I have a situation and I'm not sure the best way (or at least the terminology) to find a solution. There are four rooms that CANNOT have any cabling run into them from the outside. There are 4 machines in each room that take data and are connected via ethernet to a router/switch/etc... within that room as to share its data it collects.
I am wondering if I need to have routers, AP's, or bridges to connect all these devices onto the same network, and then be able for someone to access this hooked up network and be able to get the information from these rooms (again, wirelessly).
I am having trouble how to make sure all these devices are going to be on the same wireless network. I don't want to have to login to each rooms wireless network to pull the data, which is why I think having individual routers in each is not the way to go.
Any networking gurus can shed some light and offer some advice on this completely wireless setup?
Also, I have a good diagram that can help much better than trying to word it all out, but I need 10 reps, is there a way to wave this at all so I can post it for you guys?