Looking for a 3 month temporary solution for a customer who needs to move some people out of his current building to a building across the street while they do repair work. The distance is approx 150'-200', complete line of site, both are second floor locations with office spaces that has windows that see each other. I'm looking for the easiest, not necessarily the best option. I'm thinking of mounting a yagi on each side on a "portable mast" (pvc in concrete in 5 gallon bucket) inside each building. I don't expect much attenuation from the windows, but would like some feedback. Also, since these yagi's and associated bridges are indoors, I should NOT need to worry about grounding or lightening suppressors - correct? Looking for validation, experience, caveats, etc...
Thanks! The buildings are both very old, single panes of glass so I'm not overly concerned either. No need to ground or lightening suppress either since everything is indoors? just doing a sanity check.
Given the older glass, and only 200', a Yagi is overkill. Should work, but I'd bet you could use any antenna, including the standard rubber duck. 'Course, after the temporary situation ends, it'll be nice to have spare Yagi's laying around...
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
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Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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