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 * None Yet  * Discussion about FiberFi offering, and where it may be possible to it.

Location: NodeLuckyLab
Date and Time: Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Scribe: You
Roll Call: RussellSenior,SteveTree,MatthewKlug,JasonBergstrom,TomasKuchta,TedBrunner


  • Node notes:
    • NodeBuffaloGap -- added a pre-authorized macaddr for a kindle

    • NodeMohawk -- getting alerts about bandwidth cap approaching, was queried by node host, graphs were inspected, appears to be just a case of slightly higher usage this month, possibly due to weather and more home time than usual.

    • NodeHancock -- moved, now on FiberFi, appears to be a fixed-wireless provider.

    • NodeRigler -- weirdly, seemed to have recently been factory reset ... VPN tunnel reverted to the old end-point. Reflashed with modern bits and baked in modern configuration.

    • NodeWhet -- TedBrunner recently requested some consultation on getting the node dialed-in and nailed-down.

    • NodeSechzig -- still owe them an invoice.

  • BenjaminFoote is having some trouble getting the D-Link DIR-860L-B1 to ring up a PPPoE connection to CenturyLink. Russell considering doing some testing with a device locally, long latencies on IRC are making debugging the problem rather slow and tedious.

  • Possible visit from FiberFi person, contacted by email on Tuesday.

  • Report on DIN (if Russell goes).
  • <add your item here>


  • Discussion about FiberFi offering, and where it may be possible to it.


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