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Wireless configuration and range

I'm trying to connect a small network with a larger network over a span of about 210ft. I think the device I need on the larger network is called a wireless bridge. What I don't know is what the device is called on the smaller network.. Also will I be able to establish a connection over the 210ft span?
Windows OS on both.
Thanks in advance for your help
b

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At 210 feet

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I've done that with a stock router. However I didn't put the router in the basement. Try putting it up higher.

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At 210ft

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Thanks for the response. But what is the type of device needed on the smaller network to receive the wireless signal and make it available to the PC's.
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A wifi router.

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And if you want to use one to extend yours look at post number 17 in our forum sticky. Sorry but at this distance any router on the shelf I see can go that far.

Bob

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