I have a school which I consult for and we are running into issues in regards to the Wifi in the building. It is an old school with thick brick walls between each classroom. We currently have Aruba Wireless Hotspots located on the floors, but the signal is weak. Any suggestions on how to best resolve the wifi signal, or which router/hotspots might work better. Thanks
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