How to configure L2 via Radio/GSM/3G/LTE?

Are there any wireless devices that can be connected, for example, to your computer and to the laptop, and then configure L2 between the computers using these wireless devices? In short, Wi-Fi adapter, only at large distances (5-10km or more) and strong penetrating power.
June 8th 19 at 17:24
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June 8th 19 at 17:26
Every manufacturer of WiFi equipment manufactures such devices. Usually, this is called wireless bridge, wireless point-to-point. Here are a few links to get you started: Siklu, RBSXT Mikrotik, Ubnt airMax
These devices need direct visibility. I have something similar on the radio. The speed will approach the minimum (<100кбит/sec) - Jayne.Rutherford commented on June 8th 19 at 17:29
minimum - hundreds of bits per second, unit kbit/s. And you want quite a lot.
Penetrating power depends on the frequency. And the frequency depends on the amount of data transmitted. And here arises the conflict - better "penetrate" the frequencies that fail to transmit "a lot" of data per unit time. And Vice versa. - Vern.Schneid commented on June 8th 19 at 17:32
there may be some GSM/3G modems, but without the use of SIM cards, i.e. the communication directly. - Jayne.Rutherford commented on June 8th 19 at 17:35
June 8th 19 at 17:28
I from the belltower look.
Cellular reception?

What if you take a GSM/3G/LTE modems, to order static ip addresses, and to raise EoGRE (Ethernet over GRE)?
EoGRE tunnels can raise Linux, can Mikrotik.

Maybe raise OpenVPN in mode Ethernet Bridge?
That's what I immediately googled:
eddnet.org/?p=581

The picture is quite beautiful:
1. Two computers with 3G/LTE modems, with the ordered service of the white static ip addresses
2. In between OpenVPN in mode Ethernet Bridge
There is dependence on the operator, and I wanted to depend only on himself. - Jayne.Rutherford commented on June 8th 19 at 17:31
I would not have forgotten more about such a wonderful organization as Svetlazar, who will take over the sensitive spot anyone without authorization tries to give outdoor radio with more power - I am afraid, however, to lie - 100 milliwatts.

Underground transmitter, beating for 10 kilometers, relying fly off immediately ;)

Therefore, the choice I see the following:

1. Works well in direct line of sight of different kinds of radiorelay or laser modems with a narrow radiation pattern to catch that too, but too lazy

2. Rent a canal to attend to all permissions operator: street Wi-Fi, cellular network (GSM/3G/LTE), Radio Ethernet (interestingly, however, they are there more?), and to drive the encapsulated Ethernet frames through it.
By the way, it is not necessary that both ends used the same service provider. - Vern.Schneid commented on June 8th 19 at 17:34

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