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Send Starlink Connection To Any Building, Granny Flat or Shed

Extend Starlink Internet To Other Buildings

WiFi Bridging Starlink or NBN Internet Around Your Property

Have a shed, granny flat or nearby bed and breakfast you want Starlink WiFi in?

Send the internet to the other buildings wirelessly and share the network. Works up to 15km with line of site!

Don't buy another Starlink kit until you talk to us about a WiFi bridge.

The Starlink WiFi router is a welcome addition to any home to provide quick and easy access to the internet via a WiFi connection.

However, what if you have a bed and breakfast on your property or a Man or Lady Cave (Shed) that needs reliable internet for streaming, gaming and all that. Or even more enticing a place where teenagers can go out of the main home for a while!

Starlink Installation SA offers a WiFi bridging service, which is a way to send the Starlink internet connection to other locations without the need for wires. By utilising the Ubiquiti range of wireless bridge products, we can setup WiFi connections via access points in different places around your property so you are always connected.

This WiFi bridging also works extremely well for security cameras that require internet connectivity that are too far away from the home base router.

A wireless bridge is simply a way of connecting two points the same way as running a data cable works, but through radio waves instead of hard wiring.

Speak to us about how Starlink Installation SA can setup a WiFi bridge solution for your place today. Either call or SMS us on
0434 90 STAR (7827) or fill in the form below.

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    Building to Building WiFi Bridging Systems

    Building to building WiFi bridges are a popular solution for extending a wireless network between two or more buildings. They allow users to connect to the internet or access network resources from a remote location without the need for a physical network cable. In this article, we will explore what building to building WiFi bridges are and how they work.

    Building to building WiFi bridges are wireless networking devices that are designed to provide a point-to-point wireless connection between two or more buildings. They typically consist of two or more outdoor access points that are mounted on the outside of each building and are connected via a wireless link. The access points are configured to communicate with each other using a specific wireless standard, such as 802.11ac or 802.11n, and are configured with the same security protocols as indoor access points.

    One of the main advantages of building to building WiFi bridges is their ability to provide a high-speed wireless connection between two or more buildings. They are ideal for connecting remote buildings to a main building, allowing users to access network resources from a remote location. They are also ideal for extending a wireless network to a separate building, such as a detached garage or workshop, without the need for a physical network cable.

    Building to building WiFi bridges work by transmitting and receiving wireless signals between the access points on each building. The access points are typically mounted on the outside of each building and are connected to the building’s network using a network cable. The access points communicate with each other using a specific wireless standard, such as 802.11ac or 802.11n, and are configured with the same security protocols as indoor access points.

    One of the main considerations when setting up a building to building WiFi bridge is ensuring that the wireless signal is strong enough to provide a reliable connection. This is particularly important when the distance between the buildings is significant or when there are obstacles that may block the signal. To ensure a strong wireless signal, the access points should be positioned in a location that provides a clear line of sight between them, with no obstacles blocking the signal. If necessary, additional access points can be added to the network to strengthen the signal.

    Another important consideration when setting up a building to building WiFi bridge is security. Since the wireless connection is transmitting sensitive data between the buildings, it is important to ensure that the connection is secure. The access points should be configured with the same security protocols as indoor access points, such as WPA2 or WPA3, and should be set up with strong passwords and other security measures.

    In conclusion, building to building WiFi bridges are a popular solution for extending a wireless network between two or more buildings. They allow users to connect to the internet or access network resources from a remote location without the need for a physical network cable. Building to building WiFi bridges work by transmitting and receiving wireless signals between the access points on each building. They are ideal for connecting remote buildings to a main building, extending a wireless network to a separate building, or providing a high-speed wireless connection between two or more buildings. When setting up a building to building WiFi bridge, it is important to ensure that the wireless signal is strong enough to provide a reliable connection and that the connection is secure. With the right setup, building to building WiFi bridges can provide a cost-effective and reliable solution for extending a wireless network between two or more buildings.

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