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wireless access point to wireless access point?

wireless access point to wireless access point?

wireless access point to wireless access point?

(OP)
hello
i have a linksys wireless g router at home. The signal is very weak in distant parts of the house. Is there some way to extend the range without using wires. (i'd rather not have to tear up walls or run cables.)
What i'd like is to have some type of additional wireless router or access point placed about 100 feet away so the signal can be repeated to a wireless equipped computer about 150 feet away.

thanks for any help
cathi rimalower
ISI Translations
rimalower@isitrans.com

RE: wireless access point to wireless access point?

contact linksys i remember seeing something about this when i installed 1 for a client.

Aaron Taylor
John Mutch Electronics
www.jme.com.au

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