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Topic # 242345 23-Oct-2018 14:02
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I work for the Maori Anglican diocese of Te Tai Tokerau. We've got a network in our office, but the internet connection is pretty poor - combo of bad ADSL (hopefully to be replaced with fibre soon) and rubbish Spark router which keeps needing to be restarted and has poor wifi. I've bought some Unifi gear, and want someone to set it up for me as I don't have time. Any interest from someone here with a business who could do it for me e.g. early next week? Maybe PM me details if that's you and let me know your hourly rate. If it works out then ongoing network support etc. would be likely on an hourly basis.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2112772 23-Oct-2018 14:02
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I should add: the office is based in Mangere. We've got a few other sites, notably in Kamo (Whangarei) and Kaitaia, all small networks but getting some coherence would be nice


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  Reply # 2112826 23-Oct-2018 17:19
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  Reply # 2112828 23-Oct-2018 17:22
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Ahh if you were on the shore I'd be able to do it for a darn good rate. If a weekend option is possible then we can talk about next week Saturday?
I also have a house in Whangarei so could take care of that over the next 3 weeks without travel charge.
I do know our friend @conex would like to take that opportunity as he is local and an absolute legend to WHG!

 


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