[Noisebridge-discuss] [Build] Networking work this Saturday, Aug 2, 11am
p at trickod.com
Tue Jul 29 21:16:43 UTC 2014
I'm down to help out. I can be at the space by about noon on Saturday.
If nobody else has any CAT5 I'm happy to underwrite it and have it
delivered to the space.
On 29 July 2014 11:08, Casey Callendrello <c1 at caseyc.net> wrote:
> Howdy, intrepid Noisebridgers,
> It's time to start putting the space's network back together. We have a
> nicely powered server closet, a few internet connections, and an old
> badass rack from a radio station. However, we do need a few boring
> things, and if you have any of these lying unused in a closet, their
> donation would be much appreciated:
> * 500 or so feet of Cat5.
> * 6 or more wall-mount RJ-45 jacks
> * some male connectors
> * Velcro cable ties
> * short (1 foot) network cables
> If you would like to come help rewire and bring the tubes back
> online, we'll start Saturday at 11. No experience is required,
> just eagerness. However, if you have experience setting up racks
> Properly, running cat5, or screwing things in to wood, then I want you
> in particular. The tasks are:
> * hang cable bridles through the space
> * run cat5 everywhere
> * terminate both ends, installing jacks
> * set up the rack
> * mount the APs
> * configure vlans and routing
> This is the plan for Saturday. If we make amazing progress, we'll do
> some access control wiring.
> If you can scare up anything on my list, please get in touch with me! I
> will arrange a pick-up.
> 0: I know you do. Your IT department ordered it all, then forgot about
> it / downsized / outsourced. Bring it to me. I'll even try and get you a
> receipt for donation.
> 1: I, frankly, have been enjoying Noisebridge sans WiFi. It reminds me
> of coffee shops that turn it off on weekends. I wonder what it would be
> like to have a wifi-free "talk to humans, dammit" hour?
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