On at last - more
Thu, 6 Jul 2000 11:19:29 -0700
On Wed, 05 Jul 2000, Bill Vodall wrote:
> Finally, I have a dedicated Linux box on the Wetnet
> network. It's taken 3+ years in Redmond and even
> a new home for a place to set up some antennas.
> Configuring a Linux box for Wetnet is a bit tricky.
> At lease in JNOS everything is in one file.
> DNS on RF might be a bit flakey. I think I'm going to
> cheat. Will use the ISP's DNS as a backup and poke a
> single hole in the routing for it.
> Wetnet (18.104.22.168) is the primary DNS? Or is it
> Northgate - 22.214.171.124?
Normally Northgate should work, it's configured as a cacheing
secondary and uses Wetnet as it's primary.
However, go ahead and cheat until we can figure out a way to
get wetnet better connected on 110 lan. Right now the rf path is
really acting flaky.
> So far I'm stricly on Northgate UHF with a Kentronics
> Dataengine and D410 radio. Four serial ports with
> dual TNC's per port. Eight links should be enough to
> keep things interesting in the future..
One would think so. :-)
> Antenna is an omni Comet GP-6 that's too low. Current
> ping test results:
> 100 56 byte packets to Northgate - 84 %
> 100 56 byte packets to Wetnet - 73 %
> 100 240 byte packets to Northgate - 71 %
> 100 240 byte packets to Wetnet - 35 %
Yup, Wetnet has a problem with Northgate. It started a month or
so ago and we speculate that it's do to the time of year, trees etc.
We just don't have enough link margin on that path.
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