All you have to do is initialize the Bridge radios (connect them to your router for a few minutes), connect one (the Bridge Gateway) to your network (your router, a Receiver, a Remote Hub, or even the Remote end of another Bridge) and mount it so it's aiming at the building you want to bring onto the network. Then mount the second radio (the Bridge Remote) on top of or on the side of your building, facing the AyrMesh Bridge Gateway radio, and plug a device into the “LAN” port on the AyrMesh Bridge Remote's power supply. That device will now be part of your network. You can also connect an Ethernet Switch to the LAN port of the Bridge Remote’s power supply and plug multiple Ethernet cables into it, to place several devices on the network. Finally, you can take an old WiFi router, disable the “DHCP” function, plug one of the LAN ports into the LAN port of your Remote Bridge radio, and configure the WiFi as an Access Point. Please read this article on ayrstone.com.
Articles in this section
- What is the purpose of the AyrMesh Bridge?
- How does the Bridge work?
- What’s the difference between the Bridge, the Hub, and the Receiver?
- Does the Bridge provide a WiFi signal?
- How do I use the AyrMesh Bridge to bring my network into a building?
- If I put an AyrMesh Bridge radio on the outside of a metal building, how can I provide indoor WiFi?
- How do I interpret the lights on the AyrMesh Bridge radios?
- How can I mount an AyrMesh Bridge Radio to a flat surface?