Wired Backhaul via Wireless link?
Anton Marinov last edited by
I'm trying to set up an amplifi system for domestic use, sharing a single cable internet connection from a house to a few outlying buildings. The system works well in the house and the first few buildings, but on the edge of the block there is a solid double-brick building with no connectivity to the rest of the network (but with line of sight from the outside).
Is it possible to put an external client AP (such as a loco m2) on the outside of the building connecting to the amplifi system and put an amplifi mesh router to this via wired backhaul?
Derek Saville last edited by Derek Saville
Hi @anton-marinov - any transparent data link layer 2 wireless bridge should work
I am currently using an HD router as a remote mesh point in wired backhaul mode behind a Teleport through the internet...
Home Network -> HD Router -> Modem -> Internet -> Modem -> Remote WiFi Router -> WiFi -> Teleport -> Ethernet Cable -> HD Router Home Network Wired Backhaul Mesh Point
The remote WiFi router's wireless link to the Teleport is essentially acting as a wireless point-to-point bridge and enabling the HD Router as a wired bachkhaul mesh point connected to the Teleport's Ethernet port works great