At work I have a number of Dahua ip cameras to record some laboratory testing. I am now looking at changing one of the cameras to a mobile unit. I would look at a wireless camera (yes I know wifi is frowned apon here as it's not reliable, but I have a reason to go wireless) but our wifi uses wpa2 enterprise so nearly all wifi cameras won't connect. I'm not prepared go pay close to $1k here is Australia for a low res axis camera and prefer to stick with the cameras I have if possible. I was looking at a point to point bridge like the Ubiquito devices and this would work well at the wall connection as our network carries POE. But I'm not sure if it's possible to power the other end. Perhaps an injector of some sort but even then both the bridge and the camera need the POE injected.. I think a POE switch for both the camera and bridge would mess with our it system with ip's wouldn't it? I can't use my own router with a wifi and put it in bridge mode as I believe our network will shut the port down.. Networking isn't my strength so I'm a little lost. The point to point devices Ubiquito looked good until I couldn't work out how to power both it and the camera, especially by battery (to make it truly wireless). Any thoughts other than run Ethernet cables carrying POE to wherever I push the camera to?