http://www.dailywireless.org/2009/11/30/mexican-wimax-network-to-serve-23-cities/ Mexican communications firm MVS Comunicaciones has reached a preliminary agreement with Clearwire and Intel to invest $700 million in a WiMAX network covering 23 cities, reports Bloomberg.
Archive for November, 2009
To have a basic foundation for your network you should have the following BackEnd systems: 1. Monitoring. 2.Technical Support Tracking (aka trouble ticket) 3.Billing (you want to get paid right?) There are other systems & functionality you can add in as you grow but the above 3 are the most important. Now let’s discuss them. [...]
As IPV4 space becomes more and more scarce small operators are faced how to make their IP space stretch as far as they can. One way to do this in a routed WISP environment is to do NAT translation on a per pop basis. I have put together a Visio diagram to illustrate this. The [...]
When changes are made to a BGP session the changes are not activated until the BGP peering is reset. When the session is reset the routing tables are exchanged. This can cause interruptions. This is where soft reconfiguration helps. Changes can activated without clearing the entire session. There are two types of soft reconfiguration. Inbound [...]
Bandwidth is a big hurdle most aspiring WISPs face. The reason is if high-speed alternatives were already in place, the need for a WISP would not be as great. Sure there are business models in which the WISP can compete with other high-speed solutions. However, the bread and butter of a WISP is going into [...]
As we work on the Redundancy series we are finding several topics carry over into how to start a Wireless ISP. As such we will be launching a new series on starting a WISP. If anyone has questions they are wondering please let us know.
Main fixes would benefit anyone running BGP or OSPF on router OS. Get the torrent from http://www.mikrotik.com/download