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 Subject :Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!.. 2017-10-16- 06:35:59 
ke6rhv
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Joined: 2013-11-12- 11:50:38
Posts: 10
Location: Palmdale, CA.
 
Forum : High Desert / San Bernardino County, CA
Topic : Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

That's great we have some gear here in Palmdale but no place suited high enough with permission to make good connections. Let me know exactly where you are we have a couple of places we may be able to use in Lancaster, Palmdale and Lake LA that I would like to try.

I have several services I host related to Ecomm PBX, Web Services, Custom Apps and these are available locally in Palmdale via MESH but no one is connecting to them right now. Please hit me up and send me an email I would like to discuss. ke6rhv@arrl.net

High Desert Ecomm Group

www.hdecommgrp.org/

Marcus

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 Subject :Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!.. 2017-10-16- 02:42:26 
kd0gg
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Joined: 2017-10-15- 23:05:29
Posts: 2
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Forum : High Desert / San Bernardino County, CA
Topic : Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Hello, Alex (kd0gg) here in Loma Linda, just joined. I don't have a setup yet, still learning about HSMM.
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 Subject :Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!.. 2017-10-16- 02:41:01 
kd0gg
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Joined: 2017-10-15- 23:05:29
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Forum : High Desert / San Bernardino County, CA
Topic : Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Hello, Alex (kd0gg) here in Loma Linda, just joined. I don't have a setup yet, still learning about HSMM. Trying to determine which hardware is better for our area (Linksys or Ubiquiti).
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 Subject :Linksys wrt1200AC.. 2017-10-03- 21:59:29 
W5RMW
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Joined: 2017-09-24- 15:41:35
Posts: 2
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Forum : Hardware
Topic : Linksys wrt1200AC

Is the Linksys1200AC supported?

thanks,

Ralph W5RMW

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 Subject :Re:DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes.. 2017-10-03- 12:08:08 
W7RD
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Joined: 2017-09-07- 10:03:29
Posts: 5
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Forum : Problems & Answers
Topic : DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes

Well now it's working. For some reason the node that the tunnel server is on was not connecting to remote nodes. When I jacked in to a different node, everything worked as it should. Now on to improving that asterisk config and coming up with some decent apps :) Steve - W7RD
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 Subject :Re:DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes.. 2017-10-02- 12:00:04 
W7RD
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Joined: 2017-09-07- 10:03:29
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Forum : Problems & Answers
Topic : DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes

Thanks for your reply. I see now that DNS is not the problem. I have the wifi adapter disabled, and am plugged into one of my mesh boxes by ethernet. When I do manual lookups of names on the remote mesh nodes, I do get accurate IP results. But something is blocking the connections. I don't know if it's something about the tunnel software or not, but at least ports 80 and 8080 are blocked. I think I'll plug a node into a linux box and do an nmap scan on a couple. That will give me something to go on :) 73, Steve W7RD
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 Subject :Re:DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes.. 2017-10-02- 09:51:11 
KI6MLU
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Joined: 2014-11-17- 22:57:17
Posts: 18
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Forum : Problems & Answers
Topic : DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes

Steve, I understand that you see all of the remote tunnel nodes on the mesh status page, but when you click on the links, your PC won't resolve their addresses. The most likely reason this happens is that your computer has more than one network interface (i.e., ethernet and wi-fi). When this happens, your PC will use the wrong interface to try to connect to the remote nodes. Try disconnecting/disabling all except the network interface that you use to connect to your node (probably the ethernet interface) Russ
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 Subject :New node running but cant pickup nearest node... 2017-10-01- 11:09:00 
KI7OTB
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Joined: 2017-09-22- 19:28:21
Posts: 1
Location
Forum : Phoenix
Topic : New node running but cant pickup nearest node.

Hello all,

Got my linksys node up and running and installed. Set up the antenna for horizontal polarization, don't know if it should be vertical or not. Anyway, I'm located at 20th st and greenway and the nearest node with line of sight is K7VZ. I pointed the antenna at him and not showing anything. I might go back up there and turn the antenna to vertical. K7VZ let me know if your listening. Thanks

73s

Brandon KI7OTB

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 Subject :DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes.. 2017-09-27- 18:02:43 
W7RD
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Joined: 2017-09-07- 10:03:29
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Forum : Problems & Answers
Topic : DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes

I have a tunnel connection with someone, who in turn has tunnels with many other nodes.  I see all of these in the mesh status page, but neither his or any of his neighbors will resolve DNS, so I can't connect.  In a tunnel situation, how is my mesh supposed to resolve the IPs?  I know there must be an easy answer, but for some reason I can't connect to any nodes I see remotely because of this.

73,

Steve

W7RD

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 Subject :DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes.. 2017-09-27- 18:02:27 
W7RD
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Joined: 2017-09-07- 10:03:29
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Forum : Problems & Answers
Topic : DNS not working when trying to access Tunnel-connected nodes

I have a tunnel connection with someone, who in turn has tunnels with many other nodes.  I see all of these in the mesh status page, but neither his or any of his neighbors will resolve DNS, so I can't connect.  In a tunnel situation, how is my mesh supposed to resolve the IPs?  I know there must be an easy answer, but for some reason I can't connect to any nodes I see remotely because of this.

73,

Steve

W7RD

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 Subject :Re:EOL.. 2017-09-25- 06:25:27 
W5RMW
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Joined: 2017-09-24- 15:41:35
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Forum : Linksys End Of Life
Topic : EOL

Just got my WRT54GL up and running yesterday. Kind of unhappy seeing this. Have ordered coax and antennas. Saw the note about problems with Ubiquity devices and did not consider them. Read hardware compatability which shows Wrt is supported. Kind of a waste of time and money.
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 Subject :Is the Linksys WRT54G still a viable Mesh device.. 2017-09-20- 11:40:57 
KI7DBX
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Joined: 2017-02-09- 19:31:43
Posts: 1
Location
Forum : General
Topic : Is the Linksys WRT54G still a viable Mesh device

Sorry, total newbie here. I heard on another forum that the Linksys WRT54G is obsolete for Ham Mesh. Is this true? Here is a quote " the development forked and this end (using the linksys routers) pretty much got left behind".


Again sorry for the newbie post

Steve

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 Subject :Wanting to Tunnel with other nodes.. 2017-09-20- 07:11:39 
W7RD
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Joined: 2017-09-07- 10:03:29
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Forum : General
Topic : Wanting to Tunnel with other nodes

Hi,

I have a setup with 3 mesh nodes and of course, like most people, there are no neighboring nodes to connect to.  However, I have both a tunnel client and tunnel server and would very much like to connect to someone's server or vice versa.  If anyone is interested please let me know!  I am currently running asterisk and ngirc (IRC) and pondering other projects.

73s,

Steve - W7RD

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 Subject :Covington, Va.. 2017-09-13- 00:08:22 
KJ4TOZ
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Joined: 2017-09-03- 12:01:35
Posts: 1
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Forum : Central VA
Topic : Covington, Va

Hey guys, I'm Terry KJ4TOZ. The W4COV club has begun playing with BBHN some and I wanted to join the forum for inspiration and guidance. 

We currently have about a half dozen units between three of the members but we are slowly picking up a few here and there as we can find them. 

We are hoping to get a few links established around town to support our ARES group but for now we are just learning the systems and what we can do with them. 

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 Subject :[SOLD] --- Mesh Node for Sale, WRT54G v3.. 2017-08-26- 13:45:40 
KB1UYS
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Joined: 2014-02-05- 15:14:04
Posts: 1
Location
Forum : General
Topic : [SOLD] --- Mesh Node for Sale, WRT54G v3

This item has been sold.


This is a WRT54G v3 unit, stock, unmodified except for loading, setting up, and testing the latest Broadband-Hamnet firmware with my call. Comes with original LinkSys power adapter. It's all ready to go. Just power on, load your call sign, and you're live and running.


$20 PayPal or money order, includes shipping via USPS. Contact me by sending a private forum message at QRZ.com If there is a problem contacting me at QRZ, try in this thread.

See the listing for this unit at QRZ.com: https://forums.qrz.com/index.php?threads/broadband-hamnet-mesh-node-set-up-your-own-ham-rf-data-network.579212/

Lou

KB1UYS



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 Subject :Re:Newbee checking in.. 2017-08-15- 08:25:53 
K7DXS
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Joined: 2015-05-29- 14:18:33
Posts: 4
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Forum : General
Topic : Newbee checking in

I doubt the WRT54G can reach very far without a good high gain antenna. The Loco has a high gain antenna built in. What model is the Loco? 2, M2, 5, M5, something else? If it's an M2, I'd put AREDN on it (it's actively developed, will talk to BBHN just fine, and you can avoid bricking the device). If it's not an M, it can't run BBHN or AREDN. If it's an M5, it's in the 5GHz band rather than the 2.4GHz band that Linksys devices use. As for your other questions, the mesh node is the DHCP server. It should just be plug and play if your servers are running a DHCP client.
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 Subject :How to view a IP Camera on my node?.. 2017-08-11- 10:54:02 
KP4RV
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Joined: 2013-07-18- 20:20:40
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Forum : Hardware
Topic : How to view a IP Camera on my node?

Hi There;

Got a IP Address camera on one router (Mesh) configured and shows a camera service on that node, How I'm able to view de images or video real time from that camera? Do I have to install another firmware to be able to access that camera?

Rafael - KP4RV

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 Subject :Cisco phones 7940.. 2017-08-01- 04:22:52 
ve2rbb
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Joined: 2017-04-22- 22:34:49
Posts: 4
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Forum : How we used HSMM-MESH™
Topic : Cisco phones 7940

Hello All;

I have installed asterisk on raspberry pi3 vers 28-01-2017, the installation is working so I update the Module Admin and restart system ok and no erreur.

1- I install X-Lite on 2 computers extension 1- 500 and 2- 501 no problem ok.

2- So I have 10 Cisco 7940 (2 line) I have there or SIP extension so on Asterisk I create 1 extension 1000 Name Robert not problem.

3- So I plug the phone in mesh node the system give a IP address of 172.27.0.10 the asterisk is on the IP address 172.27.0.9 on the computer, I ping both IP address the computer confirmed 100% Received NO LOSS for asterisk and phone.

4- On the phone Cisco 7940, I can’t not figure out wat to set up for the 2 lines on this’s phones.

5- On the mesh node program; interface set at, BORTH; type TCP outside port, 80; lan ip 172.27.0.10; lan port 80 and click add; in the advertised service; name voIP-1 link x; http -80 click add save reboot. 6- Click on node status; service raspbx ok and working, but the voIP-01 (phone) I click and the system bris me to asterisk login!!! I need help, Thank you for you time,

73 from Robert ve2rbb email. va2dbj@ve2cyh.org

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Last Edited On: 2017-08-01- 04:24:30 By ve2rbb for the Reason
 Subject :Re:Internet Access Using Laptop With WiFi.. 2017-08-01- 03:54:22 
ve2rbb
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Joined: 2017-04-22- 22:34:49
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Forum : Applications
Topic : Internet Access Using Laptop With WiFi

Hello Frederick; I will give you this info; 1-In your 1 node plugin 1 cable cat5 in the WAN (Internet) in the bag, and de order in to your ATT router or switch or modem. 2-This par is importing go in the your 1 node Basig setup, In the Colom of WIFI DON’T NOT charge this configuration, 3-In the 2 Colom LAN this are my configuration I click on the scroll down and click on NAT the system set this protocells for me, for you the system mate change or not; A-LAN MODE; *NAT* B-IP Address; *172.27.0.1 C-Netmask; 255.255.255.0 D-DHCP Server; *Enable the box* E-DHCP Start; 5 F-SHCP End; 25 4-In the 3 Colom *WAN Protocol; DHCP DNS 1; 8.8.8.8 DNS 2; 8.8.4.4 Mesh Gateway; *Enable the Box* 5-Click on *Save Chages* 6-And click on *Reboot* this will tack 60 seconds to reboot wore 1 node. This end the configuration of your node 1 PS identified this node as Node 01 on this node, Or of the orders node no configuration to be done. Test plug your computer in your 2 node on 1 of 4 lines and click on wore internet and you will be able to go one. PS make chore your WIFI on your computer is OFF for this test thank you, if you have a problem email at va2dbj@ve2cyh.org 73 from Robert va2dbj
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 Subject :Can't Get Signal to the Neighbor.. 2017-07-24- 06:33:17 
N7AY
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Joined: 2017-06-23- 17:08:39
Posts: 1
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Forum : Antennae
Topic : Can't Get Signal to the Neighbor

I have two WRT54G routers configured with Hamnet - both in my home.  They seem to be running correctly and they see each other normally.  One is upstairs with a 20dB gain yagi connected to one antenna port and the other antenna port has the original antenna on it.

The yagi is pointed out a window toward my closest ham neighbor - clear line of site about 1/2 mile away.

In the house the Hamnet signal is the strongest signal present, beating my two in-home WiFi channels.  However, if I go out at the edge of the property (200') inline with the direction the yagi is pointing  with my laptop running a WiFi sniffer app the Hamnet signal doesn't make it any further than the regular WiFi signals, let along a half mile.

My understanding of this stuff is pretty weak but I was expecting to get a strong SSID broadcast off the end of that yagi - but it appears not.

I need some tips....


Thanks

Calvin - N7AY

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