Re: [Debconf-team] [Debconf11-localteam] Network equipment
I'm ex Genelec employee and I can get anything. I have something of my
own equipment 5-6 APs (mikrotik, TPLink), 24x 100Mbit switch, few
crimp tools...I will check today how much WRTs I can borrow or rent
here in my town :)
Also I have contacts in many IT companies so I will call to check is
there interest to support us with equipment.
2011/6/8 Adnan Hodzic <email@example.com>:
> Out of the ones you listed I've got good contacts with Genelec.
> Sent using Android (Nexus S)
> On Jun 8, 2011 5:44 PM, "Marinko Tarlać" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I'll see with Sarnet what can be done and do they have any equipment for
>> this purpose. I'm not sure but I think they will provide a RJ45 socket
>> and that is it.
>> We need to find all other equipment.
>> I wanted to say that devices which can support openwrt are not so easy
>> to find here. As I know, the distributors are working mostly with Asus,
>> Netgear, UBNT, D-Link and TP Link equipment.
>> Flashing devices can be the problem (Warranty void if removed) so
>> dealers won't be interested for borrowing.
>> Building the permanent wireless network inside is a good idea but as I
>> know the venue should be renovated next year.
>> Also, the good idea would be to connect DIVA and dealers directly
>> without any resellers between them (KIMTEC Vitez, PIN Computers Banja
>> Luka, Genelec Tuzla, etc) so the the prices would be better (which means
>> more money for food and beer :) ).
>> On 06/08/2011 04:51 PM, Adnan Hodzic wrote:
>>> Also, have you talked to SARNET regarding this, they are the ones
>>> providing us with uplink, so they also might help us out with
>>> equipment. Marinko try contacting SARNET just say you're in front of
>>> On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 2:44 PM, Philip Hands<email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> On Wed, 08 Jun 2011 15:23:17 +0200, Marinko Tarlać<firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>>> OpenWRT APs are rare here and I'll see what can be found.
>>>> Just in case you'd misunderstood -- they don't have to have OpenWRT on
>>>> them when we get them -- we normally end up flashing them at the start
>>>> of DebCamp, so they just need to be known to work with OpenWRT:
>>>> I note that Torouter are focusing on this at present:
>>>> which seems like a decent spec, but is perhaps more than we need -- on
>>>> the other hand, if they don't cost too much more than whatever else we
>>>> might buy, these will be worth keeping or will be tempting items to
>>>> sell, or to give out as prizes at the end of DebConf.
>>>> BTW would the government appreciate having the building wired for WiFi?
>>>> If so, we could try to make a more permanent job of it.
>>>> Cheers, Phil.
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