Sadly no. Works through a window but if you don't have any of those in a convenient spot you may need another solution. I think most indoor units would struggle with your walls!Is that an outdoor unit. I have 4ft thick walls for the internal mesh network to penetrate !
Did you use the Omada software to set it up ?
I'm also looking at one of these. The range is quite impressive.
Oh that's really kind of you, thanks. I'll pull something together.+1 for ubiquity. It’s not about how powerful an access point is but rather what kind of a “heat map” it gives. For example most consumer grade access points will give a reasonably even spectrum 360 degrees around it. This is fine for most people, however sometimes you need to target your heat map a bit more. Ubiquity access points provide both. It’s get pretty technical but this is what I do for a day job . If you pm me a few details such as a quick sketch of what your are trying to achieve I can def help.