Question about Paradyne (6211-A2-200) Router
You don't -- the strength of the transmitter inside the unit is what limits the signal-strength out at 300 meters.
Instead, you need a "repeater" -- some people have built their own, using a Linksys router, and then reprogramming it with the free 'DD-WRT' software, and configuring the device as a repeater, rather than as an Access Point.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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