First post :)
I have become in charge of setting up the wifi in our home, we are 7 guys living in a 300 square-meter apartment.
So two things make this a difficult job for me, first, we have lot of devices connected(right now 15 devices, with 5 people home and no guests).
Second, there is a lot of space which has to be covered in good signal.
Our current setup is: NetgearCG3000(acting as modem) -> NetgearWNDRMACv2(acting as DHCP) -> AirportExtreme(acting as AP) -> AirportExpress(acting as AP).
Now the problem is, pretty usual I guess, dropouts and other small issues(like AirPlay functions dropping or dissapering on Idevices) that force us to restart the DHCP router.
Now my thoughts are that these are some pretty potent routers, and that I should somehow be able to make a competent working wireless system. I have tried to accomplish this for a long time, but it hasn't been possible, for me at least.
So I come here with hope that some of you guys might have some suggestions that could resolve our first world problems, :)
And I apologize for my bad grammar.