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  # 1008131 18-Mar-2014 14:53
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See my signature for a guide to extending your wireless network.

It explains the pros/cons of ethernet cable, bigger antennas (which the dlink 604 should allow you to swap) and powerline homeplug adaptors

Either way you probably need a second router or access point in the house as a secondary base station.




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Call me ignorant, but until today I had never heard of such a thing as a "straw bale house"

Just googled it. Pretty cool. I suppose you can't keep any cattle in your yard? Wake up and half your house is gone :-p

 
 
 
 


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Klipspringer: Call me ignorant, but until today I had never heard of such a thing as a "straw bale house"

Just googled it. Pretty cool. I suppose you can't keep any cattle in your yard? Wake up and half your house is gone :-p

LOL.

The plaster and wire netting might slow them down, though!

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