I am pretty tech-savvy but my experience with networks is limited to setting up modems/routers and connecting devices to them.
I have one room in my house that does not receive the WIFI signal from my router. This has never been a problem until recently, now I need a wireless signal in there.
I've a read a fair amount on how to do this and am a little lost, and was hoping someone could guide me to the easiest/cheapest/most effective way of doing the following:
1) Getting a wireless signal in that room
2) Only having one network, as in, if you were to recommend setting up an access point or another router as an access point (think I'm correct here?), then any devices connected wirelessly only have the one (the existing) SSID to search for. It wouldn't be ideal for me if I was downstairs and my laptop connected to one signal and then upstairs it tried to connect to the other. In the interests of stability and consistency, ultimately I want the same signal around the house but just extended so that it reaches the room without the signal.
I hope this makes sense, like I said networking is a little bit over my head, and I hope you can help.
Appreciate any responses, many thanks