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    Just wanted to power up a POE outdoor camera at the far corner of the house, the simplest way.

    I already have a few non-WIFI POE cameras..... and from what I have learned, WIFI on cameras never work well - unstable signal, short range, buggy. Hard to find cameras that can do zoom and focus, ONVIF, 4mp or more, etc... then WIFI. I have settled with comtrend powerline. The "upstream" one is...
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    Just wanted to power up a POE outdoor camera at the far corner of the house, the simplest way.

    Of course POE requires a cable. I know what POE is. Imagine you have a device (camera or cisco phone) that can be powered up by POE and you want to use it anywhere in the house (or office) that your wifi (AC or N) can reach. Wouldn't it be an elegant solution if you have a tiny 3"x4" client...
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    Just wanted to power up a POE outdoor camera at the far corner of the house, the simplest way.

    Access Point is not Client Bridge but let me read up what this mAP is... It would be nice if I can load DD-WRT on a small router that has POE (to power the camera.) I am trying to avoid wiring. The camera will be on the wall outdoor 2nd floor which the closest ethernet drop would be on the 1st...
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    Just wanted to power up a POE outdoor camera at the far corner of the house, the simplest way.

    Just wanted to power up a POE outdoor camera at the far corner of the house, the simplest way. I have tried Powerline and WIFI (2.4ghz or 5ghz) from inside the house. I have a 110V AC outlet at where I want my camera installed. It is indoor. The most elegant way is a 3"x4" device of some kind...
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    How many 5GHz N bridges can Netgear R6300 support?

    How many 5GHz N bridges can Netgear R6300 support? I can get no more than two. When the third WNHDE111 is added, all bridges became unreliable. On the R6300, I have channel=161, mode=Up to 1300Mbps, Security = WPA2-PSK(AES). On the WNHDE111 side, I have 802.11n only, Transmission...
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