On Tue, 19 Oct 2010, Kieran Murphy wrote:
> You'll either need an AP that can repeat a wireless signal, or
> you'll need to run an Ethernet cable to another AP at the other end
> of the house.
Another option is to buy IPoverPower type devices (HomePlug or UPC)
and plug another, independent AP into that, obv.
(FWIW, most APs likely support WiFi bridging / WDS at a low-level -
there's only a few families of AP chipsets after all - but often the
AP software vendor decided not to provide a way to configure it).
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