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Hi, I'd like to know if this would work?

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For most folk, no.

The reason is they often try to use the WAN/ISP port on the downstream routers. If you use "routers as a WAP" (see google) then it usually works.

At 150 feet WiFi is iffy. No company I know will tell you it will work all the time.

So my answer is "it might work."

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