Robert West | 1 Jun 02:07 2010

Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

Charlotte was a nice spider.  This was a mean, nasty looking black with
white spots kinda spider and actually reared up like he (Or she, who can
tell....)  was gonna put me down.

Spider fail.

Outlook 2010 sucks by the way..........

Bob-

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From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On
Behalf Of Mike
Sent: Monday, May 31, 2010 5:23 PM
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Wilbur, you didn't squash Charlotte did you?

"What do you mean less than nothing? I don't think there is any such thing
as less than nothing. Nothing is absolutely the limit of nothingness. It's
the lowest you can go. It's the end of the line. How can something be less
than nothing? If there were something that was less than nothing, then
nothing would not be nothing, it would be something - even though it's just
a very little bit of something. But if nothing is nothing, then nothing has
nothing that is less than it is."

Friendly Regards,

Mike
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Robert West | 1 Jun 02:12 2010

Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

Only of me and my father in a thong.  It was a holiday..............  I can
send ya a few if ya want.

Bob-

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From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On
Behalf Of Josh Luthman
Sent: Monday, May 31, 2010 4:38 PM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

No pictures?

Happy to see all is good!

Josh Luthman
Office: 937-552-2340
Direct: 937-552-2343
1100 Wayne St
Suite 1337
Troy, OH 45373

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue
that counts.”
--- Winston Churchill

On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 4:22 PM, Robert West <robert.west <at> just-micro.com>
wrote:
> Had a storm last night, woke up, part of the network down.  I figure 
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Jonathan Schmidt | 1 Jun 02:16 2010

Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

It's the World-Wide-Web...gonna getcha every time.
. . . J o n a t h a n 

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From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On
Behalf Of Robert West
Sent: Monday, May 31, 2010 3:23 PM
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Subject: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

Had a storm last night, woke up, part of the network down.  I figure the
common connection there is a 5 port switch the good section hits before
it's lost.  I go out with a replacement switch, climb up on the grain bin,
open the box....  one of those spiders that make the tube web..  Living in
port number 4.  Somehow messed up the switch.  Nema box but he got in
somehow, probably snuck in when I had it open last time.  I was expecting
fried components due to all the lightning but it was all due to one, now
dead, spider.

Replaced the switch anyhow, got it home and it works fine.  Damn spider!

Bob-

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Bradley D. Thornton | 1 Jun 02:16 2010
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Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

Well we can all sing Amazing Grace now can't we? :)

(Grace Murray Hopper)

On 5/31/2010 1:22 PM, Robert West wrote:
> Had a storm last night, woke up, part of the network down.  I figure the
> common connection there is a 5 port switch the good section hits before it's
> lost.  I go out with a replacement switch, climb up on the grain bin, open
> the box....  one of those spiders that make the tube web..  Living in port
> number 4.  Somehow messed up the switch.  Nema box but he got in somehow,
> probably snuck in when I had it open last time.  I was expecting fried
> components due to all the lightning but it was all due to one, now dead,
> spider.
> 
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> Replaced the switch anyhow, got it home and it works fine.  Damn spider!
> 
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> Bob-
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Mike | 1 Jun 02:22 2010

Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

Didn't Admiral Hopper coin the term "computer bug?"

Friendly Regards,

Mike

Mike Gilchrist
Disruptive Technologist
Advanced Wireless Express
P.O. Box 255
Toledo, IA   52342
239.770.6203
mike <at> aweiowa.com

-----Original Message-----
From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On
Behalf Of Bradley D. Thornton
Sent: Monday, May 31, 2010 7:16 PM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

Well we can all sing Amazing Grace now can't we? :)

(Grace Murray Hopper)

On 5/31/2010 1:22 PM, Robert West wrote:
> Had a storm last night, woke up, part of the network down.  I figure the
> common connection there is a 5 port switch the good section hits before
it's
> lost.  I go out with a replacement switch, climb up on the grain bin, open
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RickG | 1 Jun 02:35 2010
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Re: [WISPA] Spider takes down switch. I take down spider.

The attached pic will help you identify common electrical bugs :)

On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 4:33 PM, Greg Ihnen <os10rules <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> true debugging
>
> Greg
>
> On May 31, 2010, at 3:52 PM, Robert West wrote:
>
>> Had a storm last night, woke up, part of the network down.  I figure the
>> common connection there is a 5 port switch the good section hits before it's
>> lost.  I go out with a replacement switch, climb up on the grain bin, open
>> the box....  one of those spiders that make the tube web..  Living in port
>> number 4.  Somehow messed up the switch.  Nema box but he got in somehow,
>> probably snuck in when I had it open last time.  I was expecting fried
>> components due to all the lightning but it was all due to one, now dead,
>> spider.
>>
>>
>>
>> Replaced the switch anyhow, got it home and it works fine.  Damn spider!
>>
>>
>>
>> Bob-
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Robert West | 1 Jun 03:32 2010

[WISPA] Mikrotik PtPP Sample Script, Anyone?

Been trying to setup a PTPP server on a Mikrotik 600A running 5.2 Beta.  NO
LUCK!  I can connect to it just fine but can't see anything on the remote
network.  Anyone have a sample PTPP script that works?  

Bob-

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Cameron Crum | 1 Jun 04:31 2010

Re: [WISPA] Mikrotik PtPP Sample Script, Anyone?

Make sure you set the interface you are trying to see stuff on to to
proxy-arp.

Cameron

On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 8:32 PM, Robert West <robert.west <at> just-micro.com>wrote:

> Been trying to setup a PTPP server on a Mikrotik 600A running 5.2 Beta.  NO
> LUCK!  I can connect to it just fine but can't see anything on the remote
> network.  Anyone have a sample PTPP script that works?
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Nick Olsen | 1 Jun 04:40 2010

Re: [WISPA] Mikrotik PtPP Sample Script, Anyone?

Its all about the IP you give the client.
I always handed it a ip of the associated network and it would work.
Example. RB750 in our colo. Network is 1.1.1.0/24
This is the configuration of a ppp client that has access to the internal 
colo servers

add caller-id="" comment="" disabled=no limit-bytes-in=0 limit-bytes-out=0 
local-address=\
    1.1.1.50 name=USERNAME password=PASSWORD profile=default-encryption 
remote-address=\
    1.1.1.51 routes="" service=any

Profile is this

set default-encryption bridge=bridge1 change-tcp-mss=yes comment="" name=\
    default-encryption only-one=default use-compression=default 
use-encryption=yes \
    use-vj-compression=default

Bridge 1 contains single Ethernet interface that plugs into the colo 
switch.

Should work :D but no promises.

Nick Olsen
Network Operations
(321) 205-1100 x106

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Robert West | 1 Jun 05:12 2010

Re: [WISPA] Mikrotik PtPP Sample Script, Anyone?

Thanks!  I'll give that a whirl............

Bob-

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Sent: Monday, May 31, 2010 10:41 PM
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Its all about the IP you give the client.
I always handed it a ip of the associated network and it would work.
Example. RB750 in our colo. Network is 1.1.1.0/24 This is the configuration
of a ppp client that has access to the internal colo servers

add caller-id="" comment="" disabled=no limit-bytes-in=0 limit-bytes-out=0
local-address=\
    1.1.1.50 name=USERNAME password=PASSWORD profile=default-encryption
remote-address=\
    1.1.1.51 routes="" service=any

Profile is this

set default-encryption bridge=bridge1 change-tcp-mss=yes comment="" name=\
    default-encryption only-one=default use-compression=default
use-encryption=yes \
    use-vj-compression=default

Bridge 1 contains single Ethernet interface that plugs into the colo switch.
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