On Wed, 25 Dec 2013 19:43:15 +0000, Danny D. wrote:
I had SNMP turned on all along in the rooftop radio; but
I'm not sure how to take advantage of it.
I set up the radio, but, I also provided my password to
my WISP; and I know he logged in and rebooted the radio
a few times when I first set it up because he had warned
me that he was going to "adjust" some settings.
So, he's using the SNMP, but I can't even spell it.
I've got a lot of reading to do, I guess, to take advantage
of whatever it does for me.
On Wed, 18 Dec 2013 06:43:07 -0800, William Sommerwerck wrote:
Hmmmm.... we're talking hundreds of feet greater range.
Just putting a router in a more advantageous spot within an office
isn't going to get you a few hundred feet greater range, in most cases.
It's not a bad idea, of course; but we're talking a goal of orders of
magnitude greater range here ...
If you're talking about the test I ran, which extended the range of
the laptop (as opposed to extending the range of the router), I had
turned off the laptop's internal radio with the hardware switch on
the side of the laptop.
So, in *my* tests, the only radio was the Nanobridge M2 feedhorn
which was tied to the laptop's Ethernet port.
So, from the laptop's perspective, there was no radio.
There was just a 'wired' ethernet connection.
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