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Topic # 83897 23-May-2011 16:26
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Need to setup wireless in my office. There are 2 floors and will probably be a max of 25 users at any 1 time. Am thinking I will need two access points connected by Cat5 in the ceiling space or something along those lines. Am thinking of a couple of these http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=388517 

Any other suggestions of kit people have used successfully in the past?




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  Reply # 473131 23-May-2011 19:23
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These guys should do the trick:

http://www.ascent.co.nz/productspecification.aspx?ItemID=392007

We've implemented them in a few similar situations.

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  Reply # 473132 23-May-2011 19:29
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Ubiquiti kit is great, the new Unifi's also look very nice if you want wall or ceiling mounted.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 473134 23-May-2011 19:30
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sbiddle: Ubiquiti kit is great, the new Unifi's also look very nice if you want wall or ceiling mounted.


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  Reply # 473880 25-May-2011 12:39
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thanks guys, will check those out.




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