[TriLUG] No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
gxti at partiallystapled.com
Sun Nov 13 23:18:44 EST 2005
I'd recommend using wired inside with a wireless bridge outside (if not
wired there as well)... a little cabling never hurt anyone and it'll
cost far less (especially with the video cameras). Other than that, have
fun. See if you can talk them into doing any automation (lights, door
Warren Weber wrote:
>I may have opened my mouth and volunteered myself to help someone network a
>barn currently under construction. Ideally, they would like wireless but wired would
>be acceptable. The idea is to have internet access for the kids at the barn
>before/after lessons since the barn is a bit remote (a fair piece outside of
>Creedmoor). The owners would also like to have an as yet undetermined number of
>cameras they can use watch the facility (who's riding in the indoor ring, what's going
>on in the barns, etc.).
>The down sides I see (so far) are barn construction (mostly metal), non-standard
>provider (DirecWay), and distance from the internet connection (a couple of hundred
>yards from the barn).
>Obviously, any firewalling/routing/filesharing will be done on a Linux box. :-)
>Thoughts? Suggestions? Ideas?
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