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The Brothers WISP – NEW Kwikbit 60Ghz Radios

This **sponsored** podcast has us talking to Vladimir Kelman(CTO Kwikbit), Travis Carter(CEO US Internet), and Justin Miller about Kwikbit’s new 60Ghz radios!

This week we talk about:
This cast we talk about:
Outdoor – 90 horizontal/40 vertical beam
128 antenna elements
1500′ range
Adaptive resource allocation?
Kwikbit tools?
k60x $499 2x 2.5Gb and 1Gb
k60 $299 2 Gb

k60i $209 3x 1Gb
500′ range at full throughput
64 antenna array

Kwikbit Edge GUI management/link planning
non-technical install
zero touch install
GUI design tool?
Certificate based management protection

Qualcom chipsets
Up to 8 clients
Single antenna tile
Mesh-like capabilities
Manufactured in USA
Full monitoring access via SNMP and API for more info!

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Greg Talks 15 – Technical Sales, Vulnerability In Selling, Selling Techniques

Greg talks to Tony Owens a lifelong technical sales leader.

This week we talk about:
Technical sales
Consultitave selling
Learning to be a manager
Learning to be a leader
Age = respect
Pattern interrupt
Showing vulnerability in your job
People will rescue you, they want to save you
Upfront contracts
3 seconds of guts
Sandler training – seemed like you really liked it.
Sports and your relationship with them.
Sports is the only real thing on TV
Why do you drink so much water?

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The Brothers WISP 112 – UBNT Payment Gateway, Automation Layering, MTK netPower16P

This week Greg, Mike, Thomas, Tommy, and Andrew Cox talk for 2 HOURS about all sorts of things.

This week we talk about:
**Cambium Deal Link**
Ole made a great first ansible playbook – it updates his unimus version!
Greg has ansible playbooks for updating catalyst switch IOSs
Greg has a playbook that connects to mikrotiks, does pings/traceroutes, then aggregates the info.
Greg makes a tutorial on installing Hashicorp vault(using ansible) for the lab and playbooks for working with it.
Always remember strain relief on your connections – Brock and others having ethernet stability issues due to pressure on the connector.
Cox found a small 12V UPS for $25
Mikrotik 4011 mystery lockups – A few people report down clocking a troublesome unit helps “system routerboard settings set cpu-frequency=1200”
Mikrotik netPower16P – 16 port AF/AT outdoor PoE switch
Ubiquiti Payment Gateway
40 Tb optical comb
VCSA 10/10 RCE
Zerodium stops accepting Apple exploits – there is too many
Unimus 2.0.0 release
Quickbooks “Pay Online” blocked my credit card due to no SCA – Thanks…
Canon beta webcam software
Greg will always remember a bag of pubes.

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Making your router talk – MikroTik and Telegram Bot Scripting

While there are existing ways (SNMP/SMS) to run scripts on RouterOS via external means, I’ve been meaning to show off a system I built based around Telegram Messenger – as it’s a relatively common one, and has a flexible API for interfacing with.

I began this with the older MikroTik 4096 character variable limit in mind, intending to process 1 or 2 messages at a time, but found half way through that this no longer applies (yay) – so as many as 100 messages or more could be pulled down at the same time and churned through the processing script.

Because we’re running this based around a single-threaded processing script it’s not going to be the fastest implementation, but I’m hoping this is a good start for anyone looking to expand on the functions I’ve added here.

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Bob Beck Interview on OpenBSD, libTLS, LibreSSL with Tom Smyth at EuroBSDCon 2018

Bob Beck shares his experience of participating in the OpenBSD project. He patiently discusses aspects of the project he likes and enlightens us about the some of the methodologies OpenBSD use to root out bugs in the OS / general Eco System. Thanks Bob.

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