troubleshooting Question

Looking for wireless bridging options

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I have a retail customer that has built a new warehouse 200 yards behind their current store.  There is concrete between the buildings, so its not possible to trench in CAT5.  I'm left with looking at a wireless bridge option.  

My thought is to put directional antennas on the roofs of both buildings and then use either Linksys gear or Sonicwall to create the bridge.  I'd be interested to hear what others have done.  

Jason
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