8. Extending Your Network in a Larger Home or Office

As you’ve seen, setting up a wireless home network is relatively easy—unless, that is, you have a particularly large house or office. If you’re trying to connect a device on one end of your house to a router located at the opposite end (and perhaps on a different floor), you may find that your devices are too far away to consistently connect. That is, it’s possible for your home to be too big for your network.

For example, I have my wireless router in my home office at one end of the main floor ...

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