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    we have two buildings almost 1000 feet ahead each other;
    cable route is not define....open area in between......so how to connect each other either via cat6 or wireless to give Lan and internet access to new building users.........with cable it's means switch must install between.; but is open area how to cover the whole cable and swicthes....

    other option through wireless..........i am not sure how how to connect via wireless outdoor.......which equipment / devices, frequency would be used; and how much data transfer rate will achieve with this option....plz help if you have better option with affordable and most reliable..........

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    Re: connecting two buildings "p2p"

    Cantenna?

    http://www.cantenna.com/
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      Re: connecting two buildings "p2p"

      If a cable run has been considered, why not optic fibre? It can be put in a trench and conduit. That way you don't have the same wireless issues and it will be a much faster connection. Wireless may not supply the necessry bandwidth as the OP hasn't mentioned how many users will be connected to it.
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        Re: connecting two buildings "p2p"

        Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
        If a cable run has been considered, why not optic fibre? It can be put in a trench and conduit. That way you don't have the same wireless issues and it will be a much faster connection. Wireless may not supply the necessry bandwidth as the OP hasn't mentioned how many users will be connected to it.
        thanks ...
        maximum 25 users will be on other end........can wireless will help us....we have to give database access , internet , printing etc.

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