We have a small school that is already wired and live with broadband via a Cat5e network around the school, which is connected to some class of internet Router that gets all of the school out on the internet.
However, they wish to make 3 of their class rooms wireless as these are the only rooms with wireless Laptops ( The remaining rooms have wired-in PC’s and they are happy with that).
I’m not technical, but my thoughts would be just to buy a “Wireless Access Point” as there is probably no Routing needed and connect it to one of the live Cat5 sockets on the wall. I assume that I am correct? I have some “Wireless Routers” in our stock, but I assume that I may not need their routing, and I may or may not be able to turn that off.
1. TP-Link 150Mps Wireless AP/Client Router. Model No. TL-WR743ND
2. TP-Link 3G/4G Wireless N Router. Model No. TL-MR3420
3. Cisco Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router. Model No. WRT54GL
4. Cisco Linksys Wireless-N Home ADSL2_ Modem Router. Model No. WAG120N
Do I use one of the above devices or what is the best device to buy in this situation? Just buy a plain old “Wireless Access Point” which doesn’t do routing, if so what WAP devices are available in the market to do this, or should I use any of the above?
Also, is there any concern about installing 3 separate devices in the 3 separate rooms, will there be areas where the signals from the 3 devices overlap and cause problems?