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 How to extend a wireless router mains lead without a traditional thick extension cord?

Answer I'm assuming you have DSL - that's the only reason you should be using RJ11 and telephone wire. A long extension shouldn't cause speed drops. You're probably already thousands of feet from the ce... Read More »
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