I want to connect a stand-alone computer in one building to the network in my home, consisting of three computers and a hub.
I'm thinking about buying two wireless bridges, or two wireless access points with bridging capabilities, and connecting one of the bridges to the stand-alone computer's network card and the other bridge to the hub in my home. That should be possible, right?
Linksys WAP11 and D-link DWL-AP900+ both seem to be nice and cheap units, could one of them be something for me, or should I go for something else? Speed is not very important to me.
The two buildings are located at a distance of about 100 metres from eachother. I can see one of the windows of the other building from my kitchen window; am I likely to be able to establish a connection if I put the APs on the window sills, or do I need external antennae?
The only potential obstruction is a birch. It has no leaves on it at the moment, but that's going to change pretty soon I guess. How much will leaves obstruct the signal?