Dennis Burgess | 1 Oct 16:26 2014
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[WISPA] ISP Radio Today -- 11AM CST - 9AM PST -- 802.11ac, Links, Installations

Today we will be talking about 802.11ac, wireless links, grounding, and lighting protection. 

 

11am CST, 9am PST !

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! 

 

n  UPCOMMING SHOWS!

n  On Oct 8th, Jeff Kohler from Jab Wireless talking about Acquisitions.

n  Oct 15th, 2pm CST – Live broadcast from WISPAPLOOZA

n  Oct 22nd – Citel – Surge and Grounding

n  Oct 29th – 29/38 GHz Licensed Options with Straight Path

 

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Dennis Burgess | 1 Oct 16:27 2014
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[WISPA] ISP Radio Today -- 11AM CST - 9AM PST -- 802.11ac, Links, Installations

Today we will be talking about 802.11ac, wireless links, grounding, and lighting protection. 

 

11am CST, 9am PST !

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! 

 

n  UPCOMMING SHOWS!

n  On Oct 8th, Jeff Kohler from Jab Wireless talking about Acquisitions.

n  Oct 15th, 2pm CST – Live broadcast from WISPAPLOOZA

n  Oct 22nd – Citel – Surge and Grounding

n  Oct 29th – 29/38 GHz Licensed Options with Straight Path

 

Dennis Burgess, Co-Host of ISP Radio!

 

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Tim Reichhart | 1 Oct 03:29 2014
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[WISPA] sale of new equipment

I am selling my new equipment that I didnt need here is an list:

NBEM5400 x 4 selling them for 80 each
R5ACLITE x 2 selling both for 120 each
AM2G15 x 4 selling them for 125 each
NSM2 x 4 selling them for 70 each
ROCKETM2 x 4 selling them for 70 each
RB750 x 5 selling them for 35 each
LOCOM2 x 5 selling them for 40 each

Free shipping.

Thanks

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rwallace | 30 Sep 22:55 2014

[WISPA] Sale of small Michigan Wireless Internet system

To All,

 

Sale of small Michigan Wireless Internet system, ~225 subs, Mikrotik Routers & Switches, Canopy 2.4 & 900, Ubiquiti 2.4 & 5 Ghz, 11GHz Trango Backhual.  All offers considered.

 

Please Contact below:

 

Ronald E. Wallace
Hahnron, Inc.
220 South Jackson St.
Addison, MI 49220
Ph. (517)547-8410
Cel (517)759-0362
Toll-Free (877) 844-3788
rwallace <at> tigernet.bz

 

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Rick Harnish | 29 Sep 17:23 2014

[WISPA Announcements] Interisle Consulting Group Joins WISPA as a Vendor Member

Interisle Consulting Group LLC is a partnership of senior network professionals, working with a worldwide network of associates.  We work with clients in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors on a range of topics for which the answers are not always obvious.

We have extensive experience in architecting, designing, building and managing resilient systems, networks, and organizations. We have worked with many small competitive service providers, including ISPs and CLECs. We helped with the design and rollout of the network infrastructure for the securities industry in New York, but are equally at home helping small service providers deal with technical or regulatory matters, helping a county update its own IT infrastructure, or helping a vendor identify market opportunities.

We take a vendor-neutral approach to network architecture and implementation, looking at the broader picture from the physical media to the applications. Our largest current networking project is supporting local governments in the Boston area manage a mixed fiber and wireless network for public safety applications.  This involves many ISP-like activities but operates on a private, secure basis.

Interisle is active in domestic and international Internet governance and communications policy matters.  We were involved in technical aspects of the ICANN review for new top-level domain applications, provided technical and organizational analyses for ICANN and other large players on a variety of topics, and have helped create position papers, for both worldwide governance events and FCC dockets, supporting an inclusive Internet.  We have worked with regulators on telecom policy matters and helped our clients adjudicate regulatory and legal disputes, providing expert witness services and topical consulting.  We also provide expert services on patent matters, building upon our long experience with network and systems technologies.

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 Fred R. Goldstein      k1io    fred "at" interisle.net

Interisle Consulting Group

 +1 617 795 2701

 

 

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

 

Respectfully,

 

Rick Harnish

Executive Director

WISPA

260-622-5699 Cell

866-317-2851 Ext. 101 WISPA Office

260-622-5774 Direct Line

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Josh Luthman | 29 Sep 03:13 2014

[WISPA] PSA Powercode users - careful on the upgrade

Just found out this evening that we can't do manual payments.  I'm not sure if automatic will work in the morning.  I'm currently on 10.03.09 (their released version).  After you click OK for the payment amount it redirects to a blank page.  No event logs for the account on this.

I upgraded last Tuesday.  Automatic charges from 9/24 are in our checking account marked 9/26 so I believe that is working.  On 9/26 I personally did a manual card charge successfully.

Josh Luthman
Office: 937-552-2340
Direct: 937-552-2343
1100 Wayne St
Suite 1337
Troy, OH 45373
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Stephen Potter | 26 Sep 19:51 2014
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Re: [WISPA] Wifi Outdoor Cams


On Fri, Sep 26, 2014 at 10:20 AM, Joe Miller <joe.miller <at> dslbyair.com> wrote:

Call these people, I just got off the phone with them myself, http://www.netzeye.com/catalog/onvif-cameras-c-61.html I bought a couple of the IP cameras to test out. Also, a better price point an UBNT.

 

From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On Behalf Of Ryan McKenzie
Sent: Friday, September 26, 2014 9:26 AM


To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Wifi Outdoor Cams

 

Chris,

Wow that is good info.  I had no idea they had removed the RTSP.  And I was just about to spec UBNT cams in a project using RTSP. 

Have you found a good alternative? 

Someone else in this thread mentioned Arecont cams.  Are they cheap and provide RTSP? 

Thanks,
Ryan McKenzie
385-215-WIFI

On 9/25/14, 10:34 PM, Chris Ruschmann wrote:

The newer UVC cams apparently don't have it at all. And the aircam beta is currently set to remove it for good. So your good if you never update. But what do you do if you need another or RMA? SOL I guess...

I started a thread in the beta forums and called on UBNT to answer for there crime and got crickets.

sent from my phone!

On Sep 25, 2014 8:18 PM, "Blair Davis" <theory <at> wmwisp.net> wrote:

Do you know what firmware version lost RSTP?

Can the newer cams be rolled back to the old firmware or do I need to return them to my supplier?

If I can't do RSTP directly from the cam, they are mostly useless to me.

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On 9/25/2014 5:57 PM, Chris Ruschmann wrote:

Be careful with UBNT cameras now. They are/have disabled RSTP completly. So what you have to do now is backhaul your feed to a Unifi Video server then get your RTSP stream from there. It changed the game in how we are going to be doing cameras now as we were taking RTSP streams selectively and directly from the camera when we wanted the info so we didn’t have to waste 5Mbps per stream at all times to our head ends. Plus they will only work with Unifi Video which is lame as well.

 

 

 

From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On Behalf Of LTI - Dennis Burgess
Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2014 1:37 PM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Wifi Outdoor Cams

 

We use UBNT cameras and MT backhauls, SXTs are cheap: )  

 

On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 3:54 PM, TJ Trout <tj <at> pcguys.us> wrote:

I use geovision IP cameras, they work great but no wifi options.

 

On Thu, Sep 25, 2014 at 10:20 AM, Gino Villarini <gav <at> aeronetpr.com> wrote:

Got a project that requires 10-12 outdoor cams, prefer wifi units so we can backhaul them in 5 ghz

 

Any ideas? 

 

 

 

Gino A. Villarini

President

Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.

<at> aeronetpr

 

 

 

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Gino Villarini | 25 Sep 20:31 2014

[WISPA] Bucket Truck or Van for Fiber?

We are building our fiber crew, most will be aerial.  Van or Truck? 



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Gino Villarini | 25 Sep 19:20 2014

[WISPA] Wifi Outdoor Cams

Got a project that requires 10-12 outdoor cams, prefer wifi units so we can backhaul them in 5 ghz

Any ideas? 



Gino A. Villarini
President
Aeronet Wireless Broadband Corp.
www.aeronetpr.com   
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Jim Patient | 23 Sep 23:03 2014
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[WISPA] Number of Census Blocks Covered?

Our actual RF coverage area is 702 square miles.  This is 5503 census blocks that we have service available in and not just blocks we have subscribers in.  That comes to about 7.83 blocks per square mile on average. 

 

Just curious if y'all are seeing this many blocks per square mile in other areas? 

Be sure you're not under submitting on the 477 fixed broadband deployment section.  This is for areas you can provide service in and not only blocks you have subscribers in.  We don't want to under represent our ability to provide service in these areas.

 

Jim Patient

Office: 314-735-0270

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Dennis Burgess | 23 Sep 15:37 2014
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[WISPA] [SPAM]ISP Radio Tommorrow -- 11AM CST - 9AM PST -- Solar Systems with Tycon

This week Brian Hall with Tycon systems talks about solar systems.  We will even do some basic system designs and best practices.    Be sure to sign in to the chat window to ask questions!

 

11am CST, 9am PST !

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! 

 

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