First time outdoor wireless survey with no existing WLAN
I've done a fair amount of outdoor wireless surveys, but they've always been for clients with existing wireless networks. Now I have my first opportunity to perform my an outdoor wireless survey where there is no existing WLAN.
I have my AirMagnet, AP and antennas that we plan to deploy (test what you use, use what you test), power source, potential AP locations, GPS, maps, etc. The thing I don't have is a way to mount the antennas temporarily for the survey. Anyone know of an easy way to adapt the AIR-2465P-R and/or the AIR-2485P-R to a camera tripod? Ideally, I'm going to "stick" the antennas to the building walls where we plan to mount the antennas, but I'm looking for alternatives...
Re: First time outdoor wireless survey with no existing WLAN
The one I can recommend for mounting the heavyweight Cisco 1500 and other AP's is the outdoor WiFi Surveyor at www.castertray.comProfessional andUSA-made
It has a rolling capability with 5 wheels, 2 battery compartments, 2 poles to support the AP that can extend up to 14 ft.. It has a rugged retractable platform for a wider base. A U-mount is provided to mount the heavy AP and 2 bracket adaptors to mount regular weight AP's. They do custom mounts of non-Cisco APs too both vertical and horizontal mounts. You can tiedown the whole set-up in a bucket truck or fork lift if you want to get to higher than 15 ft.
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