Well,

        You could use a Wireless Lan between the two facilities if they are
that close.  Connections are at T1 or greater, and they use a line of site
technology so they are not super expensive....

        Or you can have the Local Phone company build a LAD circuit for you
at the needed speed, this is usally cheaper than normal data circuits but
has distance limits.

        Or you could try and get the park developer to put a fiber run in
for you.  Also, may get the phone company to lease a fiber connection to you
building to building.

        Or you could do a traditional Multi-Point circuit with the AS/400
location being the master leg, and each building being a slave location. and
having it's own 5x94 contoller.

        ****  Twin-ax can be connected accross some of these with things
like the Black Box TwinMux repeater, or numerous other vendors also have
simular solutions.

        Good Luck,
        JMS...

-----Original Message-----
From: Sclind2@aol.com <Sclind2@aol.com>
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Date: Thursday, March 25, 1999 11:33 AM
Subject: Devices across the street from a remote controller


>I need to put a 5394 controller at a remote site to twinax connect some
>printers and PC's with 5250 emulation cards.  Then across the street I need
to
>have some more of the same devices.  *But* across the street is a
>superhighway, so we can't run any cable; we have to use the phone company's
>lines.
>
>Is there a piece of hardware that I can place at each remote site that will
>allow the devices 'across the street' to be connected to the 5394?
>
>Scott Lindstrom
>Zenith Electronics
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