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Novatel T1114 wifi range extender
PETBEL80
Member

I am in a rural area and have the LTE home setup. I just swapped out my old "cantenna" and wifi router for a Novatel T1114. Problem is the old system had a wifi range of about 200 feet which allowed me to use my wifi devices anywhere near the house, the new T1114 seems to limit out at about 50 feet. Is there a way to extend the range, I really need that 200 foot radius. Thanks for any help.

Pete

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Re: Novatel T1114 wifi range extender
7e18n1
Sr. Member

If you were happy with Wi-Fi using the old router then it seems to me the solution would be to use a better Wi-Fi access point. You connect an access point to the T1114 via Ethernet cable and then turn off Wi-Fi in the T1114 and use the new access point for Wi-Fi. 

https://www.newegg.com/Wireless-AP/SubCategory/ID-335?Tpk=access%20point&Order=RATING

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833168158

http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/basics/wireless-basics/31516-why-high-power-routers-dont-improve-rang...