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I have a NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router and live in a 800 square foot apartment and have trouble with speed in the apartment. Sounds crazy, but doors open, two drywall walls should not have this type of issue. Any tricks on enhancing reach and speed?

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Hi, one thing you could try is raise it. if you dont have concrete ceiling you shold see a consistent improvement in signal strenght.

PS: open doors (if they are not steel ones) shold not interfere with signal, but drywalls has an internal metal frame that affects a lot wireless signals.

I hope i could help.

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