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    Solution to provide Wi-Fi in small village

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    Hi to all


    A friend of mine has some old village houses to rent. He want to provide internet access to all houses via Wi-Fi.
    The used implementation do not work and the guests complain about the poor service.
    The major problem is the material used in external walls, 1 meter solid blocks of stone (granite) that blocks all wireless signal.

    I need some help in validate my idea or point me to a new direction or products, to put the signal inside the houses.

    Exists a central point, the reception, with an ISP fibre internet access and an operator router.
    The reception is in a lower plan. All houses are in different plans above the reception. The houses are not more than 10 meters, in line of sight, from the reception.

    Is impossible to pass Ethernet cable between reception and houses, so the only option is wireless.

    My idea is in reception put a pole with the new TL-ANT2410MO antenna connected to an WBS210, that connects to a port in the ISP router.
    In every house put a pole with a CPE210 and inside house a TL-WA801ND to provide wireless.

    Any ideas are appreciated

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcoluna View Post
    My idea is in reception put a pole with the new TL-ANT2410MO antenna connected to an WBS210, that connects to a port in the ISP router.
    In every house put a pole with a CPE210 and inside house a TL-WA801ND to provide wireless.

    Any ideas are appreciated
    You already got the idea . But I would prefer WBS510 with sector antenna, if all houses can be covered by an area of the antenna's 120 beam width angle. This will reduce possible interference with the indoor devices and other WiFi gear around (indoor WiFi is not completely blocked, except if the houses don't have windows and doors). But if you really need omnidirectional coverage, the WBS210 with TL-ANT2410MO would probably better.

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    Hi again

    Thanks for validate my idea.
    I'll see if all hoses are in 120 beam and change to 5GHz for PtMP connection.

    Once again Thanks

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    Hi to all, again

    More data ...
    The houses are in approximate 270 beam width angle from the reception. So back to first idea.

    Today I bean aware that one house (House A) is not in line of sight with the reception, but is in line of sight with another house (House B).
    What implementation/equipment can I use to retransmit the signal from House B, that receive it from reception, to House A?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcoluna View Post
    Today I bean aware that one house (House A) is not in line of sight with the reception, but is in line of sight with another house (House B).
    What implementation/equipment can I use to retransmit the signal from House B, that receive it from reception, to House A?
    You can set up a relay station at house B. Either use 3 devices:

    Client@reception ))) ((( AP@houseB ))) ((( client@houseA

    or 4 devices:

    AP@reception ))) ((( client1@houseB ------ client2@houseB ))) ((( AP@houseA

    ))) means wireless link
    --- means cable link


 

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