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  1. The second building is uphill, I haven't tried climbing the tree, but the one I am thinking of is quite tall so it might have line of sight. Would this actually be a doable task? To power it, I would just need a ethernet cable from the building to the device with a PoE adapter?
  2. That would probably be more expensive, no? Would it be crazy to try and climb a tree next to second building and set up the AP there?
  3. The person who owns the first building told me he pays for gigabit internet, but when I am connected to his router (with ethernet cord) it maxes out at about 100Mbps. Ideally I would like to be able to play multiplayer videogames - csgo, overwatch, runescape. Is gaming realistic, I understand that there will be some latency, but would it make more sense to just go the satellite / mobile hotspot approach?
  4. I live in a very rural area so my options are either something like the 300mbps APs, satellite internet provider or a mobile hotspot provider. The reason 60mbps doesn't really phase me is that satellite / mobile hotspot is likely to be just as bad (if not worse). So would what I linked not be decent? because it definitely falls under the 200usd range. The connect and go just means that it is easy to setup. I don't think I would be able to manage something DIY such as what other replies were saying but the cheaper ones that are <100USD per device seem like they aren't too hard to setup.
  5. What is the difference of the thing you linked vs something like https://www.amazon.com/Ubiquiti-NanoStation-M2-Wireless-Access/dp/B00HXT8K4O/ref=sr_1_9?keywords=ubiquity&qid=1579480581&refinements=p_89%3AUbiquiti+Networks%2Cp_36%3A1253505011&rnid=2888501011&s=pc&sr=1-9 even cheaper is https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-CPE210-300Mbps-dual-polarized-directional/dp/B00P4JKQGK/ref=sr_1_1?crid=22RFLP2U3229B&keywords=tplink+cpe220&qid=1579479005&sprefix=tplink+cpe%2Caps%2C219&sr=8-1
  6. Hello, I have internet access at one building and would like to get internet at another building about 1600 feet away with some trees in the way. From what I have read so far what I want is a point to point wireless bridge, and that Ubiquity is the best producer of wireless access points. Looking to buy through amazon because if it doesn't workout then I can just return it very easily. I think that I have to buy two of the devices, two outdoor ethernet cables, and then just connect one device to the router that has internet, then the other device (1600 ft away) to another router that will serve the whole house with internet. Not looking to spend much more than 200$, but I haven't done a project like this before so if anyone could point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated. (What is best to buy/ what do I need to know).