mikel.king at olivent.com
mikel.king at olivent.com
Wed Jul 15 21:39:10 UTC 2009
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From: Mikel <mikel.king at olivent.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 17:38:21 -0400
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You can run upto 1.5 miles on a lx fiber based solution but will likely
require a skilled installer to setup that much cable for you.
Depending on your locale I am may be able to put connect you to a supplier.
Have you considered a wireless direct beam solution? Especially
considering the 'temporary' nature of this install.
CEO, Olivent Technologies
...... Original Message .......
On Wed, 15 Jul 2009 16:07:52 -0500 "David Kelly" <dkelly at hiwaay.net> wrote:
>On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 10:27:35PM +0200, Michelle Konzack wrote:
>> Hello David,
>> Am 2009-07-15 14:47:18, schrieb David Kelly:
>> > Not directly FreeBSD related, but how much of a chance is there that
>> > machines could communicate directly over 5,000 feet of cat5 with no
>> > special hardware?
>> I do not know hoe much a feet is in meters but AFAIK arround 0,3 which
>> mean, you are talking about 1.5km or 1 mile ?
>Yes, roughly a mile which is 5280 feet. Maybe less, but no more than a
>mile. Won't really know until I get there and start running cable.
>> There are inexpensive FiberOptic Transponder (I am using a bunch of
>> it from Transmode for my CWDM 1GE and DWDM 10GE network)
>> The 100 Mbit Transponder cost arround 600 Euro (each) and for
>> your 5000 feets you need only an inexpensive FiberOptic cable.
>> EVEN the cheapes one would transfer 1 Gbit at this distance.
>What I'm not (yet) seeing is a fiber optic transceiver listed with
>matching fiber optic cable. The transceivers seem inexpensive vs the cost
>of the cable.
>> > Are there any particular range extenders you have used and would
>> > recommend for making this task a sure thing on the first try?
>> > Perhaps I should put an inexpensive ethernet switch at each junction
>> > to serve as a regenerative repeater?
>> You have to use at least 3 Repeaters which NEED electricity. Do you
>> know this?
>Yes, of course.
>> 5000 feet CAT5, 3 Repeater plus electric installation cost more,
>> then the FiberOptic Cable with two Transponder. And of course, no
>> one can sniff traffic on FiberOptic and you have no worry about
>> magnetic fields disturbing your 5000 feet...
>No one is going to sniff *this* one.
>Am not finding sources of fiber optic cable as easily as I can find
>fiber optic transceivers.
>100baseT ethernet switches are about $25 each if one will serve as a
>Did I mention this is a temporary installation?
>David Kelly N4HHE, dkelly at HiWAAY.net
>Whom computers would destroy, they must first drive mad.
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