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BehroozDIABLO

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  1. So your suggestion is to get a switch and connect an AP to the switch then i have both wifi and LAN at max reliability?
  2. Hi So i have just moved into new house and i have a router downstairs, but my gaming/computer room is upstairs. I have one ethernet connection upstairs which goes directly to the back of the router, but unfortunately i need around 6 ethernet port and at least 5 WiFi connection upstairs. The WiFi signal is kinda ok but prefer if i could have a stronger connection. Ok so here is the question, should i get a network switch and deal with my ethernet port need that way and leave wifi as it is or should I get another router and use it as repeater and use all my devices wireless which would be less ideal or is there another better option? Please help ?
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