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  1. #16
    I am back! The whole thing stopped working with 25+ users on the WBS210/TL-ANT2415MS on B roof.
    So I should have listened to you experts.
    This time for version 2 my focus will be on getting wifi inside of building C mainly (and B,E). To share that 100mbit/s Internet goodness connection equally amongst the laptops and mobile phones.
    My new setup is below. I am open to comment - and will listen this time. Hopefully I don't have to bin the
    WBS210/TL-ANT2415MS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beamboy View Post
    This time for version 2 my focus will be on getting wifi inside of building C mainly (and B,E).


    What's the purpose of the 2x EAP110-Outdoor? Should they cover outdoor devices or buildings B and E?
    Note that the EAP110-Outdoor has a coverage area of up to 100-150m (200m theoretically for 802.11n, if good weather and not a Friday the 13th
    ).

    Hopefully I don't have to bin the WBS210/TL-ANT2415MS.
    You could still use the WBS210 with sector antenna to feed up to 20-25 outdoor clients. Or exchange the TL-ANT2415MS by the newly announced TL-ANT2410MO omnidirectional antenna to replace one of the EAP110-Outdoor.
    Last edited by R1D2; 10-04-2017 at 21:55.

  3. #18
    thanks for looking R1D2, that omnidirectional looks great I will put it with the WBS210/TL to cover B and some of the yard. Then I just need to find a way to get something out to E (might even be able to run a cable to that one)

    Would I be better off just having WBS510 to the first CPE510? Then running network cable from CPE510 -> TL-WR841HP
    -> TL-WR841HP -> TL-WR841HP

    Do I even need an antenna that first hop is 8 meters so maybe from A to C - CPE520 <->
    CPE520 -cat6> TL-WR841HP -cat6> TL-WR841HP -cat6> TL-WR841HP
    Last edited by beamboy; 10-04-2017 at 23:35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beamboy View Post
    Would I be better off just having WBS510 to the first CPE510?


    IMHO, no. Only difference is the antenna - for one directional link only a CPE510 fits perfectly.

    Do I even need an antenna that first hop is 8 meters so maybe from A to C - CPE520 <-> CPE520 -cat6> TL-WR841HP
    -cat6> TL-WR841HP -cat6> TL-WR841HP
    Using a cable is always the best option. Wireless links are the second-best solution if cabling isn't possible.

  5. #20
    Great looks much cleaner.

    I am guessing the cat6 cable can be run from the (C) CPE520 to the first TL-WR841HP then multiple cat6 out and into the other WR841HP's (maybe use a switch before the first WR841)
    This would be from the (C) CPE520 it is as fast as it can be then cable sent to multiple TL-WR841HP's throughout the building.
    I suppose the 2.4Ghz wifi in the building would overlap with the same ssid's hopefully that is not a problem.

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    Same SSIDs are no problem (it makes roaming between SSIDs possible), but you should use different WiFi channels.


 

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