Wireless Networks Thread, Wireless bridge in Technical; OK, so our site team had a "mishap" with one of our fibre cables, knocking a couple of classrooms in ...
17th January 2014, 03:44 PM #1
OK, so our site team had a "mishap" with one of our fibre cables, knocking a couple of classrooms in a remote building (remote by about 20m) offline - these are our music classes who use youtube/music quite a bit.
We have fibre guys coming to quote on monday, but thinking of getting a unifi bridging kit as a temp measure - does anyone know whether we'll need an ofcom license for this? Or can anyone think of a better method?
17th January 2014, 04:19 PM #2
If you're just trying to link two switches, could you just run a length of external-grade Cat5e cable between them? This might not be practical (I don't know if this is accross a playgound or something), and ideally you're supposed to have current supresors at each end in case of lightning strikes.
Originally Posted by Willott
17th January 2014, 04:42 PM #3
If you're running a 2.4ghz bridge that conforms to spec then no need for any licence.
20th January 2014, 08:52 PM #4
Are you referring tot he Ubiquiti NanoStation PTP kit? They would work fine for this purpose and sit in the unlicensed bands.
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