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I spotted this unit at a restaurant on a recent vacation (hello, Gananoque). We’ve got what looks to me like an indoor AP which is outside and unfortunately mounted vertically instead of horizontally as it should be.
I don’t recognize the logo on this AP. Any thoughts?
I don’t recognize the equipment, but a good use of outdoor APs given the exposure to sand and water. I’m also assuming that we’re looking at a panel antenna on the front of the AP which indicates some thought and engineering went into this deployment. Very cool, considering this is a hotel network after all.
One thing I noticed though is that their cabling is the weak link: they’ve installed RJ45 jacks right next to the APs which are certainly not protected against the elements.
A colleague of mine, @smoore_bits, was on a trip to the Hoover Dam and spotted something odd on the tour inside the dam: an antenna! Neither of us is sure if it’s Wi-Fi or something else, but regardless, looks like it’s been there for some time.
Antenna inside Hoover Dam
When I was in Banff recently, I saw this AP at a construction site.
The odd thing is I don’t recognize it and can’t find it on meraki.com. Any ideas?