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Hi,

At home I have the Belkin N1 Vision router, but due to the size of the house and thick stine walls, there are some blank spots that the WiFi is not available. The router is set in the far end of the house, but cannot move it to another location.

Can someone please advice on a WiFi booster or repeater or antenna or anything else possible to extend the WiFi reception?

Tnx


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Your best option is to run a patch cable to a second access point on the other side of the house. Next option would be a work group bridge.If you can't do either of those, the next option would be using a wireless router that supports DD-WRT or a router that can act as a client (repeater). Just note if you setup a repeater with a single band router, you will be dropping your through put by half.
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you can use powerline adapters, these plug into the wall in an electric socket and give wifi access.
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