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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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Last Edited On: 2017-08-11- 11:37:52 By KP4RV for the Reason
 Subject :Cisco phones 7940.. 2017-08-01- 04:22:52 
ve2rbb
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Joined: 2017-04-22- 22:34:49
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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
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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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 Subject :Re:Philly area nodes???.. 2017-07-18- 09:26:20 
K3MEB
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Joined: 2014-04-19- 20:23:56
Posts: 10
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Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Philly area nodes???

Yes, still interested although after scoping out my QTH is not a very good location, I'm kind of low.  I'll need to get some others involved to have decent coverage.

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 Subject :Re:Philly area nodes???.. 2017-07-18- 09:26:02 
K3MEB
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Joined: 2014-04-19- 20:23:56
Posts: 10
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Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Philly area nodes???

Yes, still interested although after scoping out my QTH is not a very good location, I'm kind of low.  I'll need to get some others involved to have decent coverage.

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 Subject :Re:Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area.. 2017-07-18- 06:08:26 
N3XKD
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Joined: 2016-06-20- 09:33:02
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Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area

Joe, 

 Do you know Rick Blank WB3BSA ? 

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 Subject :Re:Philly area nodes???.. 2017-07-18- 05:42:41 
N3XKD
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Joined: 2016-06-20- 09:33:02
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Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Philly area nodes???

Ed, 

   Are you still interested in getting a mesh going in the Philadelphia area ? I'm on the other side of philly in new jersey north of center city.  

-John 

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 Subject :Re:Re:Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area.. 2017-07-18- 05:20:31 
N3XKD
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Joined: 2016-06-20- 09:33:02
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Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area

Joe, I can't see much at ground level. But I think that I can get enough height for the antenna to be able to see the buildings in center city.
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 Subject :Re:Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area.. 2017-07-18- 04:08:48 
W3JY
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Joined: 2013-01-23- 15:23:08
Posts: 15
Location: Malvern Pa USA FN20ga
Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area

John, it never really formed. I've got a bullet with a vertical omni on my rooftop but our wooded terrain doesn't support long paths. There is a RocketM5 on the roof of Fair Acres in Lima, Delaware County but it's pointed the wrong way for you. What do you see across the river? Joe
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 Subject :Re:Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area.. 2017-07-18- 03:18:21 
N3XKD
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Joined: 2016-06-20- 09:33:02
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Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area

I am east of Philadelphia on the very northern edge of FM29mx. Is this community still active ?
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 Subject :Re:Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area.. 2017-07-18- 03:18:16 
N3XKD
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Joined: 2016-06-20- 09:33:02
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Forum : Philadelphia
Topic : Let's build this in the Phila / Southern NJ area

I am east of Philadelphia on the very nothern edge of FM29mx. Is this community still active ?
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 Subject :Newbee checking in.. 2017-07-05- 20:51:36 
W3FAW
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Joined: 2016-05-13- 02:45:45
Posts: 11
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Forum : General
Topic : Newbee checking in

Hi all, thanks for having this forum.

I have all of the components needed to get "on the air" just overcoming inertia.

I have a NanoStationLoco and over 700 feet of cat5 outdoor wire (grey)

I have a WRT54GL with Hamnet firmware installed and several hundred feet of RG6 coax and a 15db gain vertical antenna.

And I have 2 Xeon servers running Ubuntu Server with GUI.

I see one station on Googlemaps that I might be able to hit.

So please tell me to get off my a$$ and get to work.

I have many questions however. Even though I'm a retired Unix sysadmin I am very rusty since that was almost 30 years ago.

For openers, where does the DHCP take place? What do I have to do? Which IP addresses?

Thanks for any comments and support. 73, Jim W3FAW

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 Subject :Shack LAN access for WRT54 BBHN node?.. 2017-06-20- 03:48:10 
W8AWT
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Joined: 2015-01-24- 18:52:52
Posts: 10
Location: Superior Twp., Michigan, USA-- EN82eh
 
Forum : Problems & Answers
Topic : Shack LAN access for WRT54 BBHN node?

Hello All,

I got a WRT54G at Hamvention this year and after updating and basically setting it up thru the WAN port, I am trying to find a way to connect to it thru wired Ethernet. I have an old 5 plus uplink port Cisco hub that I using to bring the Internet to a couple of Raspberry PIs in the shack. I would like to find some way of getting the internet to it so that I can play with packages. I tried to connect the WAN port to one of the five ports on the hub but although the node seemed to realize it was connected to something, neither my router nor my PIs can see it. I thought this would work because it is my understanding that the WAN port has a DHCP client to facilitate internet connected nodes. Does the node WAN port not accept incoming connections?

I would like to have my node connected to my shack LAN so that I can admin it from all of my computers and have unencrypted internet access on it for package management and possibly tunneling.

73,

Augustine W8AWT

@augustinewtab on Twitter

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Potential mesher in Superior Twp., MI-- EN82eh.
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 Subject :Re:Internet Access Using Laptop With WiFi.. 2017-06-11- 12:36:45 
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

I fink i fond the solution i have modems name is ve2rbb-home so this is haw i connect to the modem & internet; 1 cable from the swish to the modem on WAN 2 cable from the lane 1 to the computer In the programme of the modem Port Forwarding Interface; Type; Out port; Lan Ip; Lan Port; Wifi tcp 80 local node 80 Save changer And now i aver internet working so I ave a 2 modem name CE2CYH-LEGION I plug the cable in 1 of 4 lines and I have internet. I need a confirmation of this procedure thank you 73 from Robert ve2rbb Va2dbj@ve2cyh.org
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 Subject :Re:Internet Access Using Laptop With WiFi.. 2017-06-11- 08:27:05 
ve2rbb
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Forum : Applications
Topic : Internet Access Using Laptop With WiFi

Hello Frederick; I nide help to actevet the internet on my linck 54g i am the port forwarding i am loss cane help me please thank you 73 ve2rbb Robert va2dbj@ve2cyh.org
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 Subject :Re:W5HTF Node Observed from Pikes Peak.. 2017-06-05- 10:33:22 
W5HTF
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Joined: 2015-05-16- 21:20:54
Posts: 10
Location: Aurora, CO
Forum : Colorado
Topic : W5HTF Node Observed from Pikes Peak

Basically you just have to flash the device with the older firmware before you can flash it with the BBHN software. I got nervous the first time I did it but after 3 nodes now it is easy.
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 Subject :EdgeRouter X as Tunnel Server.. 2017-06-04- 13:00:06 
W9HDG
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Joined: 2013-08-20- 10:35:21
Posts: 17
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Forum : General
Topic : EdgeRouter X as Tunnel Server

Good Evening Everyone!

First off, if this has been answered someplace else, I appologize for not being able to find it. My google-fu appears to have failed me this evening.

I live in the middle of rural northern Wisconsin and am looking to setup a tunnel server to allow some other rural, out of RF range hams to connect to my Mesh network in order for us to play/drum up interest in the system in the hopes that other hams in the area will become interested once they see the system in action.

What I'm wondering is this. I have an EdgeRouter X as my home router (core router if you will) and it currently is acting as an OpenVPN server (listening on interface vtun0) for my home network and does a reasonable job at it. I'm also sure I can add other virtual tunnel interfaces (vtun1 for example) that the Mesh Tunnel server could listen in on. I'm just wondering about the particulars of the tunnel server/client (protocol, etc) and if anyone else has already done this and could point me in the right direction that would be awesome as well!

Anyway, I hope everyone is having a great evening!

Thanks and 73,

de W9HDG

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 Subject :Re:Doing my part to improve HSMM-Mesh availability in LA.. 2017-06-04- 12:00:40 
KM6KVF
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Joined: 2017-06-02- 16:13:17
Posts: 1
Location
Forum : L.A./SoCal
Topic : Doing my part to improve HSMM-Mesh availability in LA

I just got my Tech license and have some Ubiquiti hardware I'd like to deploy as BBHM nodes. I have a location near where N Main St crosses the LA River. I have a NanoStation Loco M5 that should easily see downtown.

Ultimately I'd like to try to link to another location in Highland Park (York Blvd side)

In total I have the following equipment to work with:

1 Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP Titanium

1 Ubiquiti PicoStation M2HP

2 NanoStation Loco M5's

4 WRT54GL's

Bins of assorted IP/Telco hardware I have fiddled with over the years.

Let's link up!

-Marty





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 Subject :Saw nodes in the Bernal Heights / Mission area today.. 2017-05-28- 16:45:57 
N2TIQ
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Joined: 2012-03-26- 15:15:39
Posts: 5
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Forum : SFBay Area
Topic : Saw nodes in the Bernal Heights / Mission area today

Hi,

  I put up a new node today on channel 1 and saw someone playing around with a bunch of nodes around 6pm today. They look like they are down now, but on the off chance that you read this, drop me a line.


Jeff N2TIQ

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