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User avatar #31905 - jokeface (10/16/2012) [-]
I live in an apartment and I get free wi-fi, which the landlord provides for the whole building. But my signal is painfully weak from my apartment. Is there an inexpensive way to amplify the signal I receive from the main router?
User avatar #31909 to #31905 - nephtus (10/16/2012) [-]
is there any other wifi with a good signal strength coded in WEP? you could hack it, its way easier and free with the appropiate advice
hacking WPA-PSK networks would be whole lot of trouble though
User avatar #31910 to #31909 - jokeface (10/16/2012) [-]
No, there's only one network with decent signal and it's WPA2-PSK.
User avatar #31913 to #31910 - nephtus (10/16/2012) [-]
hmm, then that won't get your problem solved...

try this: http://www.microsoft.com/athome/setup/wirelesstips.aspx#fbid=RZ5RlwX2zKB
id pay special atention to 4 and specially 5, given that the other options revolve around the router location, and it looks like you can't change that

in case you receive many signals, aside from the one you want, you may also try changing your router's channel (if you can enter it with the default username-password kim jong-kim jong at address but you should first get a program which can detect the different wifi's channels (such a ekahau heatmaper's free version)
User avatar #31916 to #31913 - jokeface (10/16/2012) [-]
Hmmm...I think I'll most likely end up going with number 5. My landlord mentioned something similar to it the last time I was having signal trouble.
User avatar #31917 to #31916 - jokeface (10/16/2012) [-]
Thanks :)
User avatar #31914 to #31913 - nephtus (10/16/2012) [-]
by kim jong-kim jong i meant a.d.m.i.n-a.d.m.i.n (no dots)
silly filters...
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