Gino Villarini | 19 Dec 17:53 2014

[WISPA] Doom & Gloom? Cable & Carriers Target 5GHz Spectrum




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Chris Fabien | 18 Dec 19:59 2014

[WISPA] Fake Survey Ad/Scam from Zedo.com

We are getting reports from our users that "we took your online survey".... 

Finally happened to catch it on my personal computer, it is a fake survey that offers $120 gift for taking a survey from LakeNet LLC, asks a series of questions about our service and then lets the user select their choice of some junk cosmetics or a free credit report.

I'm not even sure what the point of this is, but I tracked it back to Zedo.com which is an advertising agency. I've tried calling them, only able to get to a voicemail box which tells me to email their support address, which I've done.... 

Is this type of thing even legal for them to do? It's totally misrepresenting their ad as being from my company. 

I'm attaching a screenshot. 

Any suggestions?

Chris Fabien
LakeNet LLC

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Ian Framson | 18 Dec 01:56 2014

[WISPA] Looking to Hire a Network Engineer in Los Angeles/San Francisco

Dear WISPs,

We are looking to hire a full-time network engineer based in Los Angeles or San Francisco to do wired & WiFi deployments at our client events. If any of you can make a referral to a talented person based in either location, or someone who would like to move, we would be very appreciative. The job involves 90+ days per year of on-site event work both in CA and nationwide -- so the ideal candidate must love to travel and thrive in changing environments.

Email me off list for the full job description.

Thanks in advance & happy holidays to everyone,


Ian Framson
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Gino Villarini | 18 Dec 01:54 2014

[WISPA] Great white paper on LTE and Unlicensed 5ghz LAA (Licensed Assisted Access)

By Nokia

http://networks.nokia.com/ru/file/34596/lte-for-unlicensed-spectrum?download


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Gino Villarini | 17 Dec 23:53 2014

[WISPA] AeroNetPR wants to share this story

<at> LTEwatch: "Confirmed: T-Mobile to launch unlicensed LTE at 5 GHz, possibly next year" http://t.co/GyPo5iFt1y

Original Message

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Gino Villarini | 17 Dec 21:14 2014

[WISPA] 4 voip port router

Looking for a good router with 4 topi ports , mainly for offices 



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Gino Villarini | 17 Dec 19:45 2014

[WISPA] AF24 HD Annouced

Just got a email from UBNT

AF24HD announced, similar to AF24, bigger Rx dish (40db) 256 qam 1 Gbps Fdx


No pricing or availability info, Ben?



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Dennis Burgess | 17 Dec 16:25 2014
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[WISPA] ISP Radio Wednesday -- Bridged vs Routed

Co-Host Dennis Burgess will be discussing bridging vs routing with host Steven Grabiel.   Join us live and ask questions about “Bridging vs Routing”

 

Wednesday 11am CST

 

Don’t forgot you can download the previous episodes to put on your media player and listen while in your car free of charge by going to www.ispradio.com   Remember to sign into the live chat to ask questions!    You can find our Podcast on I-Tunes !

 

n  UPCOMMING SHOWS!

n  December 24th – No Show –Happy Holidays

n  January 14th – Nathan Stooke from WISPERISP will be talking about “Over the Top TV”

n  January 21st – Anand Buch CEO of Netsapiens

n  January 28th – Patrick Leary with Telrad

 

 

 

Dennis Burgess, Co-Host of ISP Radio!

http://www.ispradio.com

 

 

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Josh Reynolds | 17 Dec 01:35 2014

[WISPA] Netonix SNMP / Observium

Hey guys,

Looks like I was able to get Adam <at> Observium's attention in relation to the Netonix switches. Netonix has a little more work to go (mainly their date fixed and their own Enterprise number), but then they should be good to go as far as the major counters go (I think).

I also have been working with Ubiquiti to get their product-wide MIB working better, and have mentioned to Adam (and he's heard this from Robbie Wright and Chris Ruschman and others as well) that people are really wanting support for Ubiquiti devices and other vendors.

Hopefully in the next few months we get some more traction on this issue. If we do, it should help other monitoring platforms as well.

-- josh reynolds :: chief information officer spitwspots :: www.spitwspots.com
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Larry A. Weidig | 16 Dec 20:30 2014
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[WISPA] Tower mounting

Most of the time we have been using 120 sectors, but we are planning some new deployments with 90 degree sectors instead.  Since most of the towers we are on had three "legs" it made 120 degree mounting pretty simple - one antenna per leg.  What sort of mounting are people using for 4 sectors on these same towers.  I am thinking something like the WiMAX tower mounts at Site1Pro might be the right solution:

http://www.sitepro1.com/store/cart.php?m=product_list&c=633

But as I know, this list is full of knowledge and somebody likely has a great answer waiting for us.  Thanks!


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daniel.mullen | 16 Dec 17:54 2014
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[WISPA] Mimosa versus AirFiber versus Cambium PTP650

Hi -

I am looking to hear from anyone who has tested the 5 GHz Point to Point products from Mimosa, Ubiquiti, and
Cambium and see what are the clear advantages of these versus one another.

Thanks!

Daniel Mullen

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