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Old 05-11-2010, 04:26 PM
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Default Help with wireless setup

I am trying to setup a wireless system to travel from building 1 that has a wireless router i need to get a signal to a building 2 about 400 ft away. I have been in contact with radiolabs and there suggestion is to go from my router to an 02 point access point then to an omni 12 from building 1 and an 02 connect at building 2. Is this a good setup or is there a better and cheaper way?
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Old 06-02-2010, 09:36 AM
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Hello friends

I have a mn 500 already that I am using for my home network. I am
trying to setup a mn 500 for a friend but I go through the setup
software and when it tries to program the router at the end it fails
for firewall or virus or it wants me to restore it to factory with a
pin reset. I tried both with no luck.

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