I recently installed a new water heater which has affected the wireless signals coming from my router, and I'm no longer able to receive wireless signals in two different rooms like before. I have been searching for ways on how to improve the wireless signal and I think I have an idea, but I'm not sure if it's possible.
Both rooms have ethernet faceplate/walljacks which directly receive internet from two ports on my router, making each of them a wired connection. Because I'm having trouble getting a wireless signal in both rooms, I want to know if there is a 'device' out there that would let me connect an ethernet cable to the wall and 'it', then let me stream data wirelessly from 'it' as if 'it' were a router?
I was looking at these things called 'homeplugs', and while they seem to have the right concept in mind, I don't think they are exactly what I'm looking for. All I need is something that will receive a wired ethernet cable, then let me stream internet from it while plugged into a power source at the same time. Is there such a thing out there?