How To Connect Starlink Internet To An Outbuilding No Digging Required

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Today I show you my super easy method of connecting Starlink or any other internet service to a barn, external garage, shed, pool house, studio, mother-in-law’s house, or any other outbuilding for that matter.

You will have both a strong WiFi signal at the outbuilding and more importantly a hardwired ETHERNET connection to the internet without having to get sweaty digging trenches.

I hope you find this helpful or at least entertaining.

Links promised to the products I’m using:

For High-Speed Access Points (ex. Starlink or Cable)

TP-Link Control Module (Gigabit) –
TP-Link AC1900 –

For Slower Speed Access Points (ex. ATT)

TP-Link Control Module (100Mbps) –
TP-Link AC1200 –

Highlighted Starlink Hardware I Have Tested And Use:

Peplink
UTT Router
TP-link Router #1
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TrendNET Router #1
TrendNET Router #2
Tiny Battery Backup For Starlink –
TP-link AC Router –
TP-link AX Router –
TP-link Managed Switch:
TP-link Unmanaged Switch:
TP-link Outdoor Access Point –
TP-link Indoor Access Point –
TP-link Control Module (100Mbps) –
TP-link Control Module (Gigabit) –

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  1. Today I show you my super easy method of connecting Starlink or any other internet service to a barn, external garage, shed, pool house, studio, mother-in-law's house, or any other outbuilding for that matter.

    You will have both a strong WiFi signal at the outbuilding and more importantly a hardwired ETHERNET connection to the internet without having to get sweaty digging trenches.

    I hope you find this helpful or at least entertaining.

    Links promised to the products I'm using:

    For High-Speed Access Points (ex. Starlink or Cable)

    TP-Link Control Module (Gigabit) – https://amzn.to/3rVBqEx

    TP-Link AC1900 – https://amzn.to/3Q28y6N

    For Slower Speed Access Points (ex. ATT)

    TP-Link Control Module (100Mbps) – https://amzn.to/3Lduaf3

    TP-Link AC1200 – https://amzn.to/3OLhlsK

    Highlighted Starlink Hardware I Have Tested And Use:

    Peplink https://amzn.to/3OnTsHM

    UTT Router https://amzn.to/3nJBLaL

    TP-link Router #1 https://amzn.to/3IjkyhP

    TP-link Router #2 https://amzn.to/3c8gOUq

    TrendNET Router #1 https://amzn.to/3nVukx0

    TrendNET Router #2 https://amzn.to/3IGxvm2

    Tiny Battery Backup For Starlink – https://amzn.to/3tEqQCp

    TP-link AC Router – https://amzn.to/3so07J1

    TP-link AX Router – https://amzn.to/3sf2or8

    TP-link Managed Switch: https://amzn.to/3EQJKZy

    TP-link Unmanaged Switch: https://amzn.to/3FVbaih

    TP-link Outdoor Access Point – https://amzn.to/3uqDYfP

    TP-link Indoor Access Point – https://amzn.to/3rV6Nzk

    TP-link Control Module (100Mbps) – https://amzn.to/3Lduaf3

    TP-link Control Module (Gigabit) – https://amzn.to/3rVBqEx

    For more Starlink coverage subscribe and watch my entire PlayList at: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUrdf7hvHC2KXLQg3HIi8keQOIdxcheS7

    Please continue adding to the conversation in the comments below. If you find this information of value, please consider supporting the channel by clicking the THANK YOU button or by becoming a member.

    💎 I would love to hear your thoughts in the comment area below!

    If you would like to get a FREE copy of the Prologue to "How To Create A Digital Fort Knox – Backing Up Your Digital Life" or one of my other FREE books, simply visit https://jcristina.com/books

    Consider subscribing to the channel, commenting below, and signing up for my newsletter at https://jcristina.com/join

    Interested in any products that I personally use? Visit https://www.amazon.com/shop/jcristina or go to the bottom of this description for direct links.

    [ Channel Membership ]

    YouTube has recently made Memberships available to this channel. The great thing about this is that I can now provide perks for becoming a channel member as a way of giving back and saying thank you! Simply click the JOIN button under any of my hundreds of videos.

    If you enjoy my content and are thinking about contributing to the channel by becoming a member, I thank you in advance for your generosity. Rest assured, I will continue to make quality unbiased content and build this amazing community of fellow creatives.

    For business relations, contact me at 📧 https://jcristina.com/contact

    Check out my 🆓 FREE eBook over at https://jcristina.com/ebook

    [ Media Contact Business Relations ]

    📧 eMail – https://jcristina.com/contact

    [ Free Giveaways & Promos ]

    📦 20% Off everything https://jcristina.com – Subscribe & use Promo Code YT20

    🆓 FREE eBook https://jcristina.com/ebook – 10 Tips To Making Tack Sharp Images

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  2. Not sure why you say that the POE injector at the shed is a one way connection, there's no one way Ethernet ports that I've ever heard of. Why can't you just bypass the WiFi extender at the shed and plug the outdoor TP Link AP from its injector straight into a WAN port?

  3. So Starlink are working on wired backhaul? They really didn't think it through when they excluded an Ethernet port from their new router.

  4. I have installed a TP-Link Omada Mesh network with three APs – two inside the house and a TP-AC1200 EAP225-outdoor mounted on a tower outside the house. The StarLink cable and the TP-AC1200 Ethernet cable plus two spare Ethernet cables have routed underground via conduit to the tower.

    I have a two metal buildings and would like to have StarLink access in each. I was thinking of using a pair of TP-Link's Point-to-Point solutions. But after watching this YouTube video, is there a better solution I should consider?

  5. what has this do do with starlink applies to any network YOUR ARE A CLICK BAITER. You are like a Biden headline seaker stop using a company you hate as a bait to get more viewers, further what has photography to do with Networking. BE WARNED THIS GUY IS NOT A COMPUTER EXPERT HE IS A BAD PHOTOGRAPHER.

  6. Don't forget that the cable and Ethernet ports only run at 1Gbps. 😎

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