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routers have about 200m range. However, the actual range in real-time
environment is much less. I think that your network would work fine. Also, based on my on-site experience, I suggest that
you may relocate the router to another location depending upon your network
environment. It has always helped me a great deal. Placing the router avoiding obstacles such as concrete pillars, walls, steel
cabinets etc in the signal path have remarkable effect on range and
overall performance of the network.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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