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- From: Paul Lantinga
- Date: Tue Mar 27 22:35:39 2001
Title: RE: Microwave...
I recall that when I was working in Bangalore, India, another multinational company (I think it was Siemens but I can't recall definitively) had to poison the vultures that consistently perched on their microwave dish to get reliable point to point. Given the complete non-regulation of spectrum out there, at least once we had another provider clash with our spectrum, forcing us to flip the dips until we found a clear one. However, when it worked, it was incredibly solid.
Chocolate bars in India were usually melted already when you bought them. ;)
 Sometimes they would clash physically with us when they mounted extra dishes on the tower in the downtown location - as in, some guy standing on our dish to mount his.
Q9 Networks, Inc.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Fraizer [mailto:nanog@Overkill.EnterZone.Net]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 9:21 PM
> To: Dee McKinney
> Cc: NANOG
> Subject: RE: Microwave...
> We've got a customer on a DS3 microwave shot. It's been more reliable
> than their copper DS1 backup and has the added benefit of
> being able to
> melt hershey bars in nothing flat! (Old MCCES@MCAGCC29 joke)
> John Fraizer
> EnterZone, Inc
> On Tue, 27 Mar 2001, Dee McKinney wrote:
> > If it's a commercial carrier grade shot, and it's been
> engineered correctly,
> > and, and, and......
> > It should work fine as I have service on microwave that
> operates as good as
> > our fiber.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Rodney Joffe [mailto:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 3:16 PM
> > To: NANOG
> > Subject: Microwave...
> > I' be interested in hearing about any operational
> experience the users
> > on this list have had, such as issues and challenges with routing,
> > reliability, etc., with the use of Microwave at DS3 or
> greater level....
> > --