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 Subject :Re:ESP8266 and BBHN/HamNET.. 2019-03-31- 16:01:34 
KB5VSM
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Joined: 2012-04-26- 20:51:24
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Forum : Hardware
Topic : ESP8266 and BBHN/HamNET

This link might be of interest to configure the ESP8266 for mesh networks:

https://www.esp8266.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=16449


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 Subject :Request for Tunnel Server... 2019-03-29- 09:43:57 
AD4TH
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Joined: 2019-03-05- 14:17:21
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Forum : General
Topic : Request for Tunnel Server.

Just getting started and thus far having a great time meshing. I'm located at a remote location to other mesher's and was wondering if anyone would offer tunnel access.

My info AD4TH-0 email ssshoema@gmail.com.

Thanks in advance!!

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 Subject :Looking for tunnel server... 2019-03-28- 11:09:44 
AD4TH
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Joined: 2019-03-05- 14:17:21
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Forum : How we used HSMM-MESH™
Topic : Looking for tunnel server.

Just getting started and thus far having a great time meshing. I'm located at a remote location to other mesher's and was wondering if anyone would offer tunnel access.

My info AD4TH-0 email ssshoema@gmail.com.

Thanks in advance!!


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 Subject :Hamnet over 70cm : NPR (New Packet Radio).. 2019-03-23- 22:41:24 
F4HDK
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Joined: 2019-03-19- 23:49:15
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Topic : Hamnet over 70cm : NPR (New Packet Radio)

Hello,

I am Guillaume, Callsign F4HDK, from France.


I have developped a solution to carry bi directional IP trafic over 70cm links, in a "point to multipoint" topology.

The goal is to increase the range of Hamnet-HSMM networks, at lower datarates (up to 500kbps).

I hope this will interest some people here.

https://hackaday.io/project/164092-npr-new-packet-radio


Do not hesitate to ask questions about it.


73,

Guillaume F4HDK

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 Subject :Re:Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH User.. 2019-03-20- 14:06:48 
W6BI
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Joined: 2014-02-09- 17:12:43
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Location: Simi Valley, California
 
Forum : High Desert / San Bernardino County, CA
Topic : Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Subject :Re:Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Dave, pretty much everyone has migrated to the AREDN platform now, as far as I can see. They support Ubiquiti, Mikrotik and TP-Link hardware now, and some of it is very affordable. Check out arednmesh.org 73 Orv W6BI
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 Subject :... 2019-03-17- 08:19:48 
ke4tlc
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Topic : Looking for a tunnel server

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 Subject :... 2019-03-17- 08:19:48 
ke4tlc
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 Subject :... 2019-03-17- 08:19:47 
ke4tlc
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 Subject :Re:Looking for a tunnel server.. 2019-03-17- 08:19:27 
ke4tlc
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Topic : Looking for a tunnel server

I just installed the Tunnel server. When i click to the tunnel server from the admin page on node it says VPN software needs to be installed.
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 Subject :Re:Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH User.. 2019-02-27- 10:15:44 
W6DPS
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Joined: 2014-01-25- 19:09:19
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Location: Barstow, California
 
Forum : High Desert / San Bernardino County, CA
Topic : Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Subject :Re:Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Anyone still around? I have three Linksys routers, that I have mostly used for testing and playing around. I have thought of moving to AREDN, but my priority for all new equipment is pretty low...
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 Subject :Re:Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH User.. 2019-02-27- 10:15:36 
W6DPS
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Location: Barstow, California
 
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Topic : Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Subject :Re:Re:Welcome, Victorville, Adelanto, Hesperia and SBDO HSMM-MESH Users!

Anyone still around? I have three Linksys routers, that I have mostly used for testing and playing around. I have thought of moving to AREDN, but my priority for all new equipment is pretty low...
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 Subject :Re:BBHN Vital Signs?.. 2019-02-03- 10:07:38 
W6BI
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Joined: 2014-02-09- 17:12:43
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Location: Simi Valley, California
 
Forum : General
Topic : BBHN Vital Signs?

Seriously - BBHN was a great start to ham radio networking. But time marches on. The AREDN code supports three different brands across four different ham bands now, over 50 different products. Plus they're all POE, outdoor (weatherproofed) products, and support MIMO (multiple input/multiple output) - for any given SNR a MIMO device will give you double the throughput. Most have built-in gain antennas and they all have about 10 dB higher power output than the WRTG product line.
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 Subject :Re:BBHN Vital Signs?.. 2019-01-24- 05:17:12 
W6BI
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Joined: 2014-02-09- 17:12:43
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Location: Simi Valley, California
 
Forum : General
Topic : BBHN Vital Signs?

http://www.arednmesh.org is where the action is now.
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 Subject :BBHN Vital Signs?.. 2019-01-23- 10:00:50 
N7AY
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Joined: 2017-06-23- 17:08:39
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Topic : BBHN Vital Signs?

I've only been mildly into BBHM so far.  Recently started tinkering with my two nodes again.  Came here for help.  This forum kind of looks like a ghost town, only two posts here this year (so far).  Is BBHN dead or is there another forum elsewhere with more activity?

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 Subject :BBHN Bridge to Buffalo NAS.. 2019-01-20- 19:49:25 
N7AY
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Joined: 2017-06-23- 17:08:39
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Forum : Problems & Answers
Topic : BBHN Bridge to Buffalo NAS

I’ve got two mesh nodes up and running on a pair of Linksys routers.  They see each other fine and are running normally.  The primary router is connected to a Win7 PC and the secondary router is connected to a Buffalo NAS device.  My intent is to use the NAS box for additional storage space for the PC but putting the secondary router and NAS box in another building about 100 ft away.  (Right now they are a few feet apart while I get it working)

The secondary router status page shows the NAS device has been given an IP address via DHCP.  I’ve added a port forward to the secondary router for port 9000 (used by the NAS box).

I’m still lacking something as my discovery program running on my PC can’t find the NAS box.

Would one of you kind soles be willing to give me some pointers on how to properly set this up?

Thanks


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 Subject :Re:Introduction and Thanks.. 2019-01-13- 13:28:45 
kc2mha
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Joined: 2018-11-26- 18:49:19
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Forum : Eastern New York
Topic : Introduction and Thanks

Any current active nodes in Capital region? I’m looking to turn up a node in Rexford area.
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 Subject :Re:How to remove my node from Google map.. 2018-12-27- 07:45:11 
KD8REK
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Topic : How to remove my node from Google map

Jim, I've moved my node but you must not have received my emails. New location is 39.428240,-84.484220. Nothing else changes. jsb KD8REK
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 Subject :Re:How to remove my node from Google map.. 2018-12-27- 07:44:13 
KD8REK
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Topic : How to remove my node from Google map

Sorry about the multiple copies...I kept hitting 'submit' but nothing seemed to be happening.

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 Subject :Re:How to remove my node from Google map.. 2018-12-27- 07:44:02 
KD8REK
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Topic : How to remove my node from Google map

Jim, I've moved my node but you must not have received my emails. New location is 39.428240,-84.484220. Nothing else changes. jsb KD8REK
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 Subject :Re:How to remove my node from Google map.. 2018-11-11- 01:44:43 
n9mxq
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Joined: 2013-06-30- 16:16:11
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Location: Belvidere IL
Forum : General
Topic : How to remove my node from Google map

Thanks Jim.
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