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Setting up an Wireless Network
Guru's ..... am new bie to Wireless... am a service provider. i have to cover an area which is a 1KM away from the feasibility. where Fiber Optic cable is unable to reach (as in between slums area also comes and least probability to go with Fiber).
Definitely i will be hiring an Wireless Networker for stable and better network ... as being an service provider; but... i wanted to know the costing of the particular wireless devices and the list of devices which will be in use.
Keeping in Mind.... its just not i will be starting a wireless to the customers/end users .... its just for Area "A" to reach Area "B" .... after getting a signal, Area "B" will be on Weired network only. One more thing : is it possible to cover Area "C" within that Area "A" Router (which is being in use to passon signal to Area "B")
Waiting for reply........
(Sorry... i may sound lit. choosey ... but guys lemme grow with your experiences)
Thankx in Advance
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