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 Subject :HSSM-MESH cell phone app?.. 2017-01-07- 07:40:41 
KF7TUC
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Forum : Developer's Forum
Topic : HSSM-MESH cell phone app?

I'm sure it must have been considered, but it seems like the logical next step would be a cell phone app providing hundreds of thousands of internet connected nodes, and give new life to old unused cell phones.

It should be easy to do on rooted-jail broke phones, and may even be possible on unmodified cell phones.. anybody know any cell phone app dev's? or have input on this idea?

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 Subject :Is this possible?.. 2017-01-05- 07:45:13 
AC4M
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Topic : Is this possible?

Is it possible to connect to Broadband Hamnet router to a drone aircraft? I was hoping maybe have a small hive to control drone and receive video, but not sure if a drone could even connect to a hamnet modified router or not. 

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 Subject :Re:Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP.. 2017-01-01- 15:50:39 
KB5LNC
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Joined: 2012-04-09- 20:28:15
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Location: Stafford, VA
 
Forum : UBNT Firmware
Topic : Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP

Disregard, I figured out what it was and updated two nodes.  

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 Subject :Re:Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP.. 2017-01-01- 15:49:15 
KB5LNC
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Forum : UBNT Firmware
Topic : Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP

Disregard, I figured out what it was and update two nodes.  

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 Subject :Re:WiFi AP Recommendations.. 2017-01-01- 13:20:59 
KI6MLU
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Joined: 2014-11-17- 22:57:17
Posts: 18
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Forum : General
Topic : WiFi AP Recommendations

Donald, I agree that connecting an off-the-shelf wi-fi router in order to get access to the mesh is easy to do. But that assumes that you have the resources--and the proper power sources available. Our club supports a number of off-the-grid exercises such as EMCOMM, SAR, marathon races, etc. Because we're volunteers, the participants may change from one event to another and sometimes we don't know until shortly before the event starts (or in the case of SAR, not until we arrive on site) what the mesh equipment needs are or what the equipment availability is. My experience is that we have plenty of mesh nodes (because everyone brings two or three nodes) but not enough access points. In that case, it is far easier to go into the setup screen and repurpose a node to make it an access point than it is to try to reinstall the factory firmware. Then the next time you need a node, it is easy to go back to the setup screen and change it back to a node. Russ
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 Subject :file transfer.. 2017-01-01- 11:39:26 
kd5hcv
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Joined: 2012-03-14- 19:13:25
Posts: 1
Location: Austin, TX
Forum : General
Topic : file transfer

What do i need to send a file such as a text file from one computer to another using mesh without using some kind of chat program like MIRC?

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 Subject :WebAdmin please help! Can't modify my profile... 2017-01-01- 10:25:11 
VE3OY
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Joined: 2016-12-28- 14:47:45
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Topic : WebAdmin please help! Can't modify my profile.

I've tried adding an avatar, entering my location, entering in a signature ...

nothing gets recorded, and I always get an error.

[SNIP]

  • Warning! - Failed to move file.
  • Unable to upload file

[/SNIP]

WebAdmin?  Moderator?  Someone??

Thanks,

Matt

VE3OY


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 Subject :Re:Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP.. 2016-12-31- 08:00:00 
KB5LNC
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Location: Stafford, VA
 
Forum : UBNT Firmware
Topic : Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP

I have a Rocket M2 flashed with 1.1.2 and have tried every password I can think I may have used. 

I tried 5 seconds on the reset button on the device, but nothing seems to change.  Any ideas how the reset/recover the password for this device? 

I have it currently connected to a windows 10 machine...

Thanks,

Ron

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 Subject :Re:Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP.. 2016-12-31- 07:59:36 
KB5LNC
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Forum : UBNT Firmware
Topic : Password recovery on Ubiquiti Bullet M2HP


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 Subject :Webserver.. 2016-12-29- 16:44:57 
KY6M
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Joined: 2012-03-02- 11:44:43
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Forum : How we used HSMM-MESH™
Topic : Webserver

Hi,

I've been out of the loop for quite some time. I just flashed 3 of my routers that had the old Hamnet firmware on them to 3.1. So I am considering myself 'back in the loop'! I was a webmaster  for a long time and I was wondering why not install a full blown webserver on a laptop (i.e. XAMPP, etc.). Once you have a webserver there are tons of applications that can be added, email, BBS, etc. That is where I am hoping to head on my end. I don't really have anyone in my area doing Ham Broadband. I am hoping to get a webserver up and running on my node with a couple of external antennas and then encourage some other local hams to join me.


Jim

KY6M

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 Subject :Re:Can't edit anything on my profle?.. 2016-12-29- 13:35:24 
VE3OY
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Topic : Can't edit anything on my profle?

I seem to have the same problem with my profile as well. Help!
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 Subject :Toronto Mesh.. 2016-12-29- 11:35:03 
VE3OY
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Joined: 2016-12-28- 14:47:45
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Forum : Ontario Canada
Topic : Toronto Mesh

Hello to one and all Meshers in Ontario!

Many years ago now, I was involved with a great group of HAM's who managed to

put together a fairly robust (but slow) network for data.  The network spanned from

Niagara Falls to Ottawa, and also north into Barrie and further.

Speeds for user access were a staggering 1200 baud, while some of the backbone

links managed to get up to 19,200 baud over fair distances.

With the Internet's birth, packet radio soon withered and died.

There are still some AX.25 nodes alive, but they are few and far between.


Well, my interest in Amateur data communications has brought me into HSMM!

After doing a fair amount of reading, I have as of today erected a node in central Toronto.

The site is located just east of Allen Road & Eglinton, with an elevation of roughly 150 feet.

(43.703782, -79.422005)  It's a good site, and I used to run VA3BBS:BBSBBS from.

The node is listening to the west, and is fairly deaf to the east ... for now.

The equipment so far is very simple ... an Ubiquiti NanoStation M2.

My node is running the latest AREDN firmware, and the node name is VE3XPG.

KEEP AN EYE OPEN FOR ME!

If the maps are reasonably accurate there are nodes to both my west and east,

but there is a large gap in the middle (central Toronto).

I may be able to plug that hole ... or more likely ... connect the East to the West!!


I have a long history in the I.T. field so networking is nothing new to me,

but I am not about to jump into this with both feet until I see some activity

from the rest of the community.  The last post here is almost a year old!


Here is hoping I hear back from some other Mesher's in the near furture!

Matt

VE3OY

Cheers!

=:o)


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Last Edited On: 2017-01-15- 18:10:00 By VE3OY for the Reason
 Subject :WiFi AP Recommendations.. 2016-12-24- 10:05:57 
VA7IQ
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Topic : WiFi AP Recommendations

In the HSMM-Mesh software (Linksys) there is an Access Point (AP) defined. A bit tricky to use, but it does work, at least most of the time.  ;-)

My question to everyone is whether there really is any reason to not just connect any wireless router as an access point and to hook it into the mesh router? The more I think of it, I cannot tell why a Mesh AP is useful, but I may be missing something.

Perhaps there are config things to consider like DHCP, timing, gateway definition and so on -- but that shouldn't be much different than having tiered routers.

Any insights?

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 Subject :dupe.. 2016-12-24- 10:05:29 
VA7IQ
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Last Edited On: 2016-12-24- 10:08:48 By VA7IQ for the Reason
 Subject :RI mesh meeting 1/14/2017.. 2016-12-19- 08:18:55 
w9gyr
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Joined: 2013-06-25- 14:14:43
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Location: Rhode Island FN41gt
 
Forum : Rhode Island
Topic : RI mesh meeting 1/14/2017

We're holding the next RI area mesh meeting on Saturday, January 14th at 10:30 am. The location is Ladd Observatory at Brown University at 210 Doyle Ave. Providence RI 02906.


I'll be listening in on the KA1RCI repeater network before the meeting if you need directions. 145.350 / 144.750 with PL 67.0

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 Subject :Re:Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-15- 01:05:16 
KF5JIM
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Joined: 2013-07-17- 12:13:36
Posts: 250
Location: Nederland
Forum : VoIP
Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

One thing I notice that could very well be causing the problem is that your phone's Application Load ID is for SCCP and not SIP. Thus, changing the TFTP server IPs and unlocking configurations is a little different (If I recall correctly: **#) as well as explaining why it is looking for a SEP## instead of a SIP## file.

Take a look at the video here for changing from SCCP to SIP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=690-4S2CS5U. Let me know how it goes!

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Last Edited On: 2016-12-15- 01:11:49 By KF5JIM for the Reason
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 Subject :Re:NanoStation M2 - is this the bootloader problem/aftermath.. 2016-12-12- 14:13:55 
KF4HJW
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Joined: 2016-05-21- 21:28:57
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Forum : Hardware
Topic : NanoStation M2 - is this the bootloader problem/aftermath

I just tried these instructions and got no luck it stayed the latest version on nanostation m2 any other suggestions?
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 Subject :Re:5 Linksys routers for sale.. 2016-12-12- 08:12:56 
KE8CEH
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Topic : 5 Linksys routers for sale

Are these still available? I'd be very interested if you were willing to wait until just after the holidays, but would be willing to make a purchase sooner. Do they also have the AC adapters?


73,
Mike - KE8CEH

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 Subject :Re:Sacramento.. 2016-12-11- 09:09:25 
K6MEC
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Forum : SFBay Area
Topic : Sacramento

I'm down here in Tracy, and don't see any coverage in my area. I've like to see if I can extend and connect the Bay Area to us here in the central valley. If anyone is interested in helping me connect to Sac or "over the hump" to Livermore, let me know! I'll be setting up an Ubiquiti NanoStation M5 (22dbi) on 5Ghz.
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 Subject :Re:Sacramento.. 2016-12-11- 09:08:48 
K6MEC
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Forum : SFBay Area
Topic : Sacramento

I'm down here in Tracy, and don't see any coverage in my area. I've like to see if I can extend and connect the Bay Area to us here in the central valley. If anyone is interested in helping me connect to Sac or "over the hump" to Livermore, let me know! I'll be setting up an Ubiquiti NanoStation M5 (22dbi) on 5Ghz.
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