Nothing beats “Hardwire,” but sometimes “Wireless” is the only option.
A Point to Point Bridge (1 point to another) or a Point to Multi Point Bridge (1 Main Location and several other locations linked to the main via wireless) are very impressive and can link locations that are miles apart.
When working with wireless there are many factors that come into play.
Terrain, Trees, Buildings, Obstacles, Interference from Power Lines, etc.
Money is the key component when it comes to long range wireless. If you can afford to buy the proper Access points, antennas and feed line, you can reach distances you never thought possible.
Some ISP’s (Internet Service Providers) have agreements that depict what you can and cannot do with your connection. Most don’t seem to care but some have it clearly stated that your wireless cannot be shared with other people.
With that being said, many people have family that live nearby and they set up a system so both homes can utilize a single Internet Feed and split the cost. I think many ISP’s realize that the cost is out of reach for many people and splitting the monthly fee is the only way they can afford to do it and the ISP’s can at least provide service they may otherwise not be able to.
Many homes have out buildings, unattached garages, etc. that would benefit from a “Bridged” connection from their home. Such benefits include the ability to share files, folders, hard drives, internet and even use Business Software such as QuickBooks.
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