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Re: Networking 12 years 10 months ago #17662

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Considering the fact that the connection between the two building might be a life investment then a fibre optic connection could be considered because It's also a giabyte transmitting technology and has no problem of interference. I think in the long run the benefit will compensate for the cost.

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Re: networking 12 years 10 months ago #17663

I would look into RF (licensed and unlicensed) and Free-Space Optic solutions.

Far more cost effective than running|buying|leasing fiber and there are zero monthly charges, as opposed to leased lines/leased fiber. Just an initial investment.

There are a large number of Wireless solutions that are extremely reliable, very fast, and don't rely on 802.11.

I'm a bit biased since I'm a network engineer for a wireless ISP, but wireless should be explored.

re:networking 12 years 10 months ago #17670

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Considering security , wireless connection will be the last option as wirless networks are very easy to crack these days. cabled connection is a better option in a production envionment

Re: networking 12 years 10 months ago #17675

d_jabsd has a good point though; one of the free-space optical solutions might well offer best value for money if you have line-of-sight between the buildings. And they use lasers so would be very difficult to intercept or compromise the data

Re: networking 12 years 10 months ago #17677

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These all upto the bussiness requirements. If you transmit highly secured data / huge amount of data / need more reliablity then the Fiber is most prefereble solutions...now a days Telecoms provide various schemes to opt this facility. Thats you may have your own fiber or you may lease a line for you.

In my organization I am having both wireless and wired (Fiber) leased lines. I am getting good throughput in Fiber compared to wireless.

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Re: networking 12 years 10 months ago #17678

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i would agree on both d_jabsd and TheBishop as wireless technology proves to be the most cost-effective way of dealing with the dilemma. with the current advancements being put into wireless technology it could also prove to be reliable in terms of connectivity.
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