You might be looking for something like:
http://www.apple.com/airportexpress/ . But really there are a lot of
ways to do what you are looking to do.
Maybe you could do this:
Put a wireless card into the m0n0wall machine to broadcast a signal
(the Internet connection). At this point if you have a powerful card
you might be able to just receive the signal in the other home and
yours. You could use this as a standard wireless network. But if you
have a router and several wired machines connected in the other home
then you could use the Apple product above or a Linksys WET11 (
to pick up the wireless signal and send it to the ethernet network in
the other home.
On Jun 29, 2004, at 1:20 AM, Andrew Eglington wrote:
> This is a little off topic, but still a good forum to ask methinks.
> I need a way to replace a LAN cable running between my house, and my
> neighbours house.
> It's actually a duplex (one piece-two domociles) home, so it's not as
> bad as it sounds.
> But I need to replace the temporary cabling with something
> Initially I was thinking of just having a bit of cable and a couple
> of wall sockets installed, but then I started thinking of wireless
> methods, and realised I could use wireless in other
> applications/locations as well.
> What (if any) sort of units are available that will allow me to
> wirelessly bridge between one RJ45 and another (one in a router and
> the other in a m0n0 box).
> Has any manufacturer yet realised that teeny little RJ45 plugs with
> bluetooth(or similar) stubs on them would be a good idea?
> Has anyone recently been investigating this or similar issues who
> could assist me?
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