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  # 1785686 21-May-2017 22:39
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A few more of my locals

 

Te Rapa

 

Hamilton East

 

Hamilton East 2

 

Melville

 

Ngahinapouri

 

Pirongia

 

If we all add our locals we should be able to pinpoint most of them lol





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  # 1785688 21-May-2017 22:40
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  # 1785694 21-May-2017 22:58
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  # 1785697 21-May-2017 23:13
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Have you heard of Wigle.net? While they are primarily focused on crowd sourced Wi-Fi network locations, they do record cell towers as well. Maybe you can do a data sharing agreement with them?





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  # 1785716 22-May-2017 06:54
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KiwiSurfer:

 

 

 

East Tamaki (?)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yep 2nd building down drive on the left


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  # 1785717 22-May-2017 06:58
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DarthKermit:

 

Makuri 

 

Tikokino 

 

Ongaonga 

 

Tutira 

 

 

 

 

They are all now just remote cabinets in the old UAX (Unmaned Automatic Exchange) Huts


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  # 1785725 22-May-2017 07:25
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Please post similar links to the ones for Panmure, Mount Wellington, Point England and Glen Innes, or any others in this area.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1785726 22-May-2017 07:26
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@DarthKermit afaik there's been an API level bump on Google Maps Fusion Tables layers which have caused havoc with some of the formatting I was using on the legacy site. I haven't done any development on that in ~2 years. All of the work going forward is happening on https://beta.gis.geek.nz if you want an idea of how the site works.

 

The Chorus layer was pretty basic. Name of cabinet, if it was fibre fed or not, and the date it was commissioned. Essentially the same data from the link in my first post. As it mentions the exchange it's linked back too I thought it might be nice to provide that detail as well.

 

The reason for posting this thread in the first place was I was spending time coding up the layer in the new interface and thought "I'd really like a list of exchanges to go here as well" - Appreciate all the replies from people with info! I do want to get to a stage where I can accept user submitted info, might have to accelerate that plan.


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  # 1785738 22-May-2017 08:06
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pgs2050:

 

Please post similar links to the ones for Panmure, Mount Wellington, Point England and Glen Innes, or any others in this area.

 

 

See Tamaki and Saint Heliers, already been posted above.


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  # 1785761 22-May-2017 09:13
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Tinui 

 

Pinaroa 

 

Raetihi 

 

 


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  # 1785801 22-May-2017 09:55
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InstallerUFB:

 

KiwiSurfer:

 

 

 

East Tamaki (?)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yep 2nd building down drive on the left

 

 

 

 

If there is one there, is the one on Nandina Ave still active?

 

 


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  # 1785811 22-May-2017 10:17
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@stubbed here is a list with a significant number of exchanges at time of Telecom / Chorus separation. Unfortunately not an easy to extrapolate list, but hopefully of some help.

 

https://gazette.govt.nz/notice/id/2011-go8265 

 

 Edit: there is a PDF on this site, which actually converts nicely into Excel, so PM me if you want the Excel sheet.

 

 





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  # 1785919 22-May-2017 12:25
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@coffeebaron boom, thanks. That PDF will work great as a first pass, good find.


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Have updated the Chorus layer, FYI: https://gis.geek.nz/chorus

 

Still working on exchange data, wanted to get this up asap.


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