Help setting up three CPE510s to go over a Dam

Help setting up three CPE510s to go over a Dam
Help setting up three CPE510s to go over a Dam
2019-07-09 22:06:58
Model: CPE510
Hardware Version: V2
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Hello, I have three CPE510s that I need to use to extend my wifi over a dam to the tailrace. The first one at my office is the AP. I have two more at the top of the dam connected to a switch to get the signal over the top of the dam. My question is, how do I configure the other two on top of the dam? Do I make the closest on to the AP a client and the one facing the other way a repeater? Do I make them both repeaters? Any help would be appreciated

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Re:Help setting up three CPE510s to go over a Dam
2019-07-10 02:23:53

H82GOSLO wrote

Hello, I have three CPE510s that I need to use to extend my wifi over a dam to the tailrace. The first one at my office is the AP. I have two more at the top of the dam connected to a switch to get the signal over the top of the dam. My question is, how do I configure the other two on top of the dam? Do I make the closest on to the AP a client and the one facing the other way a repeater? Do I make them both repeaters? Any help would be appreciated

 

I guess that you want to configure the topology like this:CPE510(AP))))))CPE510(Repeater))))))CPE510(Client)-------switch

I don't recommend using CPE as a repeater, because as far as I know, CPE's antenna is on the front side, that is, only its front side can normally receive and send signals. If CPE510 is used as a Repeater, we can only face it toward the AP or Client, this signal may not be good.

So I suggest you set CPEs like this: CPE510(AP))))))))CPE510(Client)-------switch

The coverage distance of CPE510 is 15km, so the distance should be sufficient.

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Re:Help setting up three CPE510s to go over a Dam
2019-07-11 11:01:23 - last edited 2019-07-13 11:11:58
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