I will look into the router in repeater mode option - we have 3 or 4
spare routers kicking around here so I am sure one will do the job.
On Tue, 2010-10-19 at 11:46 +0200, Andres Jimenez wrote:
> I would be surprised if Eircom allows you (providing you with
> additional public IPs) to do it.
>> You should put another router or a wireless access point in repeater
> mode somewhere in between.
>> 2010/10/19 kevin <lists at cybercolloids.net>:
> > Not really Linux related but someone out there probably has a simple
> > yes/no answer.
> > My Eircom wireless router doesn't extend wireless coverage to the whole
> > house (its a silly, long thin house). Phone points are at either end, so
> > I either have wireless coverage at one end or the other. I have a spare
> > router - can I plug two routers into separate phone points on the same
> > Eircom line?
> > Thanks
> > Kevin.
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