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 * Host: `ap1`
  * Hardware: Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP
  * Software: [[OpenWRT]]
  * Internet IPv4: DHCP
  * PTPnet IPv4: `10.11.34.2`
  * PTPnet IPv6: `2001:470:e962:2201:215:6dff:fe5f:a8d6/64`
  * radio0:
   * Channel: 1
   * Interface: wlan0
    * SSID: www.personaltelco.net
    * BSSID: 02:15:6D:5E:A8:D6
   * Interface: wlan1
    * SSID: PotatoChampion
    * BSSID: 06:15:6D:5E:A8:D6
   * Interface: wlan2 (connects to the old NodeWhiffies)
    * client-mode
    * SSID: SorryForNow
    * BSSID: 00:15:6d:5e:a8:d6
    * PTPnet IPv4: `10.11.3.130/26`
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 *  * 2014-01-22: Installed a Ubiquiti Bullet to improve coverage, particularly after hours when the flaps are closed and RF propagation from inside is diminished. Screwed to custom aluminum mounting bracket to a length of 2x4, in turn screwed to a sign post. An interface on the bullet also connects in client-mode to `lard`, the MR3201A device of the out-of-commission NodeWhiffies (it does not seem to be connected to an upstream via ethernet), we should probably fix that or remove it. This client-mode interface gives us a backdoor way to managed `lard`. --RussellSenior

Node name: NodePotatoChampion
Live Date: January 8, 2014
Sponsor: Potato Champion
Contact: RussellSenior

SE 12th and Hawthorne
Portland, OR
http://www.potatochampion.com/

Configuration

  • Host: spud

    • Hardware: Buffalo WZR600DHP
    • Software: OpenWRT

    • Internet IPv4: DHCP
    • PTPnet IPv4: 10.11.34.1

    • PTPnet IPv6: 2001:470:e962:2201::1/64

    • radio0:
      • Channel: 11
      • Interface: wlan0
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e7:34:92
      • Interface: wlan2
      • Interface: wlan4
        • SSID: PC-priv
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e7:34:92
    • radio1:
      • Channel: 36
      • Interface: wlan1
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 10:6f:3f:e7:34:93
      • Interface: wlan3
      • Interface: wlan5
        • SSID: PC-priv
        • BSSID: 16:6f:3f:e7:34:93
  • Host: ap1

    • Hardware: Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP
    • Software: OpenWRT

    • Internet IPv4: DHCP
    • PTPnet IPv4: 10.11.34.2

    • PTPnet IPv6: 2001:470:e962:2201:215:6dff:fe5f:a8d6/64

    • radio0:
      • Channel: 1
      • Interface: wlan0
        • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
        • BSSID: 02:15:6D:5E:A8:D6
      • Interface: wlan1
      • Interface: wlan2 (connects to the old NodeWhiffies)

        • client-mode
        • SSID: SorryForNow

        • BSSID: 00:15:6d:5e:a8:d6
        • PTPnet IPv4: 10.11.3.130/26

Installers / Organizers

Maintenance and System Log

  • 2014-01-22: Installed a Ubiquiti Bullet to improve coverage, particularly after hours when the flaps are closed and RF propagation from inside is diminished. Screwed to custom aluminum mounting bracket to a length of 2x4, in turn screwed to a sign post. An interface on the bullet also connects in client-mode to lard, the MR3201A device of the out-of-commission NodeWhiffies (it does not seem to be connected to an upstream via ethernet), we should probably fix that or remove it. This client-mode interface gives us a backdoor way to managed lard. --RussellSenior

Notes


[CategoryNode][CategoryPersonalTelco]

NodePotatoChampion (last edited 2014-01-25 12:25:25 by RussellSenior)