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Hi,

We have two offices that have two floors, ground and first floor.

The offices of typical construction, brick and wood floors. Nothing serious like metal beams of concrete everywhere.

At the moment I have one wireless access point at each location on the ground floor.

I would like to improve the wireless strength on the first floor.

How can I do this so that I can effectively roam around the building using the same SSID?
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Check this out should tell you everything you need

http://superuser.com/questions/122441/multiple-access-points-for-the-same-ssid
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Fantastic
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