This is probably going to sound like stupid question #5000, but please be nice :)
I'm wondering if you can use a "standard" four-port wired router to power, say, WRT54G's, located outside a building, with Power over Ethernet.
For example: you have the wired router inside, on mains power, and then you run the Cat5 to the PoE convertor, which then powers the WRT54G. And then you have another WRT54G powered by the second port on your wired router, and so on.
I'm looking to prevent losses via antenna cabling by mounting the AP itself outside with pigtail, but I'm not too keen on leaving a PC on24/7 (in an area with no aircon) to power it all.
Is this idea possible?