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No connection. scenario: I am trying to route my internet connection to a buliding where my office is. It is about 1500 feet away. I am using two parabolic antennas and the wireless lan boxes. The cd info to me is very confusing, keeping in mind that I am not a computer guru or throughly literate in this kind of stuff. I think my biggest problem is trying to understand what needs to be an access point and or bridge.....?? what the heck? What makes sense to me is that where my cable internet comes into the house, does not this need to be the access point and my shop need to be the bridge? or access point here too? Am I wrong? Point to point? multi-point? I am getting a signal quality of usually 49 and communication of at least 60- 74, but it will not connect to the internet. Any suggestions are well appreciated. This is driving me nuts.

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You are trying to establish a point-to-point link between two buildings. You need one access point and one bridge. Technically, it doesn't matter which one you put at which end. Traditionally, you put the AP where the network connection is, because it makes adding future remote locations easier.
500 yards should be a cakewalk for this model.

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