| On Oct 16, 10:53 am, Morph wrote: | > We need to bridge two networks that are 800m apart. There is no Line of | > Sight but there is a point that is visible from the two locations that | > can be used as a relay point. | > What kind of solution would you propose for this scenario? | >
| > I think that at the relay point there should be 2 bridges connected with | > a crossover cable, each with an antenna pointing towards the remote | > locations and there should also be a bridge and antenna at each location | > working in bridge mode. Is this OK or am I missing something? | > Thanx in advance! | | you can use 3 cisco wirelesss APs for this. I have this configurued at | home where cable lines come where the TV is (living room) and then my | PC in the bedroom is wired into anohter AP that is brided to the | rootap in the living room. (I do this instead of buying a wireless | card for pc for wake-on-lan purposes in case anyone is wondering) | | you can make the relay AP the rootap and each AP on either end a | bridgeAP. Cisco site has excellent documentation but if you want I'll | post my configs.
If we use 3 APs then for the one in the middle we should use Omni antena. Will this be OK for a distance od 400m till the end points?
If it's not a problem please post your config. Thank you for your time.