one router but how many wifi extenders

  NicolaJeffery-Sykes 14:47 06 Mar 15

I live in a 16 century farmhouse with 2 feet thick walls, I have ensured that the router is the latest version, but with one range extender only get limited coverage. I would like to purchase 2 more for different rooms, but I am unsure whether a router can take more wifi range extenders, can anyone help me please

  Jollyjohn 15:43 06 Mar 15

Can I suggest the use of HomePlugs - these use the existing mains wiring in the house to improve coverage. The latest devices have wifi built in. So you plug one Homeplug into the mains next to your router, connect it to router with ethernet cable, and then plug 2nd Homeplug in elsewhere in the house and the wifi signal is rebroadcast from the Homeplug.

Keep the receipts and open package carefully just in case they do not work in your property but I expect they will.

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