On Fri, Mar 08, 2002 at 10:49:15AM -0600, Nate Carlson wrote:
>On Wed, 6 Mar 2002, Ken Williams wrote:
>Free 802.11 at Dunn Brothers? Cool, nobody filled me in.  :)

Yeah, they willingly let you use it too. The Network name is "DunnBros" no
enc key.

>I don't know of many local places doing free 802.11 yet -- that's kind of
>one of the things I'd like to see TCWUG members providing, eventually. The
>guys at BAWUG/NYCWireless/SeattleWireless are very good at finding members
>in buildings overlooking coffee shops and things like that, and having the
>members throw up a 15dBi grid antenna pointed at it so the shop gets
>covered. Very cool, and I'd love to see the same thing from us.
>Eventually, I'm planning on picking up another 8dBi omni, and throwing it
>on an open access point on the roof of my house. Haven't decided if I want
>to use NoCat or anything like that to limit access, though.. it would be
>kind of cool to set up a central tcwug authentication server and make
>everyone who wants to use our network sign up for an account.
>Nate Carlson <natecars at real-time.com>   | Phone : (952)943-8700
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