Ubiquiti NanoStation M5 Review and how to setup in bridge mode

Ubiquiti NanoStation loco M5 Hardware & Software Review and how to setup in bridge mode
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Barbie M says:

Any chance you can walk us thru setting ours up? we got 2 m5’s and they had us buy the airrouter wireless router …we cant get connected 🙁

Muslim Boy says:

@Lawrence Systems/PCPickup what would you recommend in a wifi hotspot for 100+ clients on mobile ?

memu emulatorpajo says:

thanks wery much.very helpful for me.it works

Justin CnC says:

I have a netgear ac1900 router in my house, I have a guest house 500ft away, could I use a pair of these to create a bridge to the guest house that’ll feed another ac1900 router inside the guest house? would I be able to get 2.4ghz & 5ghz at the 2nd house through this setup?

travellinbug says:

I would like to pick up a public wifi that is 150m away and repeat it in my home, do you think this could work?

Sid Curtis says:

This may have already been answered….apologies if so. I know you mentioned at 5:40 that these are capable of passing VLAN traffic. Does this mean that multiple VLAN traffic, both tagged and untagged, can be passed simultaneously over a single bridge deployment of two of these devices? For example, I need to pass both vlan1 and vlan2 traffic from building A to building B at the same time. Can this be done using these?

Thanks.

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