I was networking the D-link Wiress Cameras (DCS-2100+) to record a birth of a horse. I can get the cameras to work within the house with the wireless router. There is about 250ft to another office where I set up a wireless access point. From there it is about 175ft at the most to the cameras in the stall. I was on the phone with D-link for 2 days trying to set this system up. Eventually they told me the WAP was not going to work from that distance and the only way to check this was if the cameras were working near the WAP (which they weren't when the cameras were right next to it). They also told me the lights on the WAP (WLAN and LAN), didn't mean anything. They had their head of technical support on the phone with me. I need to get these cameras up by May. The problem is that the barn is completely metal, wired for electricity and phone lines (DSL is not available though). Should I hard wire them from the router to another router/hub/switch in the office then wire the cameras to that? Or can anyone suggest a better wireless method? I need the cameras to be seen on the internet for this ranch's website. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.