Point to Point Antenna Solution Needed

We have two buildings across the street from one another, one has our network and the other has our customers network.  However we have to put one of our time clocks in the customer building.  I am looking for a cheap solution to connect the two buildings via wireless so I can put our time clock on our network.  They are approximately 70 yards apart.  We use Cisco gear but I do not necessarily need Cisco.  In the past we've done this with Netgear WG302 access points but I'm looking for something more modern and easy to setup.  Thank you.
Thomas HoldrenSystem AdministratorAsked:
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masnrockCommented:
Have you looked at products from Ubiquiti airMAX products? Those should work well for you... maybe the NanoBeam m5. Would cost you far less than Cisco products ever would.
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Thomas HoldrenSystem AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Ubiquiti is exactly what I was hoping for, there's just a million options on their Products page.  I'll check out the NanoBeam m5.  Thanks!
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Craig BeckCommented:
Nanobeam is overkill IMO. I'd use a Loco M5.
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masnrockCommented:
Just to be clear, I was referring to the m5 16. And funny enough, it's the exact same cost as the Loco M5. But either one would work at the end of the day.
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Craig BeckCommented:
Cost aside, the Nanobeam would be absolutely screaming at that distance. The Loco has a wider beamwidth so is more suited to a shorter distance.
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