About Ten of our LAN users are moving to a new building which is about 50m far from the existing building for a few Monthes. They have there own cabling and must access our LAN for domain authentication..etc. I am thinking Two Access points with Antenna on each side but found it expensive solution.
You need two wireless bridges..Access Point will not work..I assume the distance between two buildings is 50 meter not a 50 mile as cisco's wireless bridges will cover upto 25 mile distance with a best line of sight..
If you put two bridges 50 meters apart using the 2.2dBi di-pole antennas, you will have almost 100x the signal strength you need, however you will create 'noise' that may reduce the throughput for APs in either building.
Since this is a temporary setup, the cheap answer is to use a wireless client device to connect the remote building through your existing AP - as long as your applications can tolerate crossing a Layer 3 connection.
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