I am in a residential with a central Wireless internet, but the signal is weak in our unit. I plan to buy a
booster "Range Extender", but I wonder if a
router can also do this? Booster can replace a device WiFi driver, can cannot directly provide the internet for other devices in home.
It also happens to be somewhere with one Ethernet cable, and a router is quite useful to provide the internet for more devices (laptops, phones).
I am looking for a device with both cable and wireless input to provide the internet around the home when the receiving internet is weak and limited (with cable or wireless).
Do routers have this capability to rout the internet from wireless input? or their wireless is only for output. Or I should buy a Range Extender for wireless input, and a router for cable input?