I have a client (one of my bosses) who has a wired country connection running into a WRT54g, it all works pretty sweet and we have good wlan coveage over the house.
The issue is there are also two other dwellings on the property that also want to use WLan, the distance is only 100 meters or so to the furtherest point.
In the past I had two linksys WRE54g range extenders bouning the signal from one dwelling to the next, or worked OK, not all that reliable but it worked, well in the recent storms etc they had several power spikes that ate the router and two range extenders, So I replaced the router, but couldnt get the WRE54G's from techpac until the 25th, so i opted for the belkin WURE units, they are pretty useless, have less range than the linksys ones and are even more unreliable, and keep loosing the signal from the router - even though I can stand outside with a laptop and get 24mpbs off the router.
What I am looking for is a point to point solution with outdoor antennas that will work all the time, was thinking of a cisco BR500 or something, but that may be overkill.
The simple solution would be to dig a hole and run a cable, but that is out of the question according to the Bosses wife hahaa.
So whats out there folks - i want to do this with as few units/devices as possible to minimise points of failure.