WiFi Through Thick Stone Walls

  ClareGardiner 19:05 PM 04 Jan 13
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We have BT broadband with a router in the larder at the back of the house where the telephone cable comes in. Our new laptop gets wifi in the house without any problem, but we have a shop only a few feet from the room where the laptop works, but there is a thick stone gable end with and inglenook between the two. The windows in the larder and the extension face in the same direction. Does anyone know how we can get the wifi to work in the shop?

  lotvic 20:38 PM 04 Jan 13

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