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If you had the option of running a cable, you could easily put another wireless router/AP on the end where the computer is (connect together with the integrated switch, connect routers by LAN ports). Once you change your SSID and credentials to the same, as well as disabling DHCP on the secondary router, you'll have an additional blanket of coverage upstairs. This will perform to a higher degree than using wireless repeaters.
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If you had the option of running a cable, you could easily put another wireless router/AP on the end where the computer is (connect together with the integrated switch, connect routers by LAN ports). Once you change your SSID and credentials to the same, as well as disabling DHCP on the secondary router, you'll have an additional blanket of coverage upstairs. This will perform to a higher degree than using wireless repeaters.
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