Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km

Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km
Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km
2015-12-16 23:04:02
Model : CPE210

Hardware Version : Not Clear

Firmware Version :

ISP :

Hello everybody,

I am new here and also new to CPE stuff.

I want to connect 2 buildings with distance of about 1km

Site1 > to > Site2

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At Site1 I have TP-LINK Archer D2 router and I want to connect it directly to CPE210 and connect to Site2 with CPE210.
For that purpose do I always ON the PC at Site1 end? Or we can directly connect CPE210 with router without PC involvement?

On Site2:
Is it possible to make CPE210 as a hotspot? or I need to must have router after CPE.

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Possible?
Archer D2 router >> CPE510_AP ))))) (((( CPE510_client << laptops

Please suggest me any best possible setup and devices.

thanks in advance.
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Re:Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km
2015-12-17 11:48:02
Here's a better scheme: Archer_D2_router---------CPE510_AP))))))))(((((((((((CPE510_Client-------AP(TL-WA901ND for example))))))((((((laptops
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Re:Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km
2015-12-17 13:12:02
Thank you stupidbird,

So we must have router (like TL-WA901ND) at receiving end to connect WIFI devices.

If it is mandatory can you please suggest me any longest range router (like 500ft).
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Re:Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km
2015-12-17 14:46:57
500ft maybe beyond the ability of indoor AP/Router. But for outdoor AP such as TL-WA7510N/TL-WA7210N it's just a piece of cake. However, communication is bidirectional. Mobile devices(Laptop, smartphones) can communicate to others no longer than around 100m as a result of limited transmit power. Therefore even the AP can cover more than 100m makes no sense. Would you mind to tell us your hotspot requirement in site 2?
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Re:Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km
2015-12-17 17:36:30
Thank you stupidbird,

We have a big double story home (300ft each side), want to share wifi at every corner.

We can use repeaters but I want to use single router if possible.
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Re:Connect 2 buildings with distance of 1km
2015-12-17 18:46:49

istarty wrote


So we must have router (like TL-WA901ND) at receiving end to connect WIFI

Never place a router at the end, 901 @birds suggestion, is a AP, if you place a router, you will have the issue of double NAT, to avoid double nat, in case you deploy a router to get the 4 extra ethernet ports to connect more devices you have 2 options set STATIC ip on it, or set router, on AP mode by disabling dhcp and connecting to any ethernet port

We have a big double story home (300ft each side), want to share wifi at every corner.
I want to use single router if possible.

Tp-Link devices are not Sooty's Magic Wand
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