A friend has three holiday apartments (2 upstairs, one down) at the beach near Kaitaia. Currently only ADSL is available. ISP currently Spark.
There is a modem/router in one of the upstairs apartments and that is the only WiFi signal that is currently being generated for use by all three apartments. Fine if you're in that apartment, but in the other two, the signal is unreliable - in the main, I suspect, because the apartments are clad with corrugated iron (not the most transmissible material for a WiFi signal).
The upstairs apartments have high ceilings - the downstairs apartment is 'normal' height.
Additionally, wanna-be semi-tech-savvy renters in the apartment with the modem/router, often turn off the modem/router or try to access/change the WiFi password, stuffing internet connectivity up for everyone else. I guess this is easily fixed with a wall-mounted locked box for the modem/router...
We are looking for a solution that will provide a solid, reliable signal in each of the apartments.
I was originally thinking along the lines of hard-wired WiFi access points for each apartment, but have been doing a bit of reading and a mesh WiFi may suit.
Can anyone suggest solutions please?
And once we have a satisfactory solution, I would be happy to entertain registrations of interest for installation (if the solution requires much more than just plugging stuff in)...