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ds5v50

join:2003-01-22
Fremont, OH
reply to hottboiinnc

Re: [TWC] It's Here !! WOH

Boy have I got a story. 5gmesh is running on Time Warner Cable backbone. My father-in-laws ip is even in the same subnet as mine The system is quite simple really. It is a wireless 4 ghz lan link to 5gmesh receiver. the receiver is tied into a TWC residential modem. it is a natted connection that you would never be able to run inbound connections on. my ip is 98.*.*.130 his ip is 98.*.*.111. The funny thing is. He can have a static IP if he wanted to pay $10 more a month, whereas with TWC you are not able to get an static ip with residential.
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hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
Its strange its using 4.ghz and actualy is illegal from an FCC stand point as that network is ONLY for public safety. I wonder if they're using a TWC Biz Class. For that you could get a static IP and i think they charge like $10 for them.

I wonder if the City knows how this system is set up due to the fact is is VERY dangrous for anyone to be on the same network they use for Fire/Police.


ds5v50

join:2003-01-22
Fremont, OH
I should correct myself, the 5gmesh is 5 and the city service is 4 as you had said. Also, it is not a business class. As I had said it is the same subnet as me. IP resolves to cpe*.woh.res.rr.com which Is why I find the static ip odd.

hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
does the Biz side use woh.res.rr.com or do they use woh.biz.rr.com? It's been a long time since i've used Biz Class in TWC areas, but when i had it in Fremont I thought it always aid woh.res.rr.com And by using Cable it would explain how they were able to move offices so quick from Stone Street to West State. Something doesn't set well though. I find it odd that a company like them was able to come out of no where, obtain the money from the City with no RFP to build the 4ghz network and also be able to build out their "mesh" system over night with nobody really knowning anything about them.


WSHARK

@acsalaska.net
reply to ds5v50
said by ds5v50:

Boy have I got a story. 5gmesh is running on Time Warner Cable backbone. My father-in-laws ip is even in the same subnet as mine The system is quite simple really. It is a wireless 4 ghz lan link to 5gmesh receiver. the receiver is tied into a TWC residential modem. it is a natted connection that you would never be able to run inbound connections on. my ip is 98.*.*.130 his ip is 98.*.*.111. The funny thing is. He can have a static IP if he wanted to pay $10 more a month, whereas with TWC you are not able to get an static ip with residential.

Just because your IP Space is in the same /8 as his - doesn't mean 5g is using RR Residential Service.


ds5v50

join:2003-01-22
Fremont, OH
reply to hottboiinnc
the business class in this area now uses *.central.biz.rr.com As far as the city goes they only have 2 cruisers wired up and it is still beta for that also.

hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
This is quite funny. I wanna know how they managed to get a Residential account in a business location- unless the modem/main AP is at another location. And with the City that is CRAZY! All that money spent for 2 cars. note to self- no wonder why i haven't moved back!

and Mods- what was removed?

hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
reply to WSHARK
it does is the CPE during tracert is coming back on the RR Res side. TWC uses the cep.woh.blah.blah.blah with the MAC ID to give you QOS over residential on Business.

And TWC Mid-Ohio would NOT permit this company to even try and resell any of their connections since they're trying to compete against them.


ds5v50

join:2003-01-22
Fremont, OH

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reply to WSHARK
it is when the dig -x brings it back as residential.

His IP
;; ANSWER SECTION:
111.66.30.98.in-addr.arpa. 77700INPTRcpe-98-30-66-111.woh.res.rr.com.
 

My IP
;; ANSWER SECTION:
130.66.30.98.in-addr.arpa. 86400 INPTRcpe-98-30-66-130.woh.res.rr.com.
 

hottboiinnc
ME

join:2003-10-15
Cleveland, OH
I just found out that Residential Customers on TWC can get Static IPs. Although there is a catch and only available to certain customers. And if you wish to have a static, you must purchase them through an approved company. if you want more info, at this time, please PM me.