Wi-FI wireless network booster

  wobbler 20:41 02 Oct 05
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Anyone know of a way to enhance the coverage of a belkin 802.11g wireless network, or even put a relay station in? My house is old has thick alls and aluminium clad loft insulation so coverage is limited to about 20ft.

  VoG II 20:56 02 Oct 05

Something like click here ? (the first return from a search on Google).

  skidd 22:47 02 Oct 05

Other than adding access points you are pretty limited. Wifi is crap except in ideal situations. Have a look at the network mains adapters you can buy. Currently they only operate at 14mb but that's OK for home use. They are working on faster rates but that's a little in the future.

  mco 23:09 02 Oct 05

Have to agree with skidd - mine's an Old Victorian house on three floors - wifi's only any good in a few rooms - you might get a better signal if you reposition your base station but other than that, if anyone does have a good idea, I'd like to hear it too!

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