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N8JJ
Editting map data

Is there a way to edit the node data on the map?

My node data is out of date.  Some need deleted or changed.

 

K6AH
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Updating map data

Simply resubmit it.
 

N8JJ
Editing map

I did resubmit, but how does that delete a node that was replaced?

WU2S
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Removing a node from the AREDN map
If you wish to remove your node location from the public mapping service, simply clear/erase your lat/lon values, "Apply Location Settings", and then "Upload Data to AREDN Servers".
K5DLQ
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if possible, when planning to
if possible, when planning to replace a node, clear the lat/lon values and submit.  That will remove it from the map.
In cases where the node fails and you want to delete it from the map, email the node name and MAC address to me at k5dlq@aredn.org and I'll remove it.
K1DOS
Sir,
Sir,

I tried to email the address above and it was returned.  I need help removing "K1DOS-1" from the map.  I forget which device I used to upload the data and have been unsuccessful removing/updating this node on the map.  I no longer have this node online.

Thanks in advance.

Respectfully, Hank
K5DLQ
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Hi Hank,
Hi Hank,
I'll remove it.   (K1DOS-1)
Ai6bx
Check this map
If you have lat, Lon, and your gridsquare this will pick you up and show links.

http://10.73.73.72/meshmap/map_display.php#2/0.0/6.0

Keith - AI6BX
kk6ffz
no internet on node how submit
I have my lat/long/gridsquare manually entered on my node. But I don't have an active internet connection. Is their a way to submit my node to the map?
W8XG
removal

We've got some node that have been removed, failed and replaced, but still show up.
 
Can you remove them?  I now realize if we are taking down a node, we should update the location with lat/lon  set to 0 and we can get rid of them by-ourselves.
 
N4SER-Comcast  (failed on a 500' tower) we may replace once we can get a tower climber
WC4EM-APHP-1    Removed
N4ser-ARC-Rockm2-13D-omni  (replaced with a newer and new named unit)
N4SER-NSM2-Inside (removed)
W4IE-SMH-SRQ  (removed, the W4IE-SMHS-2 is there and showing up fine)
K4JBV-300 (silent key)
 
 
This will clean up a lot of our stuff. I've got new nodes that need to get locations set and published too.  Working on it. I think we have 31 nodes in our system at present.

Thanks, Brent W8XG

K5DLQ
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done  
done
 
W8XG
Remove
Thanks!!!
W8XG
Node needing removal
We've got a node we've replaced with a sector. But I can't get it off the map
It's named W4IE-SMHS-A-5G-NSM5-XW and the mac is F0:9F:C2:93:62:1A

I've got the node fired up on my desk, Have set the lon/lat to nothing, but it will not go away. I can move it around on the map and update and it mover around but I can't seem to kill it. Thanks,
nc8q
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Node needing removal

To remove a node from the AREDN map
clear the contents of the Latitude, Longitude, and Grid Square boxes,
click 'Upload data to AREDN Servers'.
I hope this helps,
Chuck

 

K5DLQ
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removed  
removed
 
N6LKA
Node Needing Removal from Map
Hello,

I need some help removing a node from the map.  I have tried deleting the lat/long and grid square and re-uploading to the servers, but it doesn't seem to update or remove the node from the map. The node information on the map that needs to be removed is listed below.

Name: N6LKA-1-NSM3-QTH-HelenCT
MAC: 68:72:51:65:41:6C

Thank you in advance for your help.

73,
Larry
N6LKA
K5DLQ
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done
done
DB6MK
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Nodes to be removed from map

Hello dear OM,

I set up my AREDN node for the first time.
But I entered bad location data.

I tried to remove the node from the map with empty data in the location fields
but this does not work on Mikrotik hap ac lite.

Now there are three entries on the map.
Each with a different MAC address

My data:
NodeName:    DB6MK-196-38-244
1. MAC:    5A:EE:93:09:DB:A6
2. MAC:    AE:BC:97:5B:27:71
3. MAC:    DA:E8:EF:28:E8:24

Please remove the entries from the map.

Question: Why can one Mikrotik router have different MAC addresses?

Thanks for your help
and vy 73

Peter (DB6MK)

nc8q
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Why can one Mikrotik router have different MAC addresses?
http://localnode.local.mesh/cgi-bin/sysinfo
 node: NC8Q-Services
model: GL.iNet GL-AR750

br-dtdlink 02:18:17:02:A6:60
br-lan 02:2C:90:E0:06:6A
br-wan 02:0F:7D:C4:19:48
br0    94:83:C4:07:B7:F2
br0.1  94:83:C4:07:B7:F2
br0.2  94:83:C4:07:B7:F2
br0.4  94:83:C4:07:B7:F2
eth0   94:83:C4:07:B7:F2
eth1   94:83:C4:07:B7:F1
tunl0  00-00-00-00-00-00-00-44-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00
wlan0  94:83:C4:07:B7:F2
wlan1  94:83:C4:07:B7:F1
wlan1-1 96-83-C4-07-B7-F1-00-44-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00

K5DLQ
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done
done
DB6MK
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MAC addresses
sysinfo shows following:

 node: DB6MK-196-38-244
model: MikroTik RouterBOARD 952Ui-5ac2nD (hAP ac lite)

br-dtdlink 02:8C:3C:6B:4B:90
br-lan C4:AD:34:C4:26:EF
br-wan C4:AD:34:C4:26:EE
br0    82:18:02:3B:BA:89
br0.1  82:18:02:3B:BA:89
br0.2  82:18:02:3B:BA:89
br0.4  82:18:02:3B:BA:89
eth0   82:18:02:3B:BA:89
eth1   82:D4:55:6E:EA:C9
tunl0  00-00-00-00-00-00-00-44-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00
wlan0  C4:AD:34:C4:26:F3
wlan1  C4:AD:34:C4:26:F4
wlan1-1 C6-AD-34-C4-26-F4-00-44-00-00-00-00-00-00-00-00

None of the MAC addresses shown on the map is there.
K6CCC
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Why 3 MACs

Question: Why can one Mikrotik router have different MAC addresses?


Depends on what port was used (RF vs tunnel vs WAN vs something else).
 
K7EOK
Wait a minute ...
Wait a minute ...

I thought a MAC address was a device specific id that does not change, much like a VIN number for a vehicle.  From my limited experience a MAC address does not depend on what network it's on, or even if it's networked.  The MAC is the MAC ... what gives?

Interesting thread.  I don't understand how some folks can delete nodes from the meshmap and others not.  Is there some sort of superuser for each installation?  FWIW one of our local hams K1RKS has been working a lot with meshmap in Oregon.  He put a version up that shows everything that was on our mesh in the last 31 days no matter if it is up now or not, but when you click each node it says how long it has been since last working.  He then put another version on the same node that is a 2 hr mesh map, if a device isn't active on mesh it's dropped from the mesh map completely on that version (until it appears again for whatever reason).  I don't know if he tweaked the code or what, but it sounds like something he did might be useful to your local mesh.

Ed
 
KO4ABP
Mac addresses are network
Mac addresses are network card specific. If a device has multiple network interfaces (2.4g, 5.8g, Ethernet) each of those interface chips will have its own mac address. 
K7EOK
I'll be darned.

I'll be darned.

OK, let me ask further.  A hAP Lite for example has wired LAN ports, and two radios.  Those radios can be either 2.4 or 5 ghz ... I'm assuming the latest firmware that lets you choose what is on part15 and what is AREDN by changing which network that frequency band radio is using? 

The part15 wifi is on the same LAN as the LAN ports.  Do they share a MAC address or are there three MAC addresses?

Ed
 

N2JWC
Hi Ed. I have not been
Hi Ed. I have not been successful in using the 5.8GHz radio for the mesh. When I disable the 2GHz for the mesh radio it does become available for the LAN radio, however when I enable the mesh radio it will ONLY use the 2.4GHz radio.  I am running:
 
firmware version:
model: 3.23.4.0
MikroTik RouterBOARD 952Ui-5ac2nD (hAP ac lite)

John
N2JWC
K7EOK
I don't remember if the
I don't remember if the ability to use 5.8ghz on mesh is in the 3.23.4.0 or in a nightly build.  You might try a nightly build and see if that changes things.

I've got one hAP that says it has the mesh on 5.8 but I haven't yet had a chance to go out into the field and see how it performs.  It does give me part15 wifi on the 2ghz band fine.  I don't have it here to see what firmware it's running but you might find some old conversations here on the forum that steer you in the right direction.

Ed
 
k1ky
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5GHz MESH on Dual Band Radios
This new feature was introduced after 3.23.4.0 and is  included in the latest nightly builds.  
ZL2AQY
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nodes need removing from map
I have the following nodes that need removing from map
ZL2AQY-AG   MAC: 00:27:22:3D:C1:6A
ZL2AQY-hap-ac-lite   MAC: C4:AD:34:7C:86:85
ZL2AQY-tp-link-cpe220v2   MAC: 50:C7:BF:AF:4A:86
The above are obsolete.
And a doubled up listing below
ZL2AQY-AG-SERVER   MAC: E4:95:6E:48:AD:26
Thanks 
Eddie
ZL2AQY
K5DLQ
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ok
ok
ZL2AQY
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Thanks
Thanks
HB9HHH
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Hi Darryl,

I’ve problem for deleting 2 nodes (Mikrotik hAP) wich have been renamed, HB9HHH-MT01 and MT02.

Are you able to delete them from the map ?

 And I have a question: should I announce only radio nodes or also switches hAP ? When only radio nodes have to be announced, could you please also delete HB9HHH-HAP 1 and 2 ?

 

Thanks and 73 from Yves, HB9HHH

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