Question about AT&T High Speed DSL Modem
Yuu could run a ethernet cable through the house to a point close enough to that side of the house and drop in an AP (Access point) and let the AP handle the connection. least then you would have a stronger wireless connection in the general area. if the signal got too weak away from the 2wire all you would have to do is switch to the AP in the general area and then go from there. The AP would use the ethernet cable connection to the 2wire.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
I think 2wire routers are good in providing signal strength. Contact the 2wire vendor regarding your requirements.
Posted on May 09, 2008
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