Building to building connection w/ VoIP

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by archik100, May 19, 2008.

  1. archik100

    archik100 Guest

    Hello all,

    I'm a new registrant to the forum, although I've been reading for quite a while. :)

    I have a network running in my small business, across the street from my home. (about 100 feet away.)

    What I am trying to do is have my wireless network running off a cable connection spread to my home across. This would save me untolds in money by sharing Internet and VoIP for both. :wink:

    My current gear: 1 WRT350N v1 powering the business network. 1 WRT54G V5 on DD-WRT acting as a repeater in my home. I then have a bunch of N, as well as G, adaptors.

    My current setup grants me a very weak connection in my home, with very frequent disconnections.

    I also don't have any VoIP running yet, either in the business nor in my home, which I want to set up too.

    So my question is:

    What gear do I need to buy to have a network in the business to power me at least as good as I have until now; add on VoIP in the business; connect this network wireless to my home and turning it into a access point as well as Ethernet; and set up VoIP in my home.

    Bandwidth should not be an issue because if I'm home, I'm not in the business and vice versa.

    I am looking to buy high-end gear to power this well.

    Please also tell me which outdoor antenna to use.

    Your help is greatly appreciated.

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