4 weeks ago
The challenge: WiFi in a 16th century building in Italy (Naples)
Reason for Installation
Structured cabling system; Wired network; WiFi network; Internet connectivity.
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Location
Via Carbonara, 112, 80139 Napoli NA, Italia
Description

We have a mission: to make technology an added value for your company. Palazzo Caracciolo was built in 1584 in Naples (Italy) on the site of a Castle donated by Roberto d'Angiò to Landolfo Caracciolo and of which some vestiges can still be seen. It is a majestic, imposing building, whose severe facade hides a beautiful cloister, today covered by an original impluvium and a lovely garden. Given the age and prestige of the structure we had to solve some issues concerning the coverage of the signal and the passage of cables mainly due to the thickness of the walls of the building. After careful evaluations and measurements we have created one of the most beautiful and performing plants in an extraordinary location.

The plant was built using Ubiquiti UniFi equipment, in detail 45 UAP-AC-LR Access Points to cover the hotel's rooms and the interior of the structure, 5 UAP-AC-Mesh for the cloister and outdoor spaces , 2 UAP-AC-PRO for conference and meeting rooms, 1 24-port PoE switch, 2 16-port PoE switches, 1 8-port switch, 1 Security  Gateway.The work lasted 3 months from design to implementation.

 

MTK s.r.l. 

https://www.mtksrl.it

 

 

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The challenge: WiFi in a 16th century building in Italy (Naples)

by 4 weeks ago - last edited 4 weeks ago

We have a mission: to make technology an added value for your company. Palazzo Caracciolo was built in 1584 in Naples (Italy) on the site of a Castle donated by Roberto d'Angiò to Landolfo Caracciolo and of which some vestiges can still be seen. It is a majestic, imposing building, whose severe facade hides a beautiful cloister, today covered by an original impluvium and a lovely garden. Given the age and prestige of the structure we had to solve some issues concerning the coverage of the signal and the passage of cables mainly due to the thickness of the walls of the building. After careful evaluations and measurements we have created one of the most beautiful and performing plants in an extraordinary location.

The plant was built using Ubiquiti UniFi equipment, in detail 45 UAP-AC-LR Access Points to cover the hotel's rooms and the interior of the structure, 5 UAP-AC-Mesh for the cloister and outdoor spaces , 2 UAP-AC-PRO for conference and meeting rooms, 1 24-port PoE switch, 2 16-port PoE switches, 1 8-port switch, 1 Security  Gateway.The work lasted 3 months from design to implementation.

 

MTK s.r.l. 

https://www.mtksrl.it

 

 

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Comments
by
3 weeks ago

No pictures of the equipment rack?

by
3 weeks ago

Why not go full unifi switches? seems strange to not go all the way. But still nice install and location.

by
3 weeks ago

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1 24-port PoE switch,

2 16-port PoE switches,

1 8-port switch

 

those look to be UniFi switches . . . as shown in the pictures of the products used at the head of the article.

by
3 weeks ago

@Uberseehandel, look at the topology diagram + count the total number of ports and aps i get 1 port too little.

by
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago

@florisvdk I count 57 usable device ports and 50 AP ports unless I'm missing something simple?

by
3 weeks ago

@AdrianLevi Look at the topology map included in the post. And i forgot about the sfp ports on the switches.