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9 Jan 2020
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13:36:33@dman36:matrix.orgdman36CAMBIUM VS SIKLU ?? I see alot of other manufactures talked about in the room. I'm looking to put up a wireless network in a very condensed urban area. I've been researching multiple manufactures however cambium and siklu keep popping on the radar. Any thoughts on either??
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18:17:40@graham:castleton.esGraham dman36: For backhaul? Either will probably work for you, depends on what you're trying to do exactly.
21:16:09@dman36:matrix.orgdman36Not backhaul as I have fiber on premise. PTP and PTMP configurations. I looked at an Ignitenet solution however was warned about support. Was told cambium is good however Siklu would be the best product for the solution. I have not worked with any of this equipment and was looking for second opinions from actual users.
21:17:26@graham:castleton.esGrahamIf you can afford it Siklu should work well for you over short distances.
22:37:05@dman36:matrix.orgdman36Thanks Graham - I'll give it a go!
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15 Jan 2020
17:49:53@dman36:matrix.orgdman36Looking for Insurance for my WISP any suggestions what type or coverage is standard or mandatory?
20:21:52@graham:castleton.esGraham dman36: I'm not aware of any strict insurance requirements. You'll want insurance if you're doing physical work though - if you drop a ladder on someone's new car you'll want insurance to cover that, for example. If you're employing your own tower climbers the tower companies will want to see insurance certificates before you start any work. How much varies a little bit based on the area and the tower company. I don't have any specific insurance company recommendations - any company that does business insurance should be able to help you find what you need. Just price a different ones out to get a feel for the costs.
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22:38:22@jozef7:matrix.orgJozefHello! Came accross your website a few months ago. Been looking into the UI stuff. One thing I cant get my headaround is how the bandwidth is split up per user. Say you have a 1gbps line to 500 customers at peak. Does it split it equally or is it different per demand? Also, what are the limitations for accesss points. Are you able to serve say 100 customers over a 3km range in a 30deg segment? UI doesnt go into detail for this and so I thought that Id ask here!
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22:47:34@graham:castleton.esGraham
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Hello! Came accross your website a few months ago. Been looking into the UI stuff. One thing I cant get my headaround is how the bandwidth is split up per user. Say you have a 1gbps line to 500 customers at peak. Does it split it equally or is it different per demand? Also, what are the limitations for accesss points. Are you able to serve say 100 customers over a 3km range in a 30deg segment? UI doesnt go into detail for this and so I thought that Id ask here!
The number of customers you can serve on a 1gbit line depends on the average usage rate per customer at peak time. This will vary depending on your customer base, but will probably be between 3 and 5 mbps per customer.
22:48:00@graham:castleton.esGrahamI would only count on 15-30 customers per Uniquitui access point.
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19 Jan 2020
20:06:31@jozef7:matrix.orgJozefOkay thanks, I've read that somewhere too. What about speeds/throughput?
21:10:19@jozef7:matrix.orgJozef
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Okay thanks, I've read that somewhere too. What about speeds/throughput?
Sorry - didn't notice the start of your message.
21:13:59@jozef7:matrix.orgJozef
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The number of customers you can serve on a 1gbit line depends on the average usage rate per customer at peak time. This will vary depending on your customer base, but will probably be between 3 and 5 mbps per customer.
So if I understand correctly, the usage per customer at peak is about 5mbps, is this based off your own experiences?
So will we be able to offer 100mbps speeds to say 200 customers on one leased line?
I apologise for my lack understanding.
21:16:24@graham:castleton.esGrahamNo problem! You will need to watch that number on your own network as you grow, but yes it's likely that you could serve 200 customers with 100mbps plans on a 1gbit leased line.
21:18:11@jozef7:matrix.orgJozef Okay great, thanks for letting me know! I have a ton more research to do before starting, but it's really interesting.
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