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Wireless Networking My neighbor and I are going to set-up a wireless network and spit the cost. They ordered an AT&T DSL Wireless Router. We are trying to extend the range to about 500 feet and receive the signal in our house. What is the best approach to extend the range of the signal to 500 feet? Also, what products do you suggest to accomplish this task? Thanks

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Nope..max on those self powered routers, even through wire, is around 120 ft...requirement of FCC in US for range...you'll need to use a wired approach, with an amplified repeater along the way...500 feet is just too far away

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