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(Updated December 2nd, 2002) I'm back from New Zealand, and in April I'm leaving for Germany. If you're looking for wireless info in Christchurch, NZ, check out the links below. Now I'm looking for people in Nurmburg / Erlangen, in Germany, who are interested in wireless projects. (Updated January 27, 2003) I've opened an AP between SE 20th and 22nd, on Main St. -- about two blocks north of Grand Central Baking, on Hawthorne. I do not know what kind of range my little DLink offers, but I suspect it's not much.


I'm back from New Zealand, and in April I'm leaving for Germany. If you're looking for wireless info in Christchurch, NZ, check out the links below. Now I'm looking for people in Nurmburg / Erlangen, in Germany, who are interested in wireless projects.

Name: Peter "Peat" Bakke (peat@peat.org) BR Homepage: http://www.peat.org/ BR Projects: My hosting business (http://www.bigbluebang.com/), electronic music, rock climbing. BR Profession: Geek, photographer, web master, and occassional student. BR Platforms: My wireless connection is an Apple iBook (dual-USB model, 12") running MacOS X. I don't own a base station .. yet. BR Location: Pioneer Courthouse Square Starbucks, Portland, OR. BR Home: Portland, Oregon.

(Updated January 27, 2003) I've opened an AP between SE 20th and 22nd, on Main St. -- about two blocks north of Grand Central Baking, on Hawthorne. I do not know what kind of range my little DLink offers, but I suspect it's not much.

I'm back from New Zealand, and in April I'm leaving for Germany. If you're looking for wireless info in Christchurch, NZ, check out the links below. Now I'm looking for people in Nurmburg / Erlangen, in Germany, who are interested in wireless projects.

My main focus right now is getting my hosting business of the ground.

General ChCh wireless links:

Canterbury University Wireless:

note: not a public network, and you need a proper login/password to use it, just like any other university network computer.

* There are two APs I know of: the first is a very weak link in the IT department parking lot. The second is currently being installed on the 3rd floor of the main library. It's a bummer I'll never get to use it .. sigh.


  • Hey very cool. I grew up in Dunedin New Zealand. I know there are some people doing wireless stuff in Dunedin if you wanna try and touch base. -- AdamShand


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