Up and Running Technology Services' Projects

Below is a list of just some of the work and projects Up and Running has performed for clients in the Warrnambool region

Clonmara, Port Fairy

Clonmara required their guest Wifi system to be upgraded.
* Replace the old Wifi system which had inadequate coverage.
* 2.4GHz coverage inside all the accommodation and in the gardens.

Old St Andrews, Port Fairy

The Old St Andrews property required a comprehensive Wifi system to cover the entire site. The installed system provides:
* 2.4 and 5GHz coverage inside the main residence, the Loft and Bank St guest houses and the old church.
* Separate SSIDs for each guest house.
* Dedicated wireless bridge between all 4 buildings.

Warrnambool & Portland Eye Care

Warrnambool Eye Care needed an upgrade to the NBN and a robust & high availability VPN to Portland Eye Care.
* Provided a new modem, router and 4G gateway at each site.
* Linked the subnets at both shops using an IPSEC VPN.
* If either or both the NBN links go down the VPN fails over to 4G within seconds with no interruption to existing connections on the VPN. Users at each site barely notice the changeover.
* Update of the WiFi system at each shop.

School Windows servers: Port Fairy , Koroit & Dennington

All three primary schools needed upgrades to legacy hardware and their Windows servers updated.
* Scoped the requirements and procured suitable server hardware
* Transitioned all sites in stages from old hardware to new hardware with no interruption to services at any of the schools.
* Upgrades of Server 2008 to Server 2012 and 2019 with multiple servers running in VMs.
* All systems use robust high grade RAID, the latest using all SSD drives for very fast VM performance.
* All servers actively serviced, maintained and updated.

Dairy Farm, Crossley

The farm required Wifi and NBN access to be expanded from the farmhouse to the main dairy 550m away.
* Provided the owners SSID at the farmhouse and on the dairy.
* Dedicated 5GHz link from the main house to dairy.
* 2.5GHz and 5GHz local SSIDs in each building.
* 2.4GHz guest house SSID for separate holiday accommodation.

School Wifi: Port Fairy, Koroit & Dennington

All primary schools needed comprehensive 802.11ac upgrades.
* Expansive signal coverage at 5GHz and 2.4GHz which allows continuous roaming throughout each site with iPads, Macbooks and Chromebooks.
* Load shared user access to the Internet so no one user could dominate uploads or downloads.
* Cost effective on site managed system that is not dependent on a 3rd party cloud service but allows quick and inexpensive upgrades to firmware and hardware.

Dairy Farm, Port Fairy

The farm required Wifi and NBN access to be expanded from the farmhouse to a workers house 100m away and the main dairy 500m away.
* Provided the owners SSID and a speed limited guest workers SSID at both buildings.
* Dedicated 5GHz link from the main house to the other buildings.
* The farmers can remotely monitor video cameras in the dairy, calf pad and fuel bowser and log into the dairy computer from their laptop and smart devices.

Bluestone Cottage, Port Fairy

The cottage was pre-wired with CAT5 but had very thick old bluestone walls which severely block any kind of Wifi signal.
* Removed old dysfunctional WiFi devices.
* Installed new 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi access points to provide continuous coverage to all levels and areas of the house and garage.

Ashmont Motor Inn, Port Fairy

The Ashmont Motor Inn required a Wifi system to drastically improve coverage of all their guest rooms. The system provided:
* Upgraded Wifi system for the whole site to get excellent signal levels in all rooms.
* Google Chromecasts in each of the 21 rooms for guests to cast their own videos to the room's TV. Guests can access only the Chromecast in their room only yet enjoy contiguous Wifi throughout the site.
* Hotspot style logins.

Merrijig Inn, Port Fairy

The Merrijig Inn required a Wifi system to cover all their guest rooms and common areas. The system provided:
* Continuous coverage and roaming across the entire site using multiple discrete access points.
* Google Chromecasts in the rooms for guests to cast their own videos to the room's TV. Guests can access the Chromecast in their room only. The Chromecast guest mode is NOT used to implement this room isolation.
* Hotspot style logins.

WH Park, Warrnambool

Warrnambool Holiday Park required a Wifi system to cover the entire site. The system had to be installed without having to add extra cabling runs. The system provided:
* Continuous coverage and roaming across the entire site utilising three external 2.4GHz nodes linked by a dedicated wireless bridge.
* Working signal into brick flats, stand along units and caravans.
* System upgraded Mar '19 to prioritise and load share internet access between the owners and guests.

The Flume, Warrnambool

The Flume required a Wifi system to cover the newly renovated accommodation split across two guest quarters in the house. The system provided:
* Continuous coverage and roaming across the entire site utilising nodes hidden in the roof.
* Separate SSID for each guest quarters.
* Secured from tampering by guests.

Douglas Riverside, Port Fairy

Douglas Riverside required a Wifi system to cover the most of the premises. The installed system provided:
* Coverage outside and in the common room areas.
* Separate SSID for the guests.
* Data rate restrictions for the guest network.

Oscars Waterfront, Port Fairy

Oscars required a Wifi system to cover the main building and a second guest building. The system provided:
* Continuous coverage and roaming across the entire site utilising three internal 2.4GHz nodes.
* Working signal into all rooms.
* No cabling work required even though network cabling wasn't available.

Curdievale Riverfront Lodge, Curdievale

Curdievale Riverfront Lodge required a Wifi system to cover the guest house. The installed system provided:
* Coverage inside throughout and on the house perimeter outside.
* Separate SSID for the guests.
* Wireless bridge across 300m from the owners house where the ADSL2 service is to the guest house.

Drifthouse, Port Fairy

Drifthouse required a Wifi system to cover the guest premises. The installed system provided:
* Coverage inside each of the guest rooms and common areas. Each room has its own access point to deal with the Wifi-reducing thick stone walls in the heritage building.
* Separate SSID for the guests.
* Increased coverage to include buildings in the new site expansion (Oct 2018).

Sheep and Cattle Farm, Codrington

The owner had access to the newly provisioned wireless NBN. The NBN antenna was located on shearing shed which is the highest building on the property. Wifi was required on two houses at the property 150m and 300m from the shed.
* A 5GHz dedicated wireless bridge connects the houses to the shed.
* Each house has 2.4GHz radios spread out in the roof to provide continuous coverage inside.
* Each house can get the full subscribed 25/5Mbit speed.

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