I am putting in a bid for a large wireless job and I've contacted both Siemens and Cisco. I haven't spoke to anyone at Cisco except some people in Asia but Siemens actually sent people to me for this job. I don't get it.
Can someone please tell me would a 1300 series outdoor wireless router work with about two other 1300's with either a omni-directional or other antenna for a football field?
Does anyone have a client who has something like this installed and what am I looking to do, before I buy any equipment?
Can you also post this topic in your company's Facebook/Twitter account? Cisco's starting to use the Cisco SocialMiner 8.5 and this proggie might spot what you are saying and their head office may contact someone in your region to contact you.
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