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802.11n router supporting 802.11n as WAN connection?

I have an existing 802.11n WLAN router with an Ethernet connection as its upstream WAN connection (router A). I would like to get another 802.11n WLAN router (router B) and have it use router A as ...
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Slow 802.11n on custom-built router

I have custom-built router, based on Intel D510MO motherboard with Slackware 13.37 on it. I'm using hostapd-2.0 and iptables to make it act as a router. Client is a laptop with Windows 7 on it. Both ...
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How to get decent WiFi despite a virtual Faraday cage

One of my clients is the local branch of an international airline. They have a small office in the secured area behind the ticket counters, and timeshare space at the ticket counter. I need to add a ...
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Realistic benchmarks of 802.11n / WiFi N performance?

I need to be able to connect a computer to our network with realistic speeds to the rest of the network of 30+ Mbps (as measured by something like iperf). Running a wire is not an option here, and the ...
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How can I offer 2.4 ghz wi-fi in a building with strong interference?

I have a few access points on one floor of a high-rise building. They support both 2.4 ghz and 5ghz. When I used 2.4 ghz, the channel management features did not seem to work and we experienced ...
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HP/3com 9552 802.11n AP won't let some clients connect

I splurged and bought an HP/3com 9552 802.11a/b/g/n access point. Like most enterprise-grade access points, it has very fine-grained configuration options. I'm pretty sure I've configured it ...
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Small office 802.11n router / access point that doesn't suck [closed]

I'm looking for a wireless n access point for a small office, about 9 people. I've been looking around, and it seems all the n series access points or routers are just terrible. Originally I was ...
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Can anyone point me at an 802.11n range extender?

The closest google's getting me is this question here, but the answer (presumably "none, run a wire") is behind a paywall.