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  Reply # 1946205 24-Jan-2018 17:51
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Hatch:

 

Thanks for looking into it for me, if anyone has something like this (or similar to sell) I'd be interested. 200m is optimal, but I can deal with much less coverage as I am budget constrained.

 

 

Being budget constrained isn't really an option here if you want something that will work. That being the case my recommondation would be something like a 2nd hand Ruckus 7762S - you'll get one landed in NZ for probably NZ$400ish

 

 

Thanks will look into it. 200m is the optimum but obviously is the budget doesn't stretch that far, then I will work with what I can get within budget.

 

 

That was my low budget option!

 

 




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  Reply # 1946339 24-Jan-2018 23:10
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That was my low budget option!

 

 

Budget size envy much.


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  Reply # 1947897 28-Jan-2018 17:07
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The Spark MiFi MF910 unit works as a battery powered WiFi extender in the "internet wifi" mode. Should this fail to deliver, it is a 4G mobile WiFi, which may be a suitable solution.


https://preview.trademe.co.nz/marketplace/computers/networking-modems/modems/1527034151



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  Reply # 1947962 28-Jan-2018 22:27
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1eStar: The Spark MiFi MF910 unit works as a battery powered WiFi extender in the "internet wifi" mode. Should this fail to deliver, it is a 4G mobile WiFi, which may be a suitable solution.


https://preview.trademe.co.nz/marketplace/computers/networking-modems/modems/1527034151

 

Thank you for the suggestion, will look into it. Regards


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