For the next job today we are on the Warwick Road in Kenilworth to configure an in house broadband network including at least 2 Wireless Access Points to allow the wireless to work on all 3 floors of the Building.
This Morning we are at Stratford upon Avon in Warwickshire working for terry-green trouble shooting a bridged wireless access point system. fault found and system left in good working order. We think the BT engineer must have been powering on and off the Netgear WN802T Access Points to quickly.
Today we are in Warwick just off of the Myton Road with Aztec Design installing a Wireless Bridge system of two Access Points, The main objective of this is to share the Buildings Internet connection in the office on the side of the house with with the rest of the building, We managed to accomplish this using only 2 access points one which has to be wired to the main router and the other in a strategic location in the centre of the house on route to the room requiring access.
We are now able to offer an installation service for bridged or single Access point setup.
Bridging access points is very useful for larger buildings that require full coverage of a wireless network or buildings with metal objects embeded in the walls as a way of moving the radio around the problem this requires a minimum of 2 Wireless access points with a bridge capacity.
Single access Points are mainly used to add wireless capability to an existing wired network system.
The access points are not very big typically about A5 in size and approximately 2 cm tall although you still need to allow room for the aerial at the back most can be used wall mounted as well as free standing.
We are now with a customer on the Blacklow Road in Warwick, We are here to Support a customer with a Wireless Connectivity issue, The problem is that the cable modem and the Router are in a study room upstairs but the customer would like to be able to wirelessly use the internet in the lounge downstairs and connect a computer via cable in an upstairs room, To solve this we connect the Cable modem and Router to the PC upstairs as normal, The house already has fitted a network cable with a socket next to the router upstairs and another socket in the hall next to the lounge downstairs as well as a cable and socket to feed the bed room , We connect a short network RJ45 fly lead between the socket and the router upstairs, Downstairs we attach a Switch which allows us to share between the Bedroom upstairs and a Netgear Access Point to allow us to wirelessly connect in the lounge.
Good afternoon, We are now with a customer on the Southam Road Near Gaydon and Kineton in Warwickshire, We are here to test the viability of using Netgear wireless access points to extend the range of the customers wireless broadband from an office in the main house to an annex at the other side of the building, After surveying and testing several set ups it was found to be cost prohibitive at this time, The issue here is that the building is made from thick cotswold Stone and although we could get a signal though its would require a minimum of 3 wireless access points to keep the signal strength high enough to use, So may be worth another look when the prices come down but at the moment it is cheaper to install another line and pay for broadband for a few years.
Good morning, today we are with Complete Learning on the Queensway Trading Estate in Royal Leamington Spa, We are here to help setup and site three Netgear access points to allow access to the internet throughout the customers building.
This Morning we are on Mountfield Crescent in Wellesbourne installing a Wireless Bridge system of Access Points, The main objective of this is to share the Buildings Internet connection in an office with a room at the opposite end of the House , We managed to accomplish this using only 2 access points one which has to be wired to the main router and the other in a strategic location on route to the room requiring access, When we tested this setup we found we had also gained internet access in the summer house at the end of the garden.