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technical_logs:dufferin_grove_park [2010/11/14 13:04]
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 +====== December 22, 2010 ======
 +Jutta emailed a couple of days ago saying that stuff'​s down.  Michael went by, rebooted the gear in the kitchen using the powerbar behind the fridge, and it all seemed to come back fine.
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 ====== November 14, 2010 ====== ====== November 14, 2010 ======
 On Nov 5 both wifidog and open-mesh reported that the routers at DGP were down.  Gabe contacted the folks at the park via email, and they confirmed that while they were moving the computer, they ran into equipment trouble. ​ The power supply for the wimax modem broke again, and Rogers refused to replace it (instead offering to sell them a new modem for $100), so they got a new power supply (at Active Surplus?​). ​ In the process, the wired router stopped working. ​ I went by today to check it out.  It looks like the (5V) USR wired router died, perhaps because the (12V) Linksys power supply had been plugged into it.  I plugged the modem into the Linksys router, whitelisted the rinkhouse Dell workstation and the open-mesh gateway router in /​etc/​wifidog.conf,​ and now things are working. ​ The USR router has been pitched. ​ Gabe will pick up a new wired router sometime soon and come back to plug it in. On Nov 5 both wifidog and open-mesh reported that the routers at DGP were down.  Gabe contacted the folks at the park via email, and they confirmed that while they were moving the computer, they ran into equipment trouble. ​ The power supply for the wimax modem broke again, and Rogers refused to replace it (instead offering to sell them a new modem for $100), so they got a new power supply (at Active Surplus?​). ​ In the process, the wired router stopped working. ​ I went by today to check it out.  It looks like the (5V) USR wired router died, perhaps because the (12V) Linksys power supply had been plugged into it.  I plugged the modem into the Linksys router, whitelisted the rinkhouse Dell workstation and the open-mesh gateway router in /​etc/​wifidog.conf,​ and now things are working. ​ The USR router has been pitched. ​ Gabe will pick up a new wired router sometime soon and come back to plug it in.
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