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Is a dongle to router to router possible?
Can anyone help?
Im currently connecting to the internet via a linksys usb dongle on my laptop to a d-link 624 router quite far away, and get an poor to okay reception, but it could be better. I have managed to get my hands on another d-link dir-615 router. Is it possible to put program the router and put it in the middle of the original router and dongle to boost the signal? If so how would I go about doing this?
Many thanks, im a bit of a newbie at this stuff.
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