Fwd: Re: OOB management options @ 60 Hudson & 1 Summer
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Sun Apr 25 07:35:11 UTC 2021
Before getting rid of the cellular based OOB, look into some more detail
about exactly what LTE modems are in those. I've seen some remarkable
results from equipment using the 600/700 bands (tmobile, verizon) for
getting signal into deeply buried concrete structures. There's a lot of
different types and capabilities of cellular data modems on the market.
On Thu, Apr 15, 2021 at 3:15 PM Matthew Crocker <matthew at corp.crocker.com>
> I have routers in both 60 Hudson St & 1 Summer St and I’m looking for some
> low cost bandwidth options for out of band management. Currently I have
> Opengear boxes at each site with cell modems but they don’t work too well.
> I either need to replace them with new cell based devices or find a
> wireless/ethernet bandwidth option. I only need a couple serial ports and
> ethernet for when everything breaks.
> I’m in DR space @ 60 Hudson and the Markeley MMR @ 1 Summer
> I’m surprised OOB bandwidth isn’t a feature for colocation providers.
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