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So my router is close to the front of the house, but I want WiFi in the backyard
What are my options?
 
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So my router is close to the front of the house, but I want WiFi in the backyard
What are my options?

I would try a Linksys wi-fi extender, just because. You may try upgrading your wi-fi router to 5G or something. It would be best to have a friend/family member who is experienced in networking to come look at the situation, they would probably give a more tailored answer for your situation.
 
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nah, cat 5e or 6. cat 5, depending on the length may not work as well.

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what the heck does that mean?

We have it in our house. It's very easy to setup. 1 base station and 2 beacons provides full coverage in 3400 sq ft house and all around the outside.

 

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