Indeed, router placement is the biggest factor and ideally it should be placed in the center and best case is when there is a straight line of sight with no obstructions. The more the number of walls and the thicker the walls, the worse the signal becomes.malcontent wrote: ↑Tue, 01 Jun 2021 12:35 amWe have a 3br apartment which is even larger than that, and we only have one router, a cheap TP Link for $99 and it covers our whole home fairly well, we only start to lose signal strength at the extreme back corners of our unit.
I place our router up high near the ceiling in the living room, but in the middle, perfectly lined up to the hallway leading to the bedrooms. I suspect that placement makes the difference, but haven’t tried other positions.
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