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== Copied from [[Mesh/Flashing_extender_node]] ===
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For some reason, this was hiding at the very bottom of the extender node flashing guide,
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=== Installation Order ===
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#Flash home nodes and extender nodes
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#Get on roof and determine which direction to face the extender nodes
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#Install J-Pole
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#Crimp end onto Ethernet cable
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#Run Ethernet cable from j-pole down to location of home node (either through a soffit indoors or to an outdoor enclosure)
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#Crimp other end of Ethernet cable and connect to home node via a POE adaptor
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#Install extender node on J-Pole using zip-ties - check lights to make sure unit is powered up
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#Walk around the neighborhood to check the signal
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=== Gear Checklist ===
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Protective and personal gear
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*Wear clothes you can get dirty and sturdy boots for roof walking
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*Sunscreen
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*Sunglasses
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*Pocketknife (for cutting zip ties etc)
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*Ladder
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*Safety harness & rope in a bucket
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*Smart phone (to check signal and take pictures)
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Home node gear
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*2 flashed Western Digital Mynet N600 Home Nodes
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*paperclip (to reset equipment)
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*Laptop (to configure equipment)
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*Plastic outdoor enclosure for router (optional)
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*Power Strip
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J-Pole gear
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*J-Pole
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*Latex gloves (for dealing with roofing sealant)
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*Roofing sealant
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*Ratchet set - 10mm for small bolts, 13mm for large bolts
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*Corldless Drill
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*3/16" drill bit for J-pole bolts
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*Steel One-Hole Conduit Straps (for holding Ethernet cable along eves)
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*Screws for the Steel one-hole straps
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Ethernet cable gear
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*Ethernet Spool
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*Ethernet Ends
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*Ethernet Crimper
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*Laminated card showing the Ethernet cable order
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*Label Maker - so you can know which cable is which
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Extender node gear
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*Flashed Ubiquiti Nanostation M2 or M5 extender Node(s)
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*Power over Ethernet (POE) adapters
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*Zip Ties

Revision as of 22:40, 2 March 2018

Mounting Rooftop Nodes

Also, see https://github.com/sudomesh/mounting .

Node Mount Inventory Checklist

Nodes

  • Pre-flashed NanoBridge and/or Nanostation, plus POE injector
  • Pre-flashed home node(s) as appropriate, plus power supplies and ethernet cables

Tools

  • Drill and appropriate bits
    • Standard
    • Green concave(?) for loosening/tightening hose clamp screws
  • Impact drill & 10" bit (for drilling through walls)
  • EZ Crimper (blue handles)
  • Needle-nose plyers
  • Wrench
  • Wirecutters
  • Hammer

Things to Attach Things to Other Things

  • Hose clamps of various sizes
  • Small and industrial-strength zip ties
  • J-pole, flagpole or pipe for extending height of node
  • Large cable ties
  • Nails & screws
  • Nuts & bolts
  • Small blocks of wood

Cable & Accessories

  • Outdoor shielded ethernet cable
  • Box of indoor ethernet cable
  • Shielded & grounded RJ45s
  • Regular RJ45s
  • RJ45 boots

Safety Equipment

Contingent on weather and roof conditions:

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat / Visor
  • Climbing Harness
  • Safety Goggles
  • High Visibility Clothing
  • Work Boots


Copied from Mesh/Flashing_extender_node =

For some reason, this was hiding at the very bottom of the extender node flashing guide,

Installation Order

  1. Flash home nodes and extender nodes
  2. Get on roof and determine which direction to face the extender nodes
  3. Install J-Pole
  4. Crimp end onto Ethernet cable
  5. Run Ethernet cable from j-pole down to location of home node (either through a soffit indoors or to an outdoor enclosure)
  6. Crimp other end of Ethernet cable and connect to home node via a POE adaptor
  7. Install extender node on J-Pole using zip-ties - check lights to make sure unit is powered up
  8. Walk around the neighborhood to check the signal

Gear Checklist

Protective and personal gear

  • Wear clothes you can get dirty and sturdy boots for roof walking
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Pocketknife (for cutting zip ties etc)
  • Ladder
  • Safety harness & rope in a bucket
  • Smart phone (to check signal and take pictures)

Home node gear

  • 2 flashed Western Digital Mynet N600 Home Nodes
  • paperclip (to reset equipment)
  • Laptop (to configure equipment)
  • Plastic outdoor enclosure for router (optional)
  • Power Strip

J-Pole gear

  • J-Pole
  • Latex gloves (for dealing with roofing sealant)
  • Roofing sealant
  • Ratchet set - 10mm for small bolts, 13mm for large bolts
  • Corldless Drill
  • 3/16" drill bit for J-pole bolts
  • Steel One-Hole Conduit Straps (for holding Ethernet cable along eves)
  • Screws for the Steel one-hole straps

Ethernet cable gear

  • Ethernet Spool
  • Ethernet Ends
  • Ethernet Crimper
  • Laminated card showing the Ethernet cable order
  • Label Maker - so you can know which cable is which

Extender node gear

  • Flashed Ubiquiti Nanostation M2 or M5 extender Node(s)
  • Power over Ethernet (POE) adapters
  • Zip Ties