what is the cheapest and best way to get an internet connection from point A to point B?
>The complete system allows for ultra high bandwidth connections between 2 buildings up to 8 miles or more apart with good line of sight.
>the cost of a satelite [sic], launch vehicle and fuel is cheap
This will do, I did the same shit.
I live under a hill, and my studio is right across it ( 1km away) so I put a repeater on top of the hill and a reciever in the studio. It took me 3 days to calibrate it properly but it was worth it.
Towers to raise antennas' Fresnel zone way above the forest, cut and maintain forest
Lower towers and laser link, cut and maintain forest
Underground cable and repeaters, POE if you're a nigga or a jew or a jew nigga, yearly maintenance
Let's say you're in a loud room. Everybody's talking, and you can understand everybody else. If somebody's being too loud, you can ask him to keep it down so you can talk too.
Now imagine some dickwad starts yelling gibberish and stops acknowledging "the old strokey cunt farts".
can't you just buy a bunch of poles taller than the trees? or use the trees themselves, cut the branches and shape them into poles, you don't need many just 4-5 for maximum quality signal.
>up to 8 miles or more
>>up to 8 miles or more
>>up to 8 miles
Fiber. Put an ont on both sides then run 12km of fiber between the 2.
In fact, most ISPs have been including high bandwidth point to point radio links in their networks. It's cheaper than laying cable and you don't have to purchase right of way from your local municipality.
>muh sikrit club
Seriously. Those old strokey cunt farts are the reason no one is getting into hamming at all.
"HURR GET OFF THIS FREQUENCY YOU NOOB FUCK OFF YOU ARE NOT DOING THIS RIGHT DURR I NEED MY PILLS!"
digging a 3km underground tunnel through other peoples properties definitely won't help my case, nice ruse though, fell for it at first.
No you couldn't the equipment it takes to solder the cables together and the time it would take you would far outweigh the advantages.
Officially you might want to hire a professional Installer.
In my country we have the itur program which forces people(ISP's, companies anyone who wants to pass fiber [This is the only cable to be allowed to pass underground]) to install cable between residences on a very specific way so you still have to hire a specialist with a itur cert.
Atleast this way ISP's can't go the americuck way of installing cable.
>No you couldn't the equipment it takes to solder the cables together and the time it would take you would far outweigh the advantages.
just use transparent glue
They're just glass fibers
>12 KM of wifi
Theoretically you'd still have to lay down cabble and repeaters every 50 metters tops.
So you'd still have to lay tons of cable, be exposed to the elements and get sidefucked by the electricity bill.
Best way is the Fiber way.
Wanna see what happens when you bend or don't solder fiber cables well enough?
Shit works via refraction and reflection.
Watch this shit you retard.
Good luck not getting fucked by FCC goons without a license nigger.
Depends, the equipment to fuse and test fiber is 5000$ alone, in my country there are rental projects and special licenses that are required to properly install fiber and if you don't have them you have to atleast have 1 certified nigger to assist you.
However I did as a DIY project in university pass 1.5 KM of fiber through a unused comunications duct from the university to my house (mfw I still leech internet off them) it wasn't that hard at all the problem was getting the equipment to handle the signal conversion (at the time the passive choices for optical to digital where low so I went with a prefab fiber router since then I replaced it with a passive converter and plugged it into my PFsence box).
Sufficed is to say they thottled my connection back down to 100 mb's but shits dandy for a comunications and network project.
Put signal boosters in between the two properties at various points (as needed). Then have a way to transmit at point A, with a receiver at point B.
Just put the signal boosters at the top of the trees.
Then it would be completely wireless. Less likely to be noticed. Hell you can even camouflage the transmitters in the trees.
Not sure on cost of something like this, but I have seen it done to get a signal several miles across a city.
Worth considering and looking into, no?
>pedaling 12k every time you need to send something to the other house
you could as well just train to become the next top idol senpai.
Assuming you have public Internet through a consumer ISP such as AT&T or whomever, you can do a VPN connection. A Site-to-Site VPN Connection would allow you to act as one network within the same subnet.
The cheapest and best option would be to just get satellite internet (like Tooway) at one or both sites.
Or perhaps Wifi with very high gain antennas mounted on the highest trees you can find.
I don't think thats what the question is about.
The VPN is the least expensive and least complicated option, yes.
But if you want REAL bandwidth you simply need to:
1. Get the same ISP in bout houses.
2. Negotiate the deal with the ISP for a dedicated connection between the houses.
The price might or might not be ridiculous depending on ISP.
no but I learned to stand still on one leg.
Well, depends on what you negotiate.
I've done this multiple times for companies. You have to negotiate for a "dark fibre". It's a connection that the ISP lay down in advance but is unused yet. They pretty much always have some(unless we are talking about the middle of a city).
They can dedicate to you a part of that dark fibre so you get some serious speed.
But that entirely depends if they do have spare fibres.
>If 16 homing pigeons are given eight 512 GB SD cards each, and take an hour to reach their destination, the throughput of the transfer would be 156.4 Gbit/s, excluding transfer to and from the SD cards
This is a possible solution OP.
Or you could get a car, put a million 512 GB SD cards there
Assuming you'll be traveling at ~50 kmph average you'll get there in about 14 minutes which is 840 seconds
Which gives us 609523.81 GB/s
>mfw most people in this thread can't into basic networkings.
we just gun need more switches den :DDD
throw a goodwill bought WRT54G on the ground ebery few hundred feet
I have antennas placed around my house to do exactly that because my property is so fucking huge I need something to boost the wifi.
There is no cop comming by to check on my wifi.
There is no gubmint telling me to stop harassing the other people with my 5GHz shlong.
No. One. Cares.
chink solar panels for every switch
id a gbeen solodiun :D
if you get enough carrier pidgeons each one could represent a packet going through the network
Pidgeons also have a head and a body like packets. You could emulate all of TCP/IP with them
>Pidgeons also have a head and a body like packets.
Okay, I laughed. You are cute senpai.
P2P 11ghz bridge, you'll need FCC license to use it (assuming US based), easy to get, just call any local company that does these type of radio installations and they'll do the paperwork for you.
I heard that it keeps going and going, however it's should depend on the exact implementation. Even though it's mechanical it's still only logic, it's possible to handle it gracefully.
I have four of pic related, Ubiquiti M5s. IIRC they offer range up to 20kms, haven't tested more than few kilometers, though.
Easy to setup, cheap, works well even in -30 celcius. POE so you only need cat cable to the dish.
>thinks temperature affects radio waves
over such a short distance
talkin out your arse
cat cable gets affected by temperture
cold temperatures boost electronics by reducing electrical resistance caused by heat