Those bridges will work for PTP. Even the 1300's with a builtin antenna should work. You need clear line of site and you also need to make sure the rf is clean in between your buildings. There is an excel sheet that Cisco had for calculating fresnel zone, etc. Try using that. You can also use that yagi you have.
These AP and antenna pair will work just fine for Point-to-Point bridge. The distance is only 500m, so you may even lower the output power to ease the load on the radio. You will need two APs and two antennas for a complete bridge. 1310 only comes with one TNC connector.
The beam pattern of this antenna is fairly narrow and you should move the antenna very slow when you adjust the antenna alignment.
If you are in a busy city with many RF interferences around, I would consider changing this bridge to 802.11a spectrum. Cisco is not making any bridge product any more, so you will either have to use outdoor AP and an antenna and configure it as bridge or buy 3rd party bridge product such as Exalt.
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Transferring Crash file from standby:
Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...