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  Reply # 60850 15-Feb-2007 08:59
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Yes easily done, all depends on how practical you are. Common sense a router and AP or an all inone unit like wireless nation have on their web site and you can start.

Also check out www.gowifi.co.nz for Senao router/AP's, these are well suited to the type of application you are looking at. The have a good selection of antennas aswell.

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  Reply # 60933 15-Feb-2007 18:24
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You could or you could call them and they will sort it all out for you! 0800 323 946

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