Internet Bridging

An internet bridge, or jumping,  joins two separate computer networks and extends internet coverage. It enables communication between the computers and is a way for them to work as a single network. Jumping extends the local area network and internet access to cover a larger physical area than a simple repeater. Extending internet access allows you to have it in a barn, shop, or grain bin site which can be used to run security cameras.  It can give you peace of mind that your family, animals, and farm are protected even when you aren’t home.  Internet bridging reduces the remoteness of rural life when wanted.

Internt Bridging

Types of Bridging

Wi-Fi to Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi to Ethernet

Bluetooth to Wi-Fi

Great for

Outdoor Shops

Farms

Offices

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