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  * NodeMohawk -- went offline 2021-07-11
  * NodeC3PO -- has an ongoing outage of ap2 due to a "misplaced" ac adapter and a faulty/damaged replacement, attempts to contact FreeGeek are wobbly (made contact, but followup is lacking and the continuing outage indicates the loop is not closed). Also on 2021-07-12, DirectSpace Networks announced a network outage which initially coincided with an outage of our backhaul connection, when Russell checked later, he found that channel 44 we were using for the pipe-to-hose link was suffering horrible (up to 20 second) ping latency which persisted into the night. Eventually tried another channel (first 149 and then 165), and the horrible latency was gone. There are inklings that connectivity in the village are still suboptimal, so it might be the interference is affecting the channels that ap1 is operating on, difficult to be sure from remote.
  * NodeMohawk -- went offline 2021-07-11 (checked google streetview, and CenturyLink fiber passes and has fiber taps on two adjacent poles, but their website hilariously says "no service, try HughesNet satellite service").
  * [[NodeC3PO]] -- has an ongoing outage of ap2 due to a "misplaced" ac adapter and a faulty/damaged replacement, attempts to contact FreeGeek are wobbly (made contact, but followup is lacking and the continuing outage indicates the loop is not closed). Also on 2021-07-12, DirectSpace Networks announced a network outage which initially coincided with an outage of our backhaul connection, when Russell checked later, he found that channel 44 we were using for the pipe-to-hose link was suffering horrible (up to 20 second) ping latency which persisted into the night. Eventually tried another channel (first 149 and then 165), and the horrible latency was gone. There are inklings that connectivity in the village are still suboptimal, so it might be the interference is affecting the channels that ap1 is operating on, difficult to be sure from remote.

Location: Jitsi
Date and Time: Wednesday, July 14, 2021, 5:30pm-8:00pm
Scribe: You
Roll Call: Them

Agenda

  • Pick location for next weekly
  • Node notes:
    • NodeArborLodge -- On Saturday (2021-07-10) Jason and Russell decommissioned a defunct SkyPilot SkyGateway device and AaronBaer's old garage wall-mount antenna mast at the homeowner's request after the gear had sat idle for a number of years.

    • NodeWygant -- went offline several weeks ago, Jason and Russell decommissioned the network with the exception of a Meraki MR24 and wall-mount plate in one of the basement units.

    • NodeRigler -- went offline 2021-07-07

    • NodeSteele -- went offline 2021-07-10

    • NodeMohawk -- went offline 2021-07-11 (checked google streetview, and CenturyLink fiber passes and has fiber taps on two adjacent poles, but their website hilariously says "no service, try HughesNet satellite service").

    • NodeC3PO -- has an ongoing outage of ap2 due to a "misplaced" ac adapter and a faulty/damaged replacement, attempts to contact FreeGeek are wobbly (made contact, but followup is lacking and the continuing outage indicates the loop is not closed). Also on 2021-07-12, DirectSpace Networks announced a network outage which initially coincided with an outage of our backhaul connection, when Russell checked later, he found that channel 44 we were using for the pipe-to-hose link was suffering horrible (up to 20 second) ping latency which persisted into the night. Eventually tried another channel (first 149 and then 165), and the horrible latency was gone. There are inklings that connectivity in the village are still suboptimal, so it might be the interference is affecting the channels that ap1 is operating on, difficult to be sure from remote.

  • Ordered some Ubiquiti LiteBeam AC Gen2 devices, should arrive this week. Initially intended for NodeC3PO backhaul link Russell was having trouble with on Monday (3@$65=$195).

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Notes

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