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Bridge Wireless between two buildings

Posted on 2010-09-21
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hi guys,

We need to bridge the network wirelessly between two buildings about 100 meters apart.
One building is getting the T1 line and there's no such option for the other one, we can not put fibre either.
Our three options right now are, Proxim Psunami 8100, Bridgewave SLE100, Bridgewave GE60. All these are over our budget. Can you recommend something better and cheaper.

Thanks!
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Jakob Digranes earned 125 total points
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look into these;
http://www.ubnt.com/nanostation
can be put in wireless bridge mode and let you connect two buildings wirelessly.
be aware: 802.11a or 802.11b/g - no 802.11a/b/g og and no 802.11n

and why on earht is this in Live Communications Server Zone ??
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