My name is Chris Flugstad and I run a Wisp here in Seattle. We have WiFi in
the Marinas here and could give you the billing system infrastructure. We
use Monowall, and it ties into Radius Server, which is a part of our Billing
System. So for you clients, they could log in and put in their info, and
pay with a Credit Card. We would provide support for both billing and
AP/monowall side, you would maintain the feed, and the hardware side.
We could also mail out Wifi hardware to clients through our company. We
have been supporting Wifi here in Seattle for the last 3 years. If you have
heard of a company BBXpress, we are in no way connected with them. I say
this due to their poor reputation of selling very expensive hardware and not
supporting the internet.
Does this sound like something you'd be interested in or are you looking for
something more basic?
Let me know, we can work out something, or I can direct you in a direction
if you'd like. Just thought I'd give a shout since I know a bit about the
Marine Wifi industry.
chris at cascadelink dot com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chuck Mariotti" <cmariotti at xunity dot com>
To: <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 3:21 PM
Subject: [m0n0wall] Marina ISP... Any suggestions?
A client owns a marina with about 100 boats on premises during the
Summer Months. I asked him if he thought people would be interested in
Wireless (WiFi) internet access from their boats... He said that there
would probably be 10-20% interested as a guess.
My question is, does anyone know an easy proven way to provide wireless
wifi access to boats (I'm assuming they'll have laptops), how you would
handle the billing issues, what technologies to use... etc...
Because this is in the country-side, it would likely have to be a
Has anyone managed to get Monowall to be a part of such solutions?
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