Wifi signal in far end of upstairs bedroom falls off to about 8MBS on my
speedtest. I got it up to this by moving the modem/router a tad and re-aiming
the antennae. (My Vera controller seemed to make it worse/nonexistent when I
set it up--this is reported) The wifi is at full bandwidth at an outlet in the
upstairs hallway about midway to the router. (The perfect spot!)
I was thinking of adding one of these doohickeys but this requires one to sign
into a different network as does not support mesh. Might be OK as long as don't
have to choose it by default each time.
A fancier mesh extender might be more elegant but worry about unforeseen
interference with devices I already have hooked up or other unknown unknowns as
have no experience with this.
Perhaps something like this:
One reviewer of the TP-link N300 bought that as he did not like the non mesh
system. Most seem to like the TP-link OK. Appreciate any input.
Network newb, Mike
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