I'm living in a small broadband less village surrounded by broadband enable=
and since I can't afford a leased line (ie pstn / isdn single pair line wit=
h a different =
type of "splitter" at the end and with rental =3D=3D mortgage).
I want an always on connection for VOIP, and it looks like satellite is the=
only way =
to go. Again, the rental costs are steep, and the equiptment costs are such=
that I'd =
consider doing something a little more adventerous, such as PTP wireless to=
the small towns to hook up to broadband there.
I know that some of you guys participate in wireless wan's, and I'd like so=
if you have anything to offer. If I was to PTP wirelssly across 7 to 8 mile=
s, what is the
best wireless to use? 802.11 or something else? =
Am I to expect latency problems?
Where's best to look for cost effective linux compatible equiptment?
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