Question about 2wire Computers & Internet
I have a At&t router w/ service. I purchasea a computer with built in wireless card. I am not getting good strength. Do they have adapeters to strengthen in home strength?
There are signal boosters and repeaters available, but generally run in the $250 range for decent ones. What you can do is get a wireless access point installed. It requires an ethernet cable to the router to connect it, but you can put that in the house close to where you are and feed off of it.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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