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Revision as of 18:19, 13 January 2014
The SSID is i3 , there is no encryption, this is considered a feature (for the moment).
You may occasionally see an SSID of 3302 or 1216, these are the FIRST Robot control WLANs. They are completely isolated networks and are probably not very interesting to you.
Internally, we are using the 10.13.0.0/16 supernet. It should sidestep most VPN overlap problems, should we establish any connections to other locations. At present, we are only using one subnet of this: 10.13.0.0/24.
If you have something that needs to be attached to the network at i3Detroit, a static IP address can be assigned to it. This is useful in cases where something like a printer or a tool needs to be on the network with a known address that doesn't change.
Most member and guest laptops, however, do not need one of these.
If you have something that needs a fixed address but can't be configured for one (for some reason), something known as a DHCP reservation can be applied. Please contact Joe B or Nate W to help you out with this.
If you can, please try to create a wiki page with information about the thing you just attached to the network, and link to that from the IP address listing here.
Static hosts use the following settings:
|IP address||Take an unused address from the table below. Document which address you used. When in doubt, ping first.|
|DNS domain name||i3detroit.local|
|Time / NTP server||10.13.0.1 or 10.13.0.5 (The LAN switch is also an NTP server)|
IP Addresses in use
|10.13.0.1||pfsense||The firewall and dhcp server. Not a toy. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender, Brad, NateW, Ted and others.|
|10.13.0.5||i3switch01||This is the Cisco 3750 Ethernet switch that drives i3! Not a toy. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender|
|10.13.0.6||Cisco 1130 AP i3DetroitAP01||This is primary access point for i3Detroit. Not a toy. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender|
|10.13.0.7||Cisco 1130 i3DetroitAP02||This is the office space access point for i3Detroit. Not a toy. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender|
|10.13.0.8||Asterisk|| We make phone calls with this. Nicht für gefingerpöken
|10.13.0.9||Asterisk VM||We make phone calls with this. Nicht für gefingerpöken||Nate.|
|10.13.0.10||Wireless LAN Controller||We do nifty wireless things with this. Not a toy. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender|
|10.13.0.11||Wireless LAN Controller IP #2 (required)||We do nifty wireless things with this. Not a toy. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender|
|10.13.0.13||Camera Server - This can be re-purposed||Big brother is watching you. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender|
|10.13.0.14||Cisco 1130 i3DetroitAP03||This is the back-of-shop access point for i3Detroit. Not a toy. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender|
|10.13.0.15||i3Debian - Skynet|| "The Debian Box" General-purpose sandbox. Not to be considered reliable or mission-critical
|Ted, NateW, Eric, ToasterDan, Ross|
|10.13.0.17||Skynet - VM||"The Ubuntu Box" Runs the Twitter internal scripts||Ted, NateW, Matt O|
|10.13.0.18||FileSaurus||FileServer||Justin T, NateW|
|10.13.0.20||Power Meter||Ethernet<->RS485 adapter for the power meter||Ted|
|10.13.0.21||FreeNas||This is in development.|
|10.13.0.25||I3TwitterBot||Beaglebone TwitterBot Nicht für gefingerpöken||Andrew Meyer|
|10.13.0.26||I3TwitterBot - Web Camera||TwitterBot's webcam Nicht für gefingerpöken||Andrew Meyer|
|10.13.0.30||OpenAccess Control 3.0||New (still future) RFID entry system||Evan Allen|
|10.13.0.35||fablab||The fablab host||Andrew Meyer|
|10.13.0.40||i3Switch02||i3 Second managed Ethernet switch in rack||JCBender|
|10.13.0.41||Full Spectrum 40W Laser Cutter||agmlego, mjgardes|
|10.13.0.50||Plotter||The HP DesignJet 300||Roger, Rocco?|
|10.13.0.51||Laserjet-5si||Laserjet 5si MX printer in the "print shop" area||Rocco|
|10.13.0.53||Color LaserJet 4650n||Color Laserjet 4650n printer in the "print shop" area||RogerS|
|10.13.0.54||Color LaserJet 4650dn||Color Laserjet 4650dn printer in the "print shop" area||RogerS|
|10.13.0.62||CLP-620ND||Big color laser printer||Nate B|
|10.13.0.75||Project 1||A super-secret project||RogerS|
|10.13.0.76||Project 2||Another super-secret project||RogerS|
|10.13.0.85||cyra||Turret laser system||Matthew Gardeski|
|10.13.0.90||First-Cam||The Axis 206 network camera over the FIRST corner.||Ted, JCBender|
|10.13.0.91||Polycom-ATA||Cisco ATA-186 VOIP adapter for the Polycom conference phone. Nicht für gefingerpöken||JCBender, NateW|
|10.13.0.99||printer||Laserjet 6p in the rack.||NateB|
|10.13.0.100-245||DHCP RANGE||This is the DHCP range handed out by the firewall. Reservations possible|
The default DNS domain handed out for DHCP clients is i3detroit.local. If you have statically assigned a IP to something, and you want its hostname to be in DNS as your_hostname.i3detroit.local, we can add it to the local server. Post a request on the mailing list to have that taken care of.
Q: Can we open a port in the firewall for my XYZ server?
- A: Probably not. The upstream bandwidth at the space is rather poor. You are welcome to suggest it, but be prepared to meet with significant resistance from your fellow members. Alternately, many of the members have COLO space that they might be willing to share. Make a proposal on the mailing list and turn on the charm.
Q: Let's get some better bandwidth at the space!
- A: We now have 15mbit down, 2 up from WideOpenWest. If that's not enough pipe for you, we don't know what to say.
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- A: Kid, you are up past your bedtime.
Pages in category "Networking"
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