Can a wireless router be used as a repeater station, and if so - how?

Answer no dont think so you want a thing called homeplugs 85Mbps HomePlug adapters.Utilise your existing electrical cabling to create your own wired network. These Powerline Ethernet Adapters are fully c... Read More »

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