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Hello Experts, we have a client that is very far away from an exchange , they currently have very mediocre broadband, something like 512mb download. They have one main building and 4 challets outside. They ideally want to get a connection throughout.
We tried a Three 3G sim and were getting speeds of 6mb download and 1 upload. This was in one particular spot and not all over the campus.
We need to get the best possible connectivity into the site. Has anyone here experimented with multiplexing, bonding a few 3G signals and what devices did you use. Ultimately we need to grab a wireless signal and send that out across the grounds using commercial wireless.
Any advice on manufcaturers .
Thanks in advance
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You could run a few cradlepoint boxes to turn the 3G to LAN and then use a sonicwall or whatever to load balance them as a wan.

This is definately outside the range of my expertise, just throwing it out there
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Hi there , yes this is something we looked at ,
We are now looking at satellite as a solution. Thanks
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