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Wireless Network Question

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#1 Albert Frankenstein

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 04:10 PM


I have a friend who is a farmer, and he currently has Wireless N set up in his home. If you walk about his property you can receive a signal just about everywhere, except inside of a 'field' office he uses, which is really just a coverted 40' container, made of metal. No signal can be received inside this office, but can get it just outdoors. With winter coming on he would like to be able to go into this office and access the internet. How can he get a signal inside this metal building? Do you know of any sort of antenna that could be installed outside this structure, and then a wire could go into the structure? I have no experience with this sort of set up. Thanks for any advice you can give.

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