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Please I have new real estate (new building) four floors include 18 apartments and still working in the infrastructure, do you think that one wireless modem is enough to provide  DSL  internet service to all the apartments without using Access Points devices and which type should it be.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Ok Sir, which type of Access Point is guaranteed to cover one floor even the deep rooms inside the floor?
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Ok gentlemen, depending on all these information I think I should choose one of two choices after putting the DSL Modem  in the ground floor (Where the DSL line is found and no apartment in this floor) as first step then:

1- I put one main Access Point  in each floor where all of them should be connected to the DSL Modem by  ethernet cable then I put another Access Point in each apartment where each one of these local Access Point should be connected to the main  Access Point in the same floor by wireless method. The goal of this choice to use less cables (just 3 cables to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors) and this mean less cost.
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2- I put Access Point in each apartment where each one of these local Access Point should be connected to the DSL Modem by  ethernet cable and this mean 18 cables (6 cables to each one of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor). This choice seem better for signal level but higher cost.

What you think gentlemen?
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Tony Giangreco

Sounds like a good decision. You might want to check for dead spots to warrant off complaints.
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