I have a neighbor who is willing to share his internet (and the bill) with me. He's provided me with his SSID and password, but wireless reception is spotty on my side of the wall.
I have two routers and am thinking of having router A out on the patio ceiling (where the neighbors wireless signal is best) to receive the signal and supply it to Router B via cat5 where it would be re-broadcast under my own SSID, and solving my problem.
Is this possible?
Are there better options?
Do I need to adjust anything on the neighbors router?
Would my DHCP interfere with his?
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