FCC regulations pertaining to connecting an antenna mounted on the outside wall of a building and connecting it to an access point mounted on the inside wall of a building
Are there any FCC regulations pertaining to connecting an outdoor antenna that is mounted on the outside wall of a building and connecting this antenna to an access point that is mounted on the inside wall of the building? I am looking at installing an AIR-ANT2566P4W-R= antenna on the outside of a building and connecting it to a Cisco 2702e that would be mounted indoors on the opposite side of the exterior wall.
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