If you are looking for software updates for the Fiber Store switch lines then here you go:
Over the years many MidWestern WISPS have fashioned ways to use Harvestore silos for broadcast locations. With the help of one of our good clients, who did most of the work designing this, we were able to install a very solid structure on the top of a silo.
Please note. These photos were taken before wiring and final touches were installed. The backhaul dishes all need tie-backs to help prevent them from twisting in the wind. This was the biggest thing not shown in the photos.
What’s new in 7.1rc1 (2021-Aug-19 13:06):
!) added support for IPv6 NAT (CLI only);
!) added support for L2TPv3 (CLI only);
*) added “expired” user status with suggestion to change password (WinBox v3.29 required);
*) added bridge HW offload support for vlan-filtering on RTL8367 switch chip (RB4011, RB1100AHx4);
*) added password strength requirement settings;
*) added skin support for WinBox (WinBox v3.29 required);
*) fixed support for RIP (Routing Information Protocol);
*) improved general stability and performance;
*) other minor fixes and improvements;
UPDATE: Cambium has extended this to January, 31 2022.
On July 1, 2021 Cambium will update the certificate for https://cloud.cambiumnetworks.com 14 to use a new Certificate Authority. All cnMaestro managed devices without the updated Root CA certificate will fail to connect to the cnMaestro Cloud service. Please see the following Field Service Bulletin (FSB) for ePMP upgrade instructions.
As of the bulletin the minimum softwar versions to support the new certificate are:
Family Model Version
cnMatrix cnMatrix EX2K 2.1-r5
cnPilot R200, R200P 4.6-R16
cnPilot R201, R201P 4.6-R16
cnPilot R190V, R190W 4.6-R16
cnPilot e400/e500 126.96.36.199-r3
cnPilot e410/e430w/e600 188.8.131.52-r3
cnPilot R195P 4.7-R6
cnPilot R195W 4.6-R16
cnPilot e501S/e502S 184.108.40.206-r3
cnPilot e700 220.127.116.11-r3
cnPilot e425/e505 4.1-r3
cnPilot e510 18.104.22.168-r3
Sierra 800 1.1-r3
Tyndall 101 1.1-r3
cnReach N500 5.2.18h
Enterprise WiFi 6
Hotspot ePMP 1000 Hotspot 22.214.171.124-r1
ePMP 1000, Force 180/200 4.5.0
ePMP 2000 4.5.0
ePMP Elevate XM/XW 4.5.0
ePMP Force 190 4.5.0
ePMP Force 300 4.5.0
ePMP PTP 550 4.5.0
ePMP MP 3000 4.5.0
ePMP PTP 550 E 4.5.0
ePMP Elevate SXGLITE5 4.5.0
ePMP Elevate LHG5 4.5.0
ePMP 3000 4.5.0
PMP 450i, PMP 450, PMP
450m, PMP 430 SM 20.0 Beta-6
PTP 450, PTP 450i, PMP 450
Retro 20.0 Beta-6
Micro-pop Omni/Sector 20.0 Beta-6
PTP 650 650-01-50
PTP 670 (650 Emulation) 670-01-50,
PTP 670, PTP 700 700-03-11
More Wireless Internet and Ham Radio photos from the archives. WISP installs.
Some various install photos over the years. Mainly wireless Internet but some ham radio and two-way stuff in here. Some of the quality isn’t so great due to the age of the photos.
Some water tower install photos from the archives. These are mainly WISP antennas and equipment on various water towers.
Magnet mount for a wireless antenna. This particular mount has a Ubiquiti dish on it.
This “enclosure” was my first attempt at being a Wireless ISP with no budget. The problem I was trying to solve was putting a waverider Subscriber module on top of a 150 grain leg. The Waverider unit was designed for indoor use. You would mount the unit indoors and then run hardline out to your antenna. In our use case, the 160 foot run of hardline would have caused too much loss.
So before you is the solution. We put an APC battery backup, netgear dumb switch, and a few POEs inside a cooler. A hole was then drilled in the side to pass ethernet and power cables through. This hole was then foamed and further sealed with silicone. This lasted for many years.