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 * Actiontec DSL modem (purchased by RussellSenior, donated to PTP)

Node Name: Cedar Hills Crossing
Live Date: January 21, 2004
Contact: RussellSenior
Website: http://www.cedarhillscrossing.com/


3205 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.
Beaverton, OR 97005

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



  • Actiontec DSL modem (purchased by RussellSenior, donated to PTP)

  • Alix 2d13 (on indefinite loan from PTP)
  • various AP's (four cat5 cables leave then gateway device, three BSSID's were observed today)


Network Topology

  • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
  • Channel:
  • BSSIDs:
    • 00:0F:66:18:E4:A2
    • 00:0F:66:18:E6:03
    • 00:0F:66:18:E7:29
    • 00:12:17:6D:8D:0F
    • 00:40:05:5D:F4:AF
  • Hostname: filth
  • Internet Network: (dsl modem does NAT)
  • Gateway: DHCP
  • PTP Network:
  • PTP IP:

Maintenance and System Log

  • 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.


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.


NodeCedarHillsCrossing (last edited 2018-06-10 13:07:12 by RussellSenior)