Chris Fabien | 18 Apr 01:06 2015

[WISPA] RB2011 WiFi Problem

I have a customer with a RB2011 reporting poor performance. I see some stuff that looks pretty wierd. It's a big house on a 5acre lot and just a couple of other SSIDs visible on scan, so it should be pretty clean 2.4Ghz, I did change channel to a cleaner one, not much improvement. see attached log and registration list. 

Any ideas? I recall reading someone report they saw wifi failures on these routers, thats what I am thinking right now? 
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Dan Harling | 16 Apr 06:52 2015

[WISPA] Help: Infiniband cable

If you are familiar with Infiniband cable construction--specifically,
standard pinout(s) for the SFF8470 connector--and have the time to
answer a couple questions, please contact me offline.  Thanks!

Daniel Harling  <><
Engineering, Cape Ann Communications
183 Main Street, Gloucester, MA  01930
harling <at> capeanncomm.com
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Scott Carullo | 16 Apr 03:00 2015

[WISPA] SAF Lumina weird issue anyone ever seen this?

6Ghz Lumina link, about 18 miles.  About 72 degrees on the compass from the southwest side heading up to the northeast end.  The west side is about 1800ft (yes 1800) up and the east side is about 50ft up.  Thought maybe interference but the high side is looking towards the atlantic ocean at about 16 miles to the east so its not seeing anything past the other end of that link.  The side looking west is only 50ft so its not seeing anything else either.  Thought slight chance there was interference even though its licensed and should not be the case.  Was issued another freq set to use and since changing it same thing happens.
 
Modulation just waffles all over on the low side and TX power goes up about 8db (due to ATPC etc) things get bad for about 15 min to half hour occasionally longer.  Not like anything I've ever seen before.  Its weird.  Today it was about 5:30am and about 7:00pm.  Data from the link (RSSI / TX Power / Modulation etc) do not resemble any temp inversion or ducting type events we have seen previously with 5Ghz, 6Ghz, 11Ghz etc...  It is the first time we have gone from 1800ft all the way down to 50ft but we have another link on the 1800ft side that goes the same distance due east down to 150ft and it never has an issue only 6 miles south of this.
 
FW 2.64.33
 
Any ideas?  Thanks
 
 
Scott Carullo
Technical Operations
855-FLSPEED x102

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[WISPA] New website registration

Just wanted to let you know if you are having issues registering on the new website Arielle and I will be in the office and available to help until 8 PM Pacific time this evening and Jeff will be available at 5 AM Pacific time in the morning.

 

Office phone 866-317-2851, our extensions are as follows:

 

Trina ext. 102

Arielle ext. 100

Jeff ext. 103

 

 

Respectfully,

 

Trina Coffey

Director of Operations

WISPA

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260-622-5775 Direct

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[WISPA] WEBSITE LAUNCH UPDATE!!!

Hello

 

You will get your registration email in a few minutes.  The email list section is not completely functional so you will not be able to choose digest or multiple email address right now. These changes however, would not take effect until May 4th.  If you complete your registration before it is functional (which should be later today) you will receive a follow up email letting you know when that function is fixed.

 

We apologize that it is not currently working but we have chosen to not delay launching any further for this minor glitch.

 

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Trina Coffey

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[WISPA] New WISPA Website

Hello all

 

We have a very exciting announcement…….today we will launch the new WISPA website!

 

Please watch for an email shortly with the subject line    “New WISPA Website ACTION REQUIRED!”    You will receive an email even if you are not a member of WISPA.

 

PLEASE DO NOT attempt to register on the site until you receive this email.

 

This email will contain instructions for you to setup your user name and password (it does not have to be an email address), as well as setting up your list subscriptions.  All email lists will begin to be controlled by the new system on May 4th.  If you have not updated your list subscriptions prior to May 4th you will be unsubscribed from all email lists.  Committee lists will be maintained by WISPA staff.

 

If you are the key contact for your company you will be sent 2 emails, one for your personal profile (for email lists, committee participation, etc.) and one for your company profile (for membership, member directory, find a WISPA, etc.), please respond to both.

 

Thank you very much for your patience during this transition, this will be a great move for WISPA and an excellent resource for our membership.

 

 

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Collins, Jim | 15 Apr 16:29 2015

[WISPA] FW: WISPA Announcement Regarding 3GHz Spectrum

Hello,

 

Is this a legitimate announcement sponsored by WISPA?  See below e-mail forwarded from Converge-Tech.

 

According to this,  all 3.65 GHz operators will be required to build out their registered locations within a year to maintain grandfathered status and all locations must be registered by this Friday to avoid special equipment requirements?

 

 

From: ConVergence Technologies [mailto:jernst <at> converge-tech.com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 9:33 AM
Subject: WISPA Announcement Regarding 3GHz Spectrum

 


On Friday, WISPA's attorney, Steve Coran, released this statement of great importance to WISPs who are using, or plan to use 3GHz spectrum:

"Alex and I just concluded meetings with legal assistants for all five FCC Commissioners as well as the staff that has been working on the 3.5 GHz proceeding. We learned a lot of very important information that will offer significant long-term benefits for WISPs that currently use the 3650-3700 MHz band as well as the new 3550-3650 MHz band. The rules are scheduled to be adopted at next Friday's Open Meeting, and today is the last day for proceedings before the Sunshine Period (i.e., the quiet period) begins. I will be happy to share more information later once moving parts are more settled."

"One thing of importance for existing 3650-3700 MHz licensees; We are hearing that the FCC will afford existing licensees grandfathered status for fixed locations registered in ULS BEFORE the April 17 adoption date of the Order. This means that any locations that are not registered by that date will not be afforded grandfathered status during the transition period that precedes the requirement to use equipment capable of registering with the Spectrum Access System. Also, we were reminded that licensees have one year to build their locations, and grandfathering will not apply to those that fail to build out within that time period. On and after the adoption date, existing licensees may be able to expand their footprints, but the process for doing that is still under discussion – and WISPA is advocating a process that would be favorable to existing licensees."

There was a follow up note that indicated that, at minimum, you should register base station locations. Subscriber locations should also be registered if at all possible.

The deadline is this Friday, April 17th.

jernst <at> converge-tech.com • ConVergence Technologies

 

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Josh Reynolds | 15 Apr 02:20 2015

[WISPA] Providing public routed IPs to customers

For those of you currently providing public/routed ips to customers? 
What is your topology like and delivery method?

Looking at doing a few things, have considered a few options, and wanted 
to look out there and see what other people are doing.

Thanks

Gino Villarini | 14 Apr 20:39 2015

[WISPA] Anyway to block Class C from being used through BGP???

Hey

Got a customer disconnected for non payment, has been like this for 2 months.  He has one of our class C blocks
and he's using it through another provider.  

What recourse I have to block this?

Gino A. Villarini
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Matt Brendle | 14 Apr 19:12 2015
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[WISPA] Find a WISP

Is there a new page for the Find a WISP?  I went to the website just now and all the links are broken.

 

Matt

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Gino Villarini | 14 Apr 17:33 2015

[WISPA] Procera NAT

Anyone used it?

Gino A. Villarini
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