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Routers I would like to know if I can connect one router to another and increase my signal and connection to time PC's on my network?I'm currently using an WBR-1310 Wireless G Router.Please advise, Thank You,Grandfrend

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  • grandfrend Dec 05, 2007

    Thank you DGolfer. Yes that answered my question and solved the promblem. In fact you answered the question I was going to ask.

    Thank's again, you are the Master!

    Grandfrend

  • grandfrend Dec 05, 2007

    DGolfer, is there a Extender that you would recommend for me?

    Please advise,

    Grandfrend

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You cannot increase your bandwidth, if that is your question.. but you can increase the signal strength and/or your radius of access (distance from the Access Point) by adding what we call 'Extenders'.

Bandwidth is determined by the type of Wireless Specs you are running.. G is the fastest 'certified' bandwidth at this time. although the new "N' will be available soon.. (it is in stores now, but not considered a 'standard' yet... The release date is not due until 2009..

Here is a good guide to the various speeds:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_802.11

Posted on Dec 04, 2007

  • William Pecht
    William Pecht Dec 05, 2007

    You are welcome, grandfrend, and a Merry Xmas to you and yours....

  • William Pecht
    William Pecht Dec 05, 2007

    Although I do not use Dlink, I would suggest you stay with that brand if want good compatibility..



    DWL-G710 Wireless Range Extender



    http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=357



    Good Luck!

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