Choosing a router

I have Hughesnet service and a cheap little Belkin router that does fine inside my house. The thing is, I want to use my internet when I am at my parents house next door - about 200 yrds away. We live in the country with no serious obstructions. I can get a signal now, but not strong enough to stay connected. What do I need to buy for a longer reach. (note - I am not trying to steal internet, just want to use my own farther away. Thanks in advance!

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200 Yards is beyond the range of consumer routers.

So that's not going to work. No maker would tell you theirs would work at that range.

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Any Other Options?

Thank you so much R, Proffitt. Is there there any other way to accomplish a long distance connect? Hopefully less than an arm and a leg cost?

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There are long distance links

But you can find them on Google such as "1 mile WiFi." 200 Yards is so far that you need a 1 mile link.

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