Wireless G/Wireless N/and ATA/wired ethernet
Is there a way to attenuate a Neighbor's wireless signal strength so that I can get between strength in my own home?
Which leads me to a possible solution by having a wired gigabit router (not 10/100, but 10/100/1000) at the house entry point (and where all my cable are located). And providing a wireless ap somewhere near the center of the home on the second floor. However, I cannot seem to find a wired gigabit router for sale? How come vendors no longer make them? As more and more homes deploy these wireless routers there is more and more interference so it seems like having a wired router is a good solution.
I know I can (in some cases) turn off the wireless portion of the router. But I think I might be asking for problems, especially since the I want the wired router to be the DHCP server for the home network.
Any smart thoughts out there?
Just to clarify to everyone. My Neighbors are on channels 1 and 11. I'm on channel 8. I can have no problem connecting to my router. Just that the signal strength is lower than my neighbors. My problem is two fold (1) performance specifically---- throughput and (2) I have a wired home that I would like to use more effectively.
Outside that, I'm completely astonished that vendors do not sell wired only routers to the general public. Seems like a waste.