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Wireless Router with good range

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago

I have just signed up to tiscali and the free wireless router they gave me has an appalling signal range. I only have 1 BT Socket which is at the far end of the house so I need a wireless router with a really good range - at least 12 metres, does anyone have any ideas?

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago

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What about the one that has just been posted on here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/137404/buffalo-airstation-whr-g54s-dsl-wir/

Omni-Directional 7dBi Antenna with Reverse SMA Connection

Boosts the range of an existing Wireless Device that has a removable SMA Antenna. Compatible with 802.11b (11Mbps) and 802.11g (54/108/125). Reverse SMA is the most common standard for removable antennas for wireless routers and pci cards. Found on most D-link, Netgear, Belkin, Linksys and many other makes. If the antenna can be removed on your wifi device, you can replace it with this antenna to get an improved signal.

A email to the company will confirm its suitability with your equipment

they trade on ebay just use "Omni-Directional 7dBi Antenna" as your search

What about the one that has just been posted on here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/137404/buffalo-airstation-whr-g54s-dsl-wir/

This is for cable use and not ADSL.:whistling:
any 3com, i used the office connect, my brother 4 doors away shared my connection !!!
and there backup service is brill, quality gear
I had a 3com previously but it was a nightmare to setup with aol and then died. The tiscali wireless router I have now is completely useless so although i need something new, i'm not sure 3com is the way forward for me given my past experience.

Does anyone know which wireless router has the best range (within a reasonable price of course)?

Networking over power circuits seems to be taking off now.

You cant go far wrong with a LinkSys
You cant go far wrong with a LinkSys

Nor indeed Belkin or DLink.

Ive just installed this one and it works great. My office is on the middle floor of a 5 level house and I can get great access from basement to the top bedroom.

Be good, Dio :thumbsup:
I and 4 friends/family use Netgear DG834G .
Review on 'Thinkbroadband' is good for range .
We have had no probs and it's been around for a while.
Thanks very much,

Gonna go for one of the last two, appreciate the help!

I have an "introduce a friend" option for this....


and this....


from their shop for about eight quid for both including P&P.

Its not a router as such - it would need to be connected with a network cable to your router (supplied) - or you could just use the antenna directly with your router.

Its an RP-SMA connectorm and mine has given me a signal to a room two away on a higher floor with a packed solid store room between.

The actual FON idea is quite good too of you signed up it gives you free wifi access while away from home - there is a map on the site to find locations.

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