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'''Contact:''' Liz Harris<<MailTo(lizharris.pss AT blah integra DOT net)>> '''Contact:''' Liz Harris<<MailTo(lizharris.pss AT blah-integra-blah DOT net)>>

Node name: NodeMoonlight
Live Date: August 2003
Sponsor: Portland Staffing (was Moonlight Staffing)
Contact: Liz Harris<lizharris.pss AT blah-integra-blah DOT net>

820 SW 18th Ave
Portland, OR 97205
Map: NodeMap:NodeMoonlight

Equipment

  • Netgear WGT634U
  • Intel 2011 AP

Software Installed

Network Configuration

  • WGT634U:
    • hostname: serenade
    • ssid: www.personaltelco.net
    • bssid: 00:09:5B:F7:BE:B2

    • channel: 11
  • Intel 2011 AP:
    • ssid: www.personaltelco.net
    • bssid: 00:03:47:15:DE:0B

    • channel: 1
  • Address: x.x.x.x/yy
  • Gateway: x.x.x.z
  • Wireless Address: 10.11.31.1/24
  • Wireless Network: 10.11.31.0/24
  • DHCP Pool:

Installers / Organizers

Maintenance and System Log

  • 2008-01-14, delivered WGT and switch. Terminated cable and made patch cable. Intel access point looks good - powered on, ethernet run to office gives link light. Office manager Liz wants final cut-over to happen before office hours of 9am. Bring AC power strip and 2nd patch cable. Switch is ready to be placed upstream of the WAN port on the existing linksys router. WGT can hang off switch, and Intel AP can hang off WGT. Needs someone to make another visit, pre-9am. See photos in PTP node gallery under Portland Staffing.
  • On August _, 2003 a nocat box was added to get stats and a splashpage
  • 2007-02-20: RussellSenior and DonPark stopped by to try to get the node working again. Discover the nucab is gone and the cat5 run from the AP is terminates in a neat coil and was clipped off. Office manager reports that she's been there two years and has never seen the nucab, implying at least two years of downtime. Need to figure out what to replace it with. There is a linksys (not wireless) router on the floor by a desk, looks like that's where the nucab was once plugged. Probably need a box of some kind between the AP and their network, either another nucab or maybe a little openwrt'd box. We probably should at least unplug the AP until we get stuff connected again.

Notes

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