[ubuntu-us-nm] EPC Network
grammatoncleric at ubuntu.com
Mon Nov 24 13:40:23 GMT 2008
Whoops, forgot one last thing. I've ordered a couple of the Open-Mesh
routers to play with and see how well they work.
... if they will workout, and if we choose to go the wireless route, I
will then use them for the EPC project. If they don't well I may find
another use for them.
On Mon, 2008-11-24 at 06:32 -0700, Eric Krieger wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> So one of the topics of discussion for tomorrow's IRC meeting will be
> the EPC Network. Yesterday I went buy EPC and had a great meeting with
> Sam, Gigi, Dave, and Jen(?). We discussed the networking options for EPC
> and the fact that I'm a major geek who watches Dr. Who, Star Trek, and
> reads SciFi books like "Enders Game" and "Hitchhikers Guild to the
> Galaxy." So I'm a geek... =P
> We also spent a few minutes measuring the current wireless signal to
> provide a baseline if we so choose to go the wireless route. I've posted
> my findings to...
> I will also update the OpenOffice Draw diagram to reflect the current
> wired network at EPC and post exported PNGs to...
> That said does anyone know of a online storage place that I could upload
> the OpenOffice Draw diagram that I've created? I'd like others to have
> the ability to download/tweak it.
> Anyways, a couple things to point out on the first diagram on the EPC
> WirelessNetwork page...
> 1 - Notice the signal and quality loss inside one of the rooms when the
> door is shut.
> 2- The 2inch conduit, that runs from the Community Building to the
> Waterman Building, is about 150ft long and terminates under a residents
> room at the SE side of the building. Fortunately, where the conduit
> terminates is near a crawl space that runs the length of the Waterman
> building. The conduit does have a pull string to pull a CAT5(6) run.
> To make it to the Wiring closet on the NE end of the building it roughly
> another 150ft. This puts that run dangerously close to the 100m MAX
> CAT5e and CAT6 length, actually 90M is the recommends MAX but 100M can
> be achieved. To push the run either 90 or 100M we would need switches
> in the enterprise class on both ends, I don't think a little home
> networking switch (i.e. linksys, netgear or dlink) will do.
> We can talk more about this tomorrow.
> - Eric
> Eric J. Krieger
> email: grammatoncleric at ubuntu.com
> Random Quote:
> "Winning isn't the most important
> thing; it's the only thing!"
> -J. Caesar
> Mon Nov 24 06:06:38 MST 2008
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Eric J. Krieger
email: grammatoncleric at ubuntu.com
"I am not a crook!"
Mon Nov 24 06:39:14 MST 2008
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