Broadband Dataone Query

yogsej

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Oct 17, 2006
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Dear FriendsI found your replies to the queries very helpful & easy to understand & implementI have one simple query if you can help me sort out :I am a surgeon by profession I have a clinic about 75-80 meters away from my residence and there are two high rise buildings in betweenI am using Mt841 for my broadband dataoneI tried with linksys wireless G access point but am not able to access internet from my residence to my clinicCan I use a overhead cat 5 cable to use the lan option from the modem ?would 75-80 meters cable be able to transfer data at the same speed?I have 256kbps unlimited connection ?Or there is some another way to use wireless connection at this distance?Also how can I make my MT841 wireless network secure?Thanking you in anticipationRegardsDr Kukreja
 

seshu

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^ as I understand it , it is difficult to get wireless
internet signals at your clinic thru MT841 from
home . it may be better to try the cable between
modem and the system at the clinic ...

another simple method is to use a parallel phone
wire ( not legal ) from your home to clinic and
use another splitter & modem to access the net .

if you can hire a network expert , the following
links might help : Link 1 and Link 2

And for MT841 wireless security , pls see : mt841.doc
 

yogsej

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Oct 17, 2006
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Thanks a lot for response

My only query now will be would a cabelled network work with same speed on Cat 5 cable for 75-80 meters

Thanks
Dr Kukreja


QUOTE(seshu @ Nov 15 2006, 06:56 PM) [snapback]68788[/snapback]
^ as I understand it , it is difficult to get wireless
internet signals at your clinic thru MT841 from
home . it may be better to try the cable between
modem and the system at the clinic ...

another simple method is to use a parallel phone
wire ( not legal ) from your home to clinic and
use another splitter & modem to access the net .

if you can hire a network expert , the following
links might help : Link 1 and Link 2

And for MT841 wireless security , pls see : mt841.doc
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krishnan

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Best bet , setup a local network , buy a switch , connect the modem to the switch and ur pc(at clinic) to the switch , u can also connect ur home pc to the switch if u want to access net from home . will work well till 100 mettersu might have to buy a switch , abt 100 mtrs of network cable , and two NIC cars ,(if u want to connect both from home and clinic). U also need to clip the network cable , its easy , if u are ready to try it , just needs a cliping tool , and few network jacks to give test runs
 

seshu

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speeds can be without much loss upto 100 meters over a Cat 5 cable ...
edit : the above post by Krishnan is a good suggestion .

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yogsej

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Oct 17, 2006
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Thanks Sheshu & KrishnanI have a BSNL Broad Band Router & it suppourts up to 4 lan ports MT 841Will I yet Need A Switch & by the way what is NIC Car ?ThanksRegardsDr Kukreja
 


krishnan

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NIC Card is nothing but network cards. U need one for ur home and clinic comp, So u need abt 100 mtrs network cable for connection from clinic to home. and few more meters for ur modem to ur home computer.Modem -> Home Computer | VClinic computerorModem|VSwitch->home| V clinicWill cost u another 1000-2000 to go for the 2nd option
 

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