I am looking to get some advice from the TP Link community. I have 3 houses that I want to connect and share internet with (i.e. PtMP, with house A to be the main), but I’m wondering what equipment would be best suited for this scenario. There is clear line of sight between house A and C, and between house B and C (both window to window or exterior mounted or combination), but no “easy” line of sight between A and B. The roof of house A is lower than the houses between A and B, so an elevated pole mount doesn’t seem like an ideal solution. Also, there is no stucco chimney at house A either and these are all single story houses. Or would a setup to bridge the connection between A to C, then C to B work? One other option that I have thought of would be to have a connection between houses A and B setup in the backyard, so the poles wouldn’t need to be so high. But this would technically require me to buy an additional CPE, as I would have one set of devices in the front of house A to connect to C, and another pair of devices for A to B, both in the backyard, totaling 4.
(which outdoor AP/CPE?) Depending on the setup recommended by the community, this can either be mounted inside (window to window, if A to C then C to B), or outside (PtMP, A to B and C, with some creative outdoor mounting so house B can receive signal from house A)
Most likely I will need to do an outdoor solution as there is no line of sight between house A and B, unless I link to house C. If that is the case, then I can probably indoor mount and have the signal go through the window of house B and C, easing the logistics of an outdoor mount
An outdoor mounted antenna is not as difficult for this house. I am fairly flexible for window to window wireless connections or exterior siding or roof/chimney stucco mount options
Please let me know if I can help clarify anything. I have not purchased any TP-Link devices yet. Any recommendations/suggestions welcomed! Thank you in advance!