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Router Tp Link wr841n as a wi-fi signal amplifier

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  • Level 11  
    Hello Gentlemen, I would like to know if the router tp link wr841n would be suitable as a wi-fi network amplifier. The connection I have now has is the antenna airgrid 5gh from the local supplier later it goes to the router tp link wr340 and he sends almost all over the house. Is it possible for it to receive the signal wirelessly from wr340 and send it later. I will add in Media E professional said that the router with the router can not connect and send out the syagle
  • Level 11  
    So you can go ahead and buy a router 100% will work?
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    Moderator - Networks, Internet
    A weak idea for me. You will complain about the WDS action. I do not recommend.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    No, the WR-841 does not have such a mode on the official FW. To make it work you have to change it to Gargoyle and configure it on it https://forumsieciowe.pl/index.php?/topic/41-...dge-i-przeka%C5%BAnikrepeater-na-gargoyle-pl/ To first, secondly, WR-841 is available in many versions and Gargoyle 1.6 is for v3, v5, v7 and v8. The condition for activation is the signal from WR-340 in the place of setting WR-841 at the level of -70dBm. It's a bad mode and cuts the speed by half. think about replacing the WR-340 with something newer.
  • Level 11  
    You can offer a set for such a connection. I've already thought about replacing 340 because I like to prune. I still have a Fritz box 3370 or 90 that it's cool to keep.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    I wrote what conditions must be met by the signal from the main router in the place where the repeater was set up, did you measure the signal level from WR-340 (Frirza)? What is the radio link, the repeater will cut the speed by half.
  • Level 11  
    I did not measure because I have not mocked any equipment yet and it is from a local supplier
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    Buy better Asus RT-N12 +. Much simpler because the official FW has a repeater mode.
  • Level 11  
    And this asus in place of whether to get the signal from wr 340 and send it out. And something similar with tp link is not there?
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    I meant that Asus would be an amplifier but that it is not too expensive, you can also buy the second one to replace the WR-340. Then you configure one as a repeater and connect the other as WR-340. How fast do you have this internet? Because maybe a better router would be better to buy.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    Łeee, then take Asus calmly, all you need is the WiFi and cable, and it's cheap.
  • Network and Internet Specialist
    hektor2040 wrote:
    I did not measure because I have not mocked any equipment yet and it is from a local supplier

    It is first to buy the first router, install it, measure the level of the wifi signal in the place where the repeater should be and put the result here - we'll see if it makes sense to wade ...