I am installing a small coax antenna onto a thick wood beam about 6 feet from my outdoor access point. It is a hotel and the antenna will be mounted around a mostly concrete building with the antenna coax traversing underneath an outdoor 4ft. wide concrete walkway. This small antenna is out overlooking the pool area. The AP will be attached to wood also, and then powerd via POE where the ethernet cable will run directly into an indoor laundry area down to the first floor, and under the building through a 4 foot crawl space eventually connection to a wireless router, indoors. Should I have lightning protection? And if so how would I accomplish this to meet any national standard. Do I just need lightning arrestors, or do I need to actually run a separate wire along the path of the ethernet cable like a lightening rod? Thank you.