8 Nov 2017
|Donations, from offering pasties for £7 donation, posters for £5 donation.||£3,471.03|
|Pasty chef costs. We helper Arthur make the pasties, but he was the head chef.||-£342.80|
|Half the rent of a 2 bedroom box flat with hallway as living room||-£1,875|
|Manchester rent (empty house with the taps turned off this time).||-£750|
|2,000 Flyers & 100 posters||-£55.99|
|Fans x 2 to control temperature of audience.||-£60|
|Gas + Electricity that was pay as you go at the £3K flat, after being woken up the first morning by the beeping meter informing us we were going to have cold showers.||-£40|
|Food & drink, including the costs of pasty ingredients (lots of sweet potatoes) and kitchen equipment we couldn't squeeze into a Toyota Yaris.||-£1,000|
|Train tickets x 2 as we couldn't fit three people and the equipment in the car.||-£98.90|
|Edinburgh Festival Fringe||-£295.20|
|Laughing Horse free fringe fee||-£90|
|PA stands to reduce bass after neighbour stormed the stage telling us to F-off.||-£50|
|Total from just doing our own work||-£1,246|
|Teching 5 extra shows during the day (between three of us).||£1,865|
|Total including doing work for others||£619|
Our router is a - ASUS RT-AC68U 2.4GHz/5GHz Wifi router
Running DD-WRT firmware v3.0-r30631 std (09/14/16).
The ASUS RT-AC68U is configured as the DNS server. We have a utility we've written called netfasff.
We run DD-WRT as it allows us to completely configure our router. DD-WRT compatability is something we look for when purchasing routers.
We have performed with a multi-router setup in the past, using the RT68U and two 2.4GHz Netgear WNR3500Lv2s (running DD-WRT firmware). The RT68U is massively louder than the N300s, so we opted to go with using just that instead and everything has been fine for ~130 clients connected over 5GHz and 2.4GHz.