2014-05-05 20:54:57 UTC
network. I'm looking for a maintenance-free router that can be mounted
upside down on a ceiling (so it must have screw slots) and will be stable
enough that it doesn't have to be reset even if the ambient temperature
I'm liking the specs on the Cisco RV110W, but I don't know if it has screw
holes or not.
It's an interesting setup by the way. Modem to office router (which
provides DHCP), then to switch. Switch outputs to 4 routers (one for each
floor) and a couple computers and printer for customer use. (This service
is totally different from the hotel's business network.)
These new routers will connect to the existing routers on each floor to
extend their range to the extremities of the floors. Thankfully, the
floor/ceiling signal blockage is not great, so the signal can go vertical
just fine, eliminating the need for 2 routers on each floor. I'm pretty
sure 3 would work, maybe 4.
Service to be moved up to 75 Mbps Comcast business class service from anemic
5 Mbps AT&T. Given that there are dozens of router signals present on the
floors of the hotel from other buildings nearby, my NetStumbler program
shows very little noise and very consistent signals from the existing
routers in the hotel.
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