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Suggestions for extending wireless network

Suggestions for extending wireless network

Suggestions for extending wireless network

Have a new client with a very large house. Currently they have a wireless Dlink-655 N router. This router only gives enough coverage for a third of the home. I am looking into getting two of the HAWKING TECHNOLOGIES HWREN1 Hi-Gain USB Wireless-300 Range Extender, using the USB for setting up then leaving them attached to a wall. Does anyone know if they can be daisy chained? or suggestions for other solutions. Thanks

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RE: Suggestions for extending wireless network

I know it's possible to have multiple extenders, each with different IP Addresses, but that's not daisy chaining.

What do Hawking Technologies say?

Is re-locating the wireless router to a central point an option?  

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