Your Tech Life – #83 – Webcast (20 April 2011)

I talk Facebook Safety updates, Dan Warne from AUSBT.com.au joins me for Overseas SIM card advice, we talk NEOTV from netgear, Distance networking, iTunes and Email problems Enjoy! Get...

I talk Facebook Safety updates, Dan Warne from AUSBT.com.au joins me for Overseas SIM card advice, we talk NEOTV from netgear, Distance networking, iTunes and Email problems

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Trev produces two of the most popular technology podcasts in Australia, Your Tech Life and Two Blokes Talking Tech. He hosts a nightly radio show on Talking Lifestyle, 8pm Monday to Friday in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, appears on over 50 radio stations across Australia weekly, and is the Tech Expert on Channel 9’s Today Show and A Current Affair. Father of three, he is often found down in his Man Cave. Like this post? Buy Trev a drink!
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  • PeterSmerdon
    21 April 2011 at 6:19 am
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    Hey Trevor,nnIdea for the guy wanting to extend his network to an adjacent building (Byron Bay wasn’t it? Lucky bugger!).nnHe could assemble a DIY wireless point-to-point link, using two WiFi Access Points each connected to a directional antenna like that shown in nhttp://www.ht.com.au/part/N0207-NETGEAR-ProSafe-IndoorOutdoor-Patch-Panel-antenna/detail.htsnnIn it’s most basic form, he’d have a WiFi AP connected into his existing network at his main site, and a second AP at the remote site, connecting to whatever network he has/needs there. nIf he wants wireless at the remote site, Netgear may have a WiFi access point for the remote building that can do both receiving the signal and “repeating” it to WiFi clients – otherwise he’d need a second AP there and this system will just look like a “radio link” connecting the two buildings/networks.nnThe solution may look expensive (but Netgear or other vendors may identify cheaper antenna options, as the distance isn’t too great) – but compared to a second ADSL line, it’d pay for itself in about a year…nnI saw a system like this used between a shop and its warehouse (about 500 meters) successfully – but it was a DLink …. I guess you’d like to find a Netgear solution if you could.nnHappy Easter…nPeter Smerdon

    • Anonymous
      28 April 2011 at 8:13 pm
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      Awesome advice as always Peter! Fantastic stuff thank you!

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