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>> Hello, I need to install WIFI to work along with my LAN.
>> The LAN bases on a huge switch with one WAN RJ-45 cable and many LAN
>> cables from all around the office.
>> The swich is in the corner of the office so I would like to attach
>> WIFI somewhere else, so the range would be good enough in the other
>> end of the office as well.
>> Is the usual WIFI with 4 LAN ports and 1 WAN port a good device for
>> it? Like i.e. D-Link DI-524? And how do I install it? I imagine I
>> must connect the WAN port in WIFI router to any LAN port in my office
>> somewhere on the wall. Is that correct? If not how should I do this?
>> And also which company do you suggest for the best range and smallest
>> amount of problems? Is the WIFI n - standard RangeBooster sth worth
>> Thanks in advance!
Any from this page is up to the job.
Easy to do plug in to switch with RJ-45 cable plonk it in the office some
where- then follow set-up info that comes with the one you buy.
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