[MLB-WIRELESS] I would love to go from testing to operational !
peter at nmc.net.au
Mon Jun 28 21:31:18 EST 2010
I've done some plots and it looks like you have line of sight to GHO
Can you have a scan for it on horizontal polarisation ?
From: melbwireless-bounces at wireless.org.au
[mailto:melbwireless-bounces at wireless.org.au] On Behalf Of John Roberts
Sent: Monday, 28 June 2010 8:24 PM
To: melbwireless at melbournewireless.org.au
Subject: [MLB-WIRELESS] I would love to go from testing to operational !
Hello , I would love to go from testing to operational, so here
is what I have registered on the Melbourne wireless web site with all
nodes being Cisco BR350's;
Node JUZ which is pointing slightly south of west at 250 degrees and has
the parabolic antenna of around 12 Dbm gain and is vertically polarised.
Node IMS is pointing basically north at 350 degrees with a parabolic
antenna of around 15 Dbm with I believe a horizontal polarisation.
Node KFY is pointing east at 90 degrees with a flat 8 slotted planar
antenna of approx 10Dbm gain and since the slots are vertical
orientation, I am not sure what the polarisation is, I am guessing at
The one terabyte NAS I have on 10.10.176.51 supports up to 5 concurrent
FTP sessions with active FTP, the username is "ftp" and the password is
"wireless", so fell free to store and retrieve what you want, it already
has quite a few gigabytes of .iso's of various free OS's etc.
The NTP source, 10.10.176.49, even though it reckons it's stratum 12,
has a primary
source of a stratum one, so it's basically solid.
Also the whole NAS / routing / switching and wireless environment is on
a 1020VA UPS, so brownouts and dropouts are usually not a problem.
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