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Yes I'm doing a case senaraio. I'm upgrading a company to have technology. It's going to have to site locations 100 yards apart. My first building is going to have 12 PCs and 3 laptops. My other building is going to have 4 PCs and 1 laptop. What is the best way to implement this.

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I would implement some type of wireless point to point link and use access points that could act as bridges so this few number of computers would be on a single LAN. Some links to help are:

http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/tutorials/article.php/1563991

http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=292

http://www.intermec.com/products/apciscoaironet1300/index.aspx

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  • mshen
    As much as a hate wireless connections, I have to say Labnuke99's implemenation is the best way to do it. Direct line of sight between the buildings would be the best, and directional antennas can reach 100yards. As a technician for a networking manufacturer, I've heard of some installations in Mexico that were 1.2 Miles apart. That blew my mind at the time.
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