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100M wireless bridge recomendation

100M wireless bridge recomendation

100M wireless bridge recomendation

I am doing a setup for 2 buildings, diagonally opposite sides of a street.  The distance is about 100 meters, practicaly line of sight, maybe a partial tree blockage ( have not been on the roof of building #2 .)  

I would like to connect the existing LAN in building #1 to what will be in building #2.  Internet is around 1M, but file transfers should be way better than that, aka - more than 20M.

I am looking at gear from Ubiquiti, namely the Nanostation line.  anyone had experience?  Good or bad, or even a recommendation for something else would be appreciated.


RE: 100M wireless bridge recomendation

The Nano Stations work great. I have used them on more than one occasion to set up bridges at that distance and even further.

RE: 100M wireless bridge recomendation

Great!, sorry for the delay getting back, been one of those weeks.

One of the builings is in a unserviced area as far as high speed internet, so I am trying to bridge web and LAN to the other building.

The price point on the Nano gear is almost too good to be true, especially compared to things like Proxim Wimax stuff, so I was unsure of the viability.


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