connecting to wireless next door

Discussion in 'Wireless' started by ronney, Jun 26, 2012.

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    ronney

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    I have permission to connect to my neighbors wireless DSL. My existing DSL setup is a NetGear DGND3300-100NAS that provides wireless to my house. Also hardwired to the NetGear wireless router is a PC,TV and Satellite receiver. I want to to do away with my dsl and use the signal next door. What do I need to get that wireless signal to my devices?
     
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    You should also pay attention to the kinds of materials the router is near. For example, placing the router on a metal desk or up against a metal wall will cause problems. Signals can travel through a wood desk easily, but metal will obstruct the signals.
     
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