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    Outdoor Wireless / Ethernet over Power

    Evening All.

    Can anyone suggest a descent but not too expensive outdoor wireless bridge, would like to connect 2 buildings together but can't run cables outdoors.

    Also in the building i'd like to install the network in we can't put alot of trunking and the walls are very thick, was thinking about ethernet over power... is there descent ones out there? had a random idea of doing it over power then adding access points so the building becomes wireless....

    Cheers..

    Dave

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    Hi Dave,

    What wireless system do you currently have in place at the moment? if you have the budget and your currenty wireless system is on its way out you could look at purchasing a new wireless system called Ruckus Wireless.

    It uses mesh technology where you can allow 2 AP's join together without any wires but still give you the best wireless strength.

    There are 3 companys on here of whom distrobute Ruckus it might be worth giving them a call and they will be able to explain more.

    Net-Ctrl: - Enterprise Security Solutions | Network Security Consultants speak to Mark Power or Aggy on the forums

    WestWood Associates: - Westwood Associates - Speak to the lovley Mandy

    ComputerProducts LTD: Simon @ CPLTD who also Sells Ruckus.

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    Failing the above if you cannot upgrade your currenty wireless system, maybe you could purchase N Standard AP's and make sure the machines have N Standard Wireless Cards to help with regards to strength.

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    Many thanks for the recomendation Edutech,

    Computer Products Ltd specialises in many different wireless solutions including Ruckus,Meru,Extricom to name but a few,
    We can help you with choosing the right solution for your requirements with ubiased consultation on the wireless technology that's available in the market today,

    Be sure to pm me your details if you require any infomation or pricing

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveMurphy View Post
    Evening All.

    Can anyone suggest a descent but not too expensive outdoor wireless bridge, would like to connect 2 buildings together but can't run cables outdoors.

    Also in the building i'd like to install the network in we can't put alot of trunking and the walls are very thick, was thinking about ethernet over power... is there descent ones out there? had a random idea of doing it over power then adding access points so the building becomes wireless....

    Cheers..

    Dave
    Hi Dave

    I would be more than happy to disucss your requirments relating to Ruckus Wireless when you have a chance, just drop me a PM or give me a call in on 01473 281211 or 07525 785 278, if I am not about then Aggy would also be happt to help you.

    There are some very exciting times ahead with Ruckus and the outdoor access points which may work very well for you.

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    All the best

    Mark

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