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Roof Wireless Client
There is wireless internet access I can use from my house. However, the distance from the access points is about 100m, with trees and a road inbetween. The signal from the house was poor at best. I made this little box. It is a D-Link access point which works as a client. It isn't to intelligent, and I'm not entirely sure to how it works. It was only ?20 and came with power-over-ethernet gear). It's got some firmware from another product to allow me to get access to more settings, and the power levels (which come configured at the right level anyway, the maximum power with no distortion). It's in a waterproof enclosure - the lid was drilled to accept two U bolts to hold it to the mast. The CAT5 then goes through a waterproof gland on the lid leaving a short tail. I did it this way round because it allows me to open the box, unplug the cable, and take the whole thing down for testing. It's been up there for 3 years now, and apart from some minor problems, it's been fairly reliable. A directional antenna might have helped, but this way I can also scan for other open APs around me. It's generates a fair bit of heat by stepping the 15V power-over-ethernet down to 4.5V using a linear regulator - I think this has helped keep it dry inside.DD-WRT v24 micro on WRT54G v5
Last year I modified the firmware on my WRT54G to DD-WRT(micro v23 SP2) and I've been very satisfied with it. Yesterday I found that the latest version had been come out, and I had no choice but to try it out again. I just upgrade the firmware through Administration>Firmware Upgrade, and it works like a charm.
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