet is out.  You sure should be glad you don't have any of those type customers.....
 
We have been using some DLI web power switches which we plug in an HP switch and a DLI POE injector.  The DLI stuff just goes into a lost-my mind flashing screen mode that renders it dead.  It actually stops working dead.  Happened again today.  I'm over it - moving on.  I am hoping Netonix allows me to replace the web power switch, the HP network switch and the POE injector with one $600 device.  It should be less expensive, save room in the golden tower box and be more reliable.  Anyone have info to wreck my dreams for this device?
 
Scott Carullo
Technical Operations
855-FLSPEED x102

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Robert Andrews | 26 Mar 02:57 2015

[WISPA] Love these... I call them D'ohs....

Hi Robert,

Just wanted to let you know, I just got home, looks like Internet is 
down here.

Thanks,

Mike

Followed immediately by:

Robert,

Sorry about that, Internet is on, didn't realize my wife had moved the 
camper in front of the antenna.

Thanks,

Mike

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tcoffey | 25 Mar 14:32 2015

[WISPA Announcements] WISPA is happy to announce our newest Vendor Member - Bursma Distributing

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Bursma Distributing was started in 1947 as a wholesale distribution company
of leading edge technology.  In those days the leading edge technology was
TV and radio.  Times have changed and so has Bursma.  We have changed by
staying in touch with our WISPA customers and stocking the products you
need. 

Bursma is now distributing the products to WISPA members that allow you to
provide cost effective high speed internet service to your customers.  We
have always handled the towers, tripods, masts, wire, connectors that you
need but a few years ago we started adding the higher technology products as
well.  We started by distributing the True Gain Antenna under their name and
then our own name of WISPware.  Shortly thereafter we brought on the
Ubiquity line of products and the train was rolling.  Our line of products
under WISPware grew to include specialized / custom connecting cables, Solid
Dish and Grid Dish antennas, MikroTik, and whole list of other products
under the original manufacturers name and WISPware. 

Currently Bursma is ramping up to supply the Cambium ePMP products and most
of the other core Cambium product line.  In addition after attending WISPA
in St. Louis we are getting ready to provide Runcom white space products as
well.  

Our four physical locations, Grand Rapids MI, Traverse City MI, Bay City MI,
and Columbus OH are all stocking branches and staffed with real people that
are there to help you.  In addition we are able to ship anywhere in the US
or Canada our stocked products from any of our locations on a daily basis.

It seems every small family owned business like Bursma has a successful
story on how they have survived for 68 years.  Our success story is that we
listen to you.  

Let us know what you need, how many you need, and when you need it, and most
times we will have it for you.  

You asked, we listened.

Find us at   <http://WWW.bursma.com> WWW.bursma.com or 800-777-2604.

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Patrick Leary | 25 Mar 04:28 2015

[WISPA] Breaking news -- higher power

I have some inside baseball news. It appears the FCC will provide for higher power for rural for both the new 3.55 band and 3.65.

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Scott Carullo | 24 Mar 23:55 2015

[WISPA] Anyone have Cambium PMP450 3.65 I can speak to for 5 minutes?

I'm about to pull the trigger on some new equipment and I'd feel a lot better talking to someone who uses it in the wild vs sales guys.
 
I won't take much of your time (or I'll pay you for it if necessary).  Hit me off-list if this is an option, thanks in advance....
 
Scott Carullo
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855-FLSPEED x102

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Gino Villarini | 24 Mar 20:12 2015

[WISPA] Watch me live! meerkatapp

Check it out, app streams to the world, 


Should be cool for tower work 



Gino A. Villarini
President
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Troy Slagle | 24 Mar 15:22 2015
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[WISPA] Annual Accessibility Certification

I was just told that as an email provider we were required to follow these guide line and do the necessary reporting through the FCC.  Has anybody else been reporting this info or are we even required to do this reporting?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Troy A. Slagle

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Dan Harling | 24 Mar 12:58 2015

[WISPA] AR928X in MiniPCI form factor?

Does anyone know of a MiniPCI (not MiniPCI-e) adapter based on the
AR928X chipset?

Daniel Harling  <><
Engineering, Cape Ann Communications
183 Main Street, Gloucester, MA  01930
harling <at> capeanncomm.com
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Scott Piehn | 19 Mar 14:21 2015

[WISPA] KP Antennas with Rocket AC

Does anyone have input on using KP antennas with the new ubnt Rocket ACs.
 
I see the ubnt antennas are 65 degrees.  We currently use 120 degree from KP.

Higher Gain – yes
Less noise at AP – looking for input, assume is based on noise
 
 


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