I have a client with Wifi in their small office. They have a ticket kiosk that is located about 250 feet away from the office and the Wifi signal needs to reach that kiosk. The problem is that there are many other offices (and therefore walls and obstructions) in between those 2 points. So the Wifi signal is not reaching the kiosk.
What would be the best way to significantly boost the original signal or increase the capacity of the receiving host computer in the kiosk to pick up that signal, or ideally both?
Keep in mind that the other offices are occupied by different companies so we don't have physical access to them. So setting up some kind of wireless repeater is not an option.
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