- Oct 6, 2004
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So— I have a wireless router that works OK, but doesn’t reach to the second floor or out to the guest house. Any
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1st best option is to run UTP cabling there and set up two extra access points. Any will do but often used brands are ubiquiti or TP-link. Would require someone to install it if you’re not into networking lingo.So— I have a wireless router that works OK, but doesn’t reach to the second floor or out to the guest house. Any
Most kits can, and depending on what you have now some of the Higher end kits would already be a massive improvement. Which means you wouldn’t need that many new points. And just in case you’re talking about antennas, it’s mostly omnidirectional these days.Looks pretty trouble free, the second/best option. I am aiming for no installations beyond plugging in. Can one get more than one to extend in both directions?