I want to connect two buildings at 500ft. I have roof access for the antennas with line of sight, routers will be inside and protected. I already have 6 2.4ghz directional 14dbi antennas.
Speed is nice but reliability is a bit more important. We will have some voip so jitter can't happen. I want to make sure the 2nd building can be on the same subnet as the 1st building's lan. Both of these models are N which I like.
Has anyone tried building-to-building with either Hawkings HWABN1 or Engenius' ECB9500? I'd get 2 of whichever and connect the antennas to it. Any reason why I'd pick one over the other? If anyone has real-world experience with this type of setup and observered throughput it'd be nice to hear. I was hoping to get 50mbps with N and 20mbps with G. Hopefully 5ms response time.