[lug] Sean's geek travels.
nate at natetech.com
Wed Oct 17 16:37:55 MDT 2001
The ham repeater in question is not available in Boulder (the Flatirons
block the signal, but you can use it 100 miles in any other direction!
argh...), but I know we chatted privately about showing it off back when
the group was meeting at NIST, Wayde. You said a static non-firewalled IP
would be available. If one is available at the new meeting site along
with a relatively low-latency upstream connection (VoIP needs that,
kinda) I could bring a portable node using a couple of handheld radios
to demo it.
Chris R., is network available at the campus location that meets the
above requirements? Actually I can provide a list of the port numbers
that need to be open 2-way if possible, or I can work out a way to
"crossband repeat" from the Jeep inside to a handheld radio but that's
not as fun as getting to poke around with the machine, see the interface
board work, etc.
On Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 08:40:16AM -0600, J. Wayde Allen wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Nate Duehr wrote:
> > A club member right here, and also the owner/operator of Reflector #2!
> > :-)
> Hmmmm ... sounds like someone who maybe should consider giving a
> presentation to the group. Maybe show off what this can do ...?
> - Wayde
> (wallen at lug.boulder.co.us)
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