Extending WiFi Network from Cable/ DSL Modem Backhaul to Remote Site via PTP Links (1Km +)
Describes a way of extending your local 802.11n/ac/ax WiFi connection from a Cable/ DSL modem backhaul to a remote LAN site. In case the backhaul is a WWAN modem a 4G/ 5G modem would serve the same purpose.
One location has DSL/Cable modem but remote location doesn't. Long ranges above 500ft require a line of sight for best performance. To avoid 2.4GHz interference consider using 5.8GHz radios for the Point-to-Point (PTP) link. Minimize coaxial cable runs to high gain antennas.