Thx for your reply.I would look at their 60G product line.
This would be the lowest cost option and it can be a window to window solution however, they do provide the following caution: "This device penetrates some windows depending on material."
They come as a pre-setup connected kit........
Overkill and only an outdoor setup....
very interesting solution !!!No need for holes try something like This
https://rover.ebay.de/rover/0/0/99?loc= ... 3061020036
Use 60Ghz outside only !
What about POE on this cable? .... or any other slim cable?There Are so small cables avaible that No Drilling is needed...
https://www.intos.de/produktuebersicht/ ... =5N9cjAIQM
Ok...will try with 60ghz...We have a 60m wireless wire link here with one end in a window, and the other outside which works fine.
However it may not work depending on the type of glass.
The reason is very bad position of main router in building2 and i am not allowed to drill holes in wall.If the reason for avoiding LAN cables is fear for interference from power lines to UTP cables or fear for some power surges, then you could use fibre connection between the "main wireless hop" (building-2-building) and their hAP ac2 ... dumb media converters supporting multi-mode fibre and 10/100 Mbps ethernet can be found for less than 50 USD a piece ... surely that would perform better than some short-range WiFi hop ...
Powering is not a problem...i have power outlet on balcony.If we set aside problem with powering (wireless powering wasn't seriously developed ever since Tesla failed to extort more money from J.P.Morgan), a wAP ac would make a good wireless hop.
As both hops (2.4 and 5GHz) would essentially be point-to-point, I'd configure them as nstreme bridges.
I'm not sure if supplied power adapter is weatherproof as well ...Powering is not a problem...i have power outlet on balcony.
A what to use for device in building 1?