Operations Contact List
|Hack Manhattan Space VoIP Phone||
Every board member should have access to most of the relevant passwords. Some passwords for financial accounts are only held by a couple of board members.
At the moment only guan, rmd6502, and jacolatern have AFRefiorstv mode on #hackmanhattan on Freenode. obscurite has fo but that's a really weird setup.
Out of House Infrastructure and Utilities
34 West 37th's only option was spectrum business. $89.99 and (400MBPS DL/ 20MBPS UL) *needs confirmation
34W37 has a network patch with rj45 ports going to multiple jacks across the unit.
|3||South||S3||AC1750 Router||Provides primary Wifi|
|17||East||n/a||Main table Switch|
Static IP allocations (as of 2019-04-17)
Sorted by IP.
Assigned by DHCP
|Hostname||IPv4 address||MAC address||Device||Maintainer||Comment||Location|
|space.hackmanhattan.com||192.168.42.1||64:70:02:77:ec:e0||TP-Link TL-WDR4300 v1||mz-ish & Guan-ish & Beadsland-ish||Network cubby|
|137W14||192.168.42.10||e8:de:27:f9:cc:27||TP-LINK WR841N||citybadger||Harry Potter Closet|
|brother-printer||192.168.42.15||30:05:5c:f6:35:db||Brother HL-L2380DW||N/A||Under the tool shelf|
|chromecast||192.168.42.16||48:d6:d5:39:28:f8||Chromecast (not 4K)||mz||Shows our space dashboard||Attached to the TV by the desks|
|octoprint-main ⁂||192.168.42.17||b8:27:eb:38:84:a2||RaspberryPi||jay-ish & mz-ish & beadsland-ish||By the 3D printer t|
|hydrocontroller ⁂||192.168.42.18||b8:27:eb:5e:c5:bc||RaspberryPi||jay||On the roof|
|buzzer-pi-shop ⁂||192.168.42.19||b8:27:eb:b4:da:cb||RaspberryPi||jay-ish & mz-ish & beadsland-ish||By the shop buzzer, showing the dashb. Runs OpenVPN for use by jay.|
|rfid-access-space ⁂||192.168.42.20||64:cf:d9:fd:42:93||BeagleBone Black||mz & Guan||Attachted to the back of the space door|
|rfid-access-building ⁂||192.168.42.21||64:cf:d9:fd:23:00||BeagleBone Black||mz & Guan||Also hosts the door camera||Building door, top right when you enter|
|voip-phone (replacement)||?||?||Polycom VVX-410||?||Laptop island|
|voip-phone (deprecated)||192.168.42.30||00:0b:82:4d:a0:6c||Grandstream GXP1400||Guan||Under the network cubby|
|voip-elevator||192.168.42.31||00:0b:82:47:26:30||Grandstream HT701||Guan||Elevator shaft shed on the roof|
|voip-grandstream||192.168.42.33||00:0b:82:ad:e8:21||Grandstream HT814||Guan & mz||Phone gateway for teletron8000||In the network cubby|
|bricolage||192.168.42.50||98:90:96:d0:63:4a||Dell Optiplex 9020||Beadsland & jay-ish||On the shelf by the window|
|box0rs||192.168.42.100||f0:de:f1:03:00:0f||Lenovo T410||mz||In the network cubby|
|teletron8000 ⁂||192.168.42.108||00:16:3e:5e:e2:ee||box0rs||Guan-ish & mz-ish||asterisk server hosting the phone project|
Note: there used to be no system with regards to how these IPs are assigned, it was basically just whatever DHCP first gave these machines made permanent through OpenWRT's LuCI. New devices ought to be assigned to up to 192.168.42.150
|Hostname||IP address||MAC address||Device||Maintainer||Comment||Location|
|ap-west||192.168.42.2||30:b5:c2:b2:76:3a||TP-Link Archer C7||mz-ish||AP/switch for WPA2-PSK||mounted on the left side of the tool shelf|
|ap-elevator-shaft||192.168.42.6||64:66:b3:c6:f1:d4||TP-Link TL-WDR4300 v1||Guan-ish & mz-ish||AP/switch for the rooftop||Inside the elevator maintenance shed|
|3rdfloor||192.168.42.7||64:66:b3:fa:af:c4||TP-Link TL-WDR4300 v1||Guan-ish & mz-ish||AP/switch for the 3rd floor||3rd floor, left from the office hallway door|
|wrtnode-webcam||192.168.42.22||64:51:7e:80:06:d6||WRTNode||Guan-ish & mz-ish||Hanging by the cubby power strip|
Not integrated in our normal network
|Hostname||IP address||MAC address||Device||Maintainer||Comment||Location|
|192.168.88.1||64:d1:54:ad:12:04||MikroTik SXTsq 5 ac||N/A (yet)||For potential LinkNYC uplink||Mounted on the satellite dish on the rooftop|
Notes about subnets, routes and DHCP
Since bo.x0.rs provides its own 10.133.7.0, 10.8.0.0, 10.0.59.0, and 10.0.93.0 subnets, it essentially acts as a second router. Hence, we send out classless static routes via DHCP to make sure none of the clients run into problems and the containers can identify which device is talking to them. This also means static routes are set on the router, plus the necessary DHCP-options may be found in LuCI: Network -> Interfaces -> lan -> DHCP -> Advanced -> DHCP Options.
Since the spec says to ignore the default route packet if classless static route options are seen, we include the default route in the static routes we send out.
Dynamic allocations start at 192.168.42.150.
Network Hierarchy (as of 2019-08-09)
--- network: - name: foo type: router children: - name: verizon type: uplink interface: em0 - name: 24-port-switch type: unmanaged-switch interface: em1 vlans: - name: NYC Mesh vid: 68 - name: NYC Mesh Clients vid: 99 children: - name: box0rs type: server - name: cnc type: device - name: rfid-access-space type: device - name: buzzer-pi-shop type: device - name: voip-space type: voip-phone - name: voip-teletron8000 type: voip-ata - name: wrtnode-webcam type: device - name: north-switch type: unmanaged-switch children: - name: ap-basement type: ap-switch wireless: - ssid: hackmanhattan west wpa2: true - ssid: hackmanhattan west 5Ghz wpa2: true - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-inside vlan: 99 crypto: true - name: west-switch type: unmanaged-switch children: - name: ap-west type: ap-switch wireless: - ssid: hackmanhattan crypto: false - ssid: hackmanhattan west crypto: true - ssid: hackmanhattan west 5Ghz crypto: true - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-inside vlan: 99 crypto: true - name: octoprint-main type: device - name: brother-printer type: printer - name: bricolage type: server - name: hallway-switch type: unmanaged-switch children: - name: ap-south type: ap-switch wireless: - ssid: hackmanhattan crypto: false - ssid: hackmanhattan west crypto: true - ssid: hackmanhattan west 5Ghz crypto: true - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-inside vlan: 99 crypto: true - name: ap-3rdfloor type: ap-switch wireless: - ssid: hackmanhattan crypto: false - ssid: hackmanhattan west crypto: true - ssid: hackmanhattan west 5Ghz crypto: true - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-inside vlan: 99 crypto: true - name: rfid-access-building type: device - name: elevator-shed type: unmanaged-poe-switch poe: 48V @ 1.25A children: - name: mesh-hub type: ap-switch poe: 18W wireless: - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-back vlan: 99 crypto: true - ssid: nycmesh-wds vlan: 68 crypto: true - name: ap-mesh-hybrid type: ap-switch poe: 24V @ 3A - ~18W wireless: - ssid: hackmanhattan west crypto: true - ssid: hackmanhattan west 5Ghz crypto: true - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-front vlan: 99 cryppto: true - ssid: nycmesh-wds vlan: 68 crypto: true children: - name: mesh-east type: ap poe: 10.5W wireless: - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-east vlan: 99 crypto: true - ssid: nycmesh-wds vlan: 68 crypto: true - name: mesh-west type: ap poe: 10.5W wireless: - ssid: -NYC Mesh Community WiFi- vlan: 99 crypto: false - ssid: nycmesh-3664-west vlan: 99 crypto: true - ssid: nycmesh-wds vlan: 68 crypto: true - name: mesh-uplink type: wireless-client poe: 7W wireless: - ssid: LinkNYC Private crypto: true type: uplink - name: voip-elevator type: voip-ata - type: unused interface: em2 - name: emergency type: static interface: em3
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Machine and IP Allocation Table (Old)
|n/a||n/a||Alcatel I-211M-K||Operations||ONT and Modem for Verizon FiOs|
|192.168.42.1||rtr1.ratpark.net||TP-Link TL-WDR4300 v1||Operations||Main router. Also does DNS, DHCP. Channel 1. Nonstandard port for external connections. Nonstandard password. (Hack Manhattan)|
|n/a||n/a||Netgear JGS516||Operations||16 Port Gigabit Switch|
|n/a||n/a||?||Operations||8 Port Switch|
|n/a||n/a||?||Operations||4 Port Switch|
|192.168.42.2||rtr2.ratpark.net||TP-Link TL-WDR4300 v1||Operations||Channel 11. (2rd Floor Hallway)|
|192.168.42.3||rtr3.ratpark.net||TP-Link TL-WDR4300 v1||Operations||Channel 6. (3rd Floor Hallway)|
|192.168.42.4||rtr4.ratpark.net||TP-Link TL-WDR4300 v1||Operations||Channel 11. (Elevator Machine Room)|
|surv-frontdoor.ratpark.net||WRTnode||Guan Yang||Operates wirelessly. Can we change that? (First Floor)|
|surv-main.ratpark.net||WRTnode||Guan Yang||Operates wirelessly. Can we change that? (Hack Manhattan)|
|wrtnode-hmdoor.ratpark.net||WRTnode?||Guan Yang||Controls door strike. (First Floor)|
|octopi.ratpark.net||Raspberry Pi||Allows for unattended (no computer needed) printing. Username hackmanhattan. Canonical password. (Hack Manhattan)|
|boiler-wired.ratpark.net||WRTnode||Guan Yang||Boiler controller and sensor. Is it still in use? (Where in the 3rd floor is the boiler?)|
|hackmanhattan.club||?||Guan Yang||Is it still in use? (Where is it?)|
|wr703n.ratpark.net||TP-Link TL-WR703N||?||We definitely do not need this. (Hack Manhattan)|
|quinn.ratpark.net||What is this? (Where is it?)|
|ai-stem.ratpark.net||What is this? (Where is it?)|
|kiosk.ratpark.net||What is this? (Where is it?)|
|!?!?!?||The list goes on and on.|
|192.168.43.0||Operations||DHCP Allocation Block|
parent_device |(physical port on parent_device)-(physical port on child_device)child_device null can be used where applicable (device only has 1 port, etc.) ? can be used for incomplete data that could not be obtained due to security reasons or other. fiosmodem |(null)-(wan)rtr1 |(1)-(1)jgs516 # Netgear JGS516 |(7)-(null)big-box # Octopi, Big-Box, and Backup_Terminal |(8)-(8)teg580g # Treadnet TEG-580g 8 port switch on Laptopia |(9)-(null)gxp400 # IP Phone |(15)-(1)rtr2 |(2)-(1)rtr3 # light pink cable that gets painted over on it's way up |(2)-(null)wrtnode # boiler wrtnode |(3)-(?)firstfloor # goes into box, don't want to break it open |(4)-(null)null # long blue cable that goes to nothing |(wan)-(5)tlsg1005d # TP-Link TL-SG1005D |(4)-(null)ds215j # Synology DS215j |(1)-(null)null # goes into gray cable that goes to nothing |(16)-(1)rtr4 |(2)-(null)null # black cable, goes to front of building |(3)-(null)gx # grandstream telephone line modem/device, need model number |(4)-(null)null # short blue cable, goes to nothing
I'm not going to use proprietary diagramming tools or bother writing some script to graph this. Text is enough and more than sufficient for our purposes.
Fiber Modem |-rtr1.ratpark.net |-Netgear JGS516 |-IP Phone |-8 Port Switch On Laptopia |-Area with octopi, bigbox, and backup terminal? |-rtr2.ratpark.net |-First Floor 4 Port Switch |-rtr3.ratpark.net |-Stuff in the boiler room? |-rtr4.ratpark.net? |-Stuff in the elevator machine room?
- 2016-05-31: The space VoIP phone was reported to have no networking. A troubleshooting monkey was dispatched, and it was found that if one plugs said phone in the inappropriate holes, it will not work. RESOLVED.
- 2016-05-23: Since our wrtnodes that run our streams operate within that band, our space stream was no longer accessible (but the front door still was?). This has been rectified by having it connect as a client to a different access point. Resolved.
- 2016-05-23: Whilst performing hotfixes to rectify the 2016-05-23 network problem, one of our volunteer monkeys disabled the wireless interfaces on our space access point, and they are currently still down. Whack the main space stream once this is fixed. UNRESOLVED.
- 2016-05-23: A building community member reported failure to obtain a DHCP lease on all over our access points' 2.4 GHz networks, which is extremely odd since they're all on the same VLAN and on the same hardware as their 5GHz radio interfaces. Regardless, volunteers attempted to look at the problem, which was magically gone by 2016-05-27. Unable to reproduce. Resolved.