Msg#: 4516610 posted 6:49 am on Nov 10, 2012 (gmt 0)
Why can't you feed the Internet connection to the WiFi router then broadcast the signal through your home/office? For example, a cable or satellite connection goes to the cable modem/satellite modem and then you connect the cable modem/satellite modem to a WiFi router, which can then connect computers to the Internet via an Ethernet or WiFi connection. If the signal can't reach certain areas because of distance or physical barriers then you can employ repeaters, as has been suggested.
Msg#: 4516610 posted 6:52 pm on Nov 10, 2012 (gmt 0)
The modem and wifi router are located in a different building, I've got a repeater already in between. The desktop pc is able to pick up a strong signal which I'd like to recycle to the building it's in.
Can the pc redistribute the Internet to another wifi router? Or can I use a 2nd repeater?
Wi if router -> repeater 1 -> repeater 2 -> iPad ?