[App_rpt-users] Hub Node Usage

Kevin Custer kuggie at kuggie.com
Tue Sep 26 23:53:55 EDT 2017


I can't speak for all of the nodes you reference, but 2120 can be used 
for your net if desired.  It's in my ham radio NOC and is connected to 
the Internet via a fiber backhaul.  Its network is provisioned 100 Mbps 
synchronous Internet 1.

Just knock it off of WAN (using the standard commands) prior to your 
usage, and put it back when you are done.


On 9/26/2017 10:24 PM, Benjamin Naber wrote:
> I hope this is not a loaded topic.
> I'd like to know the usage allowed of what appears to be 'general 
> public' nodes, such as 2000, 2100, 2120, and the like.
> Also, any public use node that has a good internet connection for 30+ 
> links and is not running on a RPi.
> The reason for inquiring is what started out to be a small, Columbus, 
> GA Allstarlink Tech net has grown and is growing.
> Reaching out to other hub nodes, would, I hope, encourage more 
> activity, as well as provide a means of redundancy when a hanful count 
> of nodes are listed for "connect here for this net"
> Input?
> Benjamin, KB9LFZ

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