had setup a wireless LAN extension from main building to remote building and the wireless bridge connection seemed to be operating just fine...on the remote side, getting on the local intranet is working great all the time but is having trouble getting on the internet such as google.com...pinged the DNS and gateway is good..actually, the first time getting on the internet is good but usually no more than 2 minutes, the internet connection disappears... i know it sounded like a DNS problem but the ping test is good and the clients, access point, and bridge on the remote side are assigned by DHCP from the main bldg and checked that their IP addresses was assigned by DHCP...FYI, DNS + DHCP are located on the same server..tried rebooting the DNS but same old problem..antennas are in good sight of each other and just a few power lines get in the way of the FRESNEL ZONE but is not significant to cause an interference since they probably make up less than the maximum 40 percent allowed for better wireless reception...any suggestions ?
Okay, so this sounds like a single LAN (and broadcast domain) shared across two buildings with an Ethernet wireless bridge. All machines in both buildings are part of the same network (192.168.1.0 maybe)
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