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Belkin w/range extenter question

I am using the Belkin N1 wireless router.
Is it possible to uses 2 range extenders to get a connection around corners?
Or, is it possible to use 2 Belkin N1 wireless routers for the same purpose. I am trying to get a connection through approx. 6 walls. I get a faint connection, which goes in and out using the Belkin with a range extender (Linkseys).
Do you know of any other setup that may work?
WindowsXP, superpack 2
Thanks for any help that you may give me.

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You can use as many as you want, since they just find a signal and amplify it. using more than one shouldnt cause any problems

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