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Topic # 112738 18-Dec-2012 19:50 Send private message

Hi all,
i am using belkin router as a input to internet. Since the wifi coverage of this router is not enough, i want to extend my coverage without the use of cable. Could somebody guide me through this.

I am thinking of using this device http://www.ubnt.com/unifi#UnifiHardware
but i am not sure if this works or not.

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  Reply # 734538 18-Dec-2012 20:15 Send private message

Extending wireless coverage without a cable isn't a great solution - a cabled access point is always the best option.

A UniFi isn't going to be of any use for you, unless you're planning on getting one for an AP to plug into your existing router and a second to be a non wired AP using wireless uplink.


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