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  Reply # 1685712 10-Dec-2016 14:23
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Just so long as the thing doesn't have any deleterious effect on my existing house network. No-one's said anything about that. ??

 

 

The only effect on your house network (LAN) will be data usage, just like any other Ethernet or wireless connection.





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  Reply # 1685859 10-Dec-2016 19:12
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rhy7s: Not a fan of extenders/repeaters, if using WiFi much better to have two radios, an external bridge and an AP hung off that.

 

 

Speaking of WiFi bridges, I'm using an Edimax BR-6428NS V4 for this, it does a great job and runs off 5V USB power, so you can power it from a UBEC. I use it to provide electrical isolation between my outdoors devices and the internal network.

 


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