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 * 2013-07-10: Investigating how to maybe reconfigure the WAP54G (BSSID 00:18:39:10:E7:CF). Discovered that it is living at 10.11.1.14, and has a web interface at port 80. admin/admin, admin/password don't work. --RussellSenior

Node Name: Cedar Hills Crossing
Live Date: January 21, 2004
Contact: RussellSenior

3205 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.
Beaverton, OR 97005
http://www.cedarhillscrossing.com/

Map: https://cwnmyr.personaltelco.net/nodes/CedarHillsCrossing

Installers

Equipment

  • Integra DSL modem
  • Alix 2d13 (on indefinite loan from PTP)
  • 3x Buffalo WZR600DHP
  • 1x Linksys WAP54G (not connected to ethernet, needs unplugging)

Software

Network Topology

  • Host: filth (alix2 gateway)
    • IPv4addr: 64.122.46.166/30 (eth0)
    • IPv4addr: 10.11.1.1/24 (br-pub)
    • IPv6addr: 2001:470:e962:101::1/64
  • Host: ap0.cedarhills.ptp
    • IPv4addr: 10.11.1.2/24
    • IPv6addr: 2001:470:e962:101:126f:3fff:fee6:ae92/64
    • radio0:
      • Channel: 1
      • Interface: wlan0
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e6:ae:92
      • Interface: wlan2
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net/ap0
        • BSSID: 12:6f:3f:e6:ae:92
      • Interface: wlan4
        • SSID: CHC-WW
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e6:ae:92
    • radio1:
      • Channel: 36
      • Interface: wlan1
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e6:ae:93
      • Interface: wlan3
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net/ap0
        • BSSID: 12:6f:3f:e6:ae:93
      • Interface: wlan5
        • SSID: CHC-WW
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e6:ae:93
  • Host: ap1.cedarhills.ptp
    • IPv4addr: 10.11.1.3/24
    • IPv6addr: 2001:470:e962:101:126f:3fff:fee6:adce/64
    • radio0:
      • Channel: 6
      • Interface: wlan0
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e6:ad:ce
      • Interface: wlan2
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net/ap1
        • BSSID: 12:6f:3f:e6:ad:ce
      • Interface: wlan4
        • SSID: CHC-Mall
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e6:ad:ce
    • radio1:
      • Channel: 40
      • Interface: wlan1
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e6:ad:cf
      • Interface: wlan3
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net/ap1
        • BSSID: 12:6f:3f:e6:ad:cf
      • Interface: wlan5
        • SSID: CHC-Mall
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e6:ad:cf
  • Host: ap2.cedarhills.ptp
    • IPv4addr: 10.11.1.4/24
    • IPv6addr: 2001:470:e962:101:126f:3fff:fee6:af7e/64
    • radio0:
      • Channel: 11
      • Interface: wlan0
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e6:af:7e
      • Interface: wlan2
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net/ap2
        • BSSID: 12:6f:3f:e6:af:7e
      • Interface: wlan4
        • SSID: CHC-Office
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e6:af:7e
    • radio1:
      • Channel: 44
      • Interface: wlan1
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e6:af:7f
      • Interface: wlan3
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net/ap2
        • BSSID: 12:6f:3f:e6:af:7f
      • Interface: wlan5
        • SSID: CHC-Office
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e6:af:7f

Maintenance and System Log

  • 2013-07-10: Investigating how to maybe reconfigure the WAP54G (BSSID 00:18:39:10:E7:CF). Discovered that it is living at 10.11.1.14, and has a web interface at port 80. admin/admin, admin/password don't work. --RussellSenior

  • 2013-07-10: Aha. I'm a moron. I fatfingered the /etc/config/wireless on ap2 to reference ethN instead of wlanN, as a consequence, eth1 stopped working (which is what our ethernet was plugged into). That explains why it was working until I rebooted! ;-). Two things still wonky. One, we lost ssh on ap0 last night for no apparent reason. Could still ping it okay and even collect snmp data, but no dropbear. Also, recent OpenWrt has broken remote syslog, which makes diagnostics more difficult than it should be. Need to fix that asap. One other observation is that ap1 seems to turn off at night, possibly because it is on the same circuit as the lights? Something to watch. Otherwise, back in working order. --RussellSenior

  • 2013-07-09: Replaced three WAP54G's with Buffalo WZR600DHP's. There is one WAP left, but does not appear to be connected to the ethernet. Also, late in the process, discovered that there seems to be a missing ethernet connection to ap2 (in the meeting space, near the office). It may be a bad crimp, or a bad switch. I am going to try to go back tomorrow to investigate further. --RussellSenior

  • 2013-01-25: Update firmware to r35318 with linux kernel version 3.7.4 and IPv6 --RussellSenior

  • 2010-12-02: After about a month-long outage due to a switch in ISPs, configured and plugged into a new Integra service (5Mbps down/1.5Mbps up). Crazily, Integra provided a /30 network, which gives us exactly one usable IP address while consuming 4 addresses. I have no idea wtf they were thinking. Anyway, it's configured and working. DNS is currently pointing at 4.2.2.2. --RussellSenior

  • 2009-07-30: Dropped in a AlixCab after ongoing complaints about drops. We were intending to replace the box anyway, so this just accelerated things. When I arrived, from my laptop I was able to associate with an AP but did not get DHCP. I contacted Security and they got me into the locked utility room where our NuCab was located. I replaced the NuCab with the AlixCab, rerouted a few power cables (wasn't room for the ac adapter) and it was back in business. I was able to connect to at least one of the AP's.

Notes

Three 802.11b/g access points provide rock-solid coverage throughout the entire shopping center! Internet connectivity is available via a 768kbps e-z.net DSL line, sponsored by the shopping center. Check it out.


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