Ubiquiti Bullet M2 and Some Random Long Omni-Directional Antenna

So I purchased a Bullet M2 made by Ubiquiti, you can find their site at http://ubnt.com

I grabbed it from http://www.xagyl.com/ which is located in Ontario, there are no places in British Columbia that I know of that carries Ubiquiti or Microtik Products. This device supports POE (YAY), but I had to get a POE inverter.

I also purchased an omni-directional antenna, and I was surprised when I got the package. This is the antenna I bought.

http://www.xagyl.com/store/product.php?productid=16327&cat=262&page=1

This is what it looks like, I was totally suprised.

So this “2.4GHz 12dBi Omnidirectional Antenna N Male Connector” antenna, is long! Those are my keys on the ground!

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