I have a Huawei LTE CPE B315. with sim card (so I don’t have option for Ethernet). I bought a TP link 300 Mbps so I can extend coverage and use in my garage 15 meters from house, signal was weak (even when plugged in closest socket to garage. I then exchanged it for a TP link AC1200 wifi but not much improvement. What are my best options? Should I just buy 2 or 3 TP link 300’s or??
I didn’t find the right solution from the Internet.
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I actually went with a AC3200 version - just more of everything and no issues inclucing being across the street
I have two Ubiquiti Networks Access Points that provide me plenty of coverage on my entire 13 acres that I rome and further into the woods that I hunt, with plenty of large trees in the area and 6 buildings. Whether I’m in the house, basement, barn or my block wall workshop that is well over 100 yards from my main router, I have plenty of signal strength and coverage. I’ve installed them 4 years ago outdoors and never have I had a problem with them.
Latest version of them:
I’ll add, I run everything on them. Smart TVs, multiple PCs, stream movies & stereo music and voice. Our cell phones calls come and go through my WiFi network. At least a dozen different smart WiFi connected systems at any given time simultaneously.
I’m a Network Engineer by trade, BTW…
I live in the rural parts of the country. Like I said, I used just two Ubiquiti WiFi Access Points to amplify our LAN that you can clearly see below.
No matter where I am on my property, I have complete coverage.
Hope this helps you out.
I’m jealous of that property. Looks beautiful. Where is it if you don’t mind my asking?
What’s those things run? Got any model numbers I could look up?
Yeah, the very previous post has the link of the latest model with price included.
You must have over looked it
All I see is a poster (OP) with two posts, both spam
kinda like road kill at this point
Shit. I was scrolling up on my phone and saw that post and stopped. Haha. I even spent time on amazon looking for it. Sorry about that.