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Interconnect two remote sites

My request is about connect a remote site in our network without using fiber optics.

NB:

- The distance between the two sites is 500m.

- The number of post on the remote site east of 04 posts (Internet access, intranet etc ....).

- See used the opportunity to connect via modem-router

Best regards

Rafif

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500m ethernet cable is at its max.
you can use 4 pair (8lines)telephone wire to semulate ethernet cable (unshield). you will pickup noise on the line.
only one unit can be the moderm to access the Internet the other has to be a router. (Lan port only). and you cansetup both to have wireless access.

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