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2 wireless routers same wireless signal?


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rcramm

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I have a friend who has a wireless router and can access it from around his house without a problem but he wants access to the wireless network out in his shed but it doesn't reach that far. He has another wireless router that I could easily connect and get wireless to work but he wants it to be the same network to make it so he doesn't have to change networks when he goes from the house to the shed. How would I setting that up and what is the the name of that so I could explain to him what I'd be doing. If you need more information I might try to help him out on Sunday so I could get more information then.
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Get a repeater.

quick edit: link to linksys repeater from google shopping

Edited by diabillic, 26 June 2009 - 04:12 PM.

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thanks, I'll see what they think of that.
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